Minolta Hi-Matic AF2


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It was sometime in the 1970's when compact autofocus cameras started to appear on the market.  In 1981, Minolta introduced the Hi-Matic AF2.

While it's not truly a "rangefinder" (because it has AF), the Hi-Matic AF2 handles very much like its rangefinder predecessors. 

Some Specs:

Aperture Range:  f/2.8 through f/17
Bulb mode?:  No
Close-Focusing Distance:  1 m (3.3 feet)
ISO / ASA Range:  25 to 1000
Film Type:  35mm
Flash:  Pop-up type
Focusing:  Automatic
Lens:  Minolta 38mm f/2.8
Light Meter:  CdS
Made In:  Japan
Shutter Speeds:  1/8 through 1/430th sec.
Viewfinder:  Bright-line with parallax correction marks
Years Manufactured:  1981-1984

This camera comes with the original lens cap. It has been tested.  

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