Κυριακή, 17 Ιανουαρίου 2010

minolta hi matic f


n 1972 Minolta released a new version of their Hi-Matic consumer rangefinder cameras, the HI-MATIC F, with the less sophisticated 38mm (f2.7) Rokkor lens. It had the same light and compact camera body as the Hi-Matic E, but it had been cheaper, built with less features. The rangefinder had only parallax marks, no mechanical parallax correction. The CDS meter did control exposure time and aperture. The camera had a flash guide number selector which provided an automatic aperture control depending on the distance for flashlight photography.
  • Lens: 1:2,7/38mm (4 lenses)
  • Films: 35mm films of 25 ASA upto 500 ASA film speed
  • Exposure: CdS-meter coupled with shutter, meter window within the filter connection ring
  • Shutter speed: 4 - 1/724 sec. ( 1/20 sec. with flash )
  • Viewfinder: simple rangefinder
  • weight: 360 g without the RM-640 battery
  • dimensions 113 x 73 x 54 mm

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