Minolta SR-T 201
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The Minolta SR-T 201 (labelled in USA and Canada, Minolta SR 101 in Japan, Minolta SR-T 101b in Europe and elsewhere) was one of the SLR bodies of Minolta's popular SR-T series. It was an improved version of the SR-T 101. Its new features were the hot shoe for the flash and the film memo holder on the back. Everything else stayed the same. A later version of the SR-T 201 got a non-locking depth of field button instead of a locking one, and flash modes reduced to X synchronization. Another later version of the SR-T 201 got a better focusing screen with additional split-view-rangefinder. The last version lacked the CLC metering system using two internal CdS cells and had only one CdS cell so that it was no more signed with "CLC" on the frontside.
- Minolta SR-T 200, 201, 202 user manual at Butkus.org
- Minolta SR-T series; an overview of features.
- Minolta SRT 201 Review: A Most Faithful Camera, review by Ryan Shockey Davis
- Minolta SR-T 100x / 101b / 303b PDF manual English / French at OrphanCameras.com
|Name variant SR-T 101b from above|
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|Minolta SR 101|
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