Minolta X-370s

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The MINOLTA X-370s was the last lower budget SLR camera bodies built for Minolta's manual focus Rokkor-lenses. It offered automatic exposure in an aperture preferred mode. Manual selection of aperture and shutter speed was also possible. The camera body was made in China, maybe by Seagull, the company which once got certain assets from Minolta for producing Minolta-like SLR camera bodies.