The Konica Hexar, sometimes known as the Hexar AF, is a 35 mm fixed-lens, prime lens autofocus camera which was produced in the 1990s. This is the 120th anniversary (of the camera company) model, known as the "Classic," from 1993. This version has auto bracketing in addition to the other bevy of Hexar features.
Camera SN: 0000495
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This camera merges the rangefinder experience with the convenience of point-and-shoot photography.
The camera's viewfinder is placed in the traditional position for a rangefinder window but is used to preview what the autofocus mechanism will focus on. The body feels like a rangefinder body. The camera can read DX-coding or you can override or input it manually. The camera advances like a point-and-shoot but the top dial and toggle switch give you manual control over your aperture, and the ability to switch between Program, Auto, and Manual. The dial-driven priority mode here is aperture priority.
If you shoot in full program mode and pop in your film relying on the DX-coding, this camera will give you a premium point-and-shoot experience with a beautiful lens. If you shoot in full manual, this camera's lens has been favorably compared to Leica glass without the red dot price tag.
This style of lens cap is a push-on, similar to other rangefinders.
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