Rangefinder cameras


279.00 zł

Minolta AL-F
Years: 1967 - ?
Condition: 8

Minolta AL-F from 1967 is a small and very elegant camera with rangefinder, automatic exposure (time priority) and Rokkor lens 38 mm with brightness of 1: 2.7 (4 lenses in 3 groups, filter diameter: 46 mm).

Shutter speed is set in the range from 1/30 to 1/500 second, and the camera selects the aperture. What is very important, pressing the button halfway (to the first noticeable resistance) causes the exposure to be blocked - as in modern digital cameras.

The AL series were sold in parallel with the more advanced rangefinders of the Hi-Matic series, but although advertised as simpler, they are made just as precisely as Hi-Matics. Minolta AL-F has a very compact and solid construction, almost all external ...

429.00 zł

Minolta F Hi-Matic
Years: 1971 - ?
Condition: 9

In 1972, Minolta produced another model rangefinder from the Hi-Matic series with the designation 'F'.
This is a compact version of the predecessor, with a bright 38mm lens (f2.7) Rokkor. Compared to its predecessor it is much lighter (360g and previously 500g) and much more compact. The viewfinder has parallax markings and the CdS type light meter controls both the aperture value and the shutter speed.

379.00 zł

Minolta Hi-Matic CS
Years: 1972 - ?
Condition: 8

Minolta Hi-Matic CS is a small and compact rangefinder, direct market opponent of the legendary Konica C35. Hi-Matic CS is a very rare, sold only in the US market, black version of the Minolta Hi-Matic F.

CS is equipped with a very sharp and fast Rokkor 38mm f/2.7 lens.

379.00 zł

Minolta Hi-Matic E
Years: 1971 - ?
Condition: 7

The Minolta HI-Matic E is a mechanical rangefinder camera from 1971, with sharp light lens Rokkor 40/1.7 metallic body and automatic exposure which is perfect for traveling and reportage.

This camera is similar to Yashica Electro 35, Canonet QL17 or Konica C35. It is fitted with a beautifully sharp lens ROKKOR 40 mm/ f 1.7. This is a fully automatic camera, you set the film speed and focus.


329.00 zł

Minolta AL-F
Years: 1967 - ?
Condition: 8

Minolta AL-F from 1967 is a small and very elegant camera with rangefinder, automatic exposure (time priority) and Rokkor lens 38 mm with brightness of 1: 2.7 (4 lenses in 3 groups, filter diameter: 46 mm).

Shutter speed is set in the range from 1/30 to 1/500 second, and the camera selects the aperture. What is very important, pressing the button halfway (to the first noticeable resistance) causes the exposure to be blocked - as in modern digital cameras.

The AL series were sold in parallel with the more advanced rangefinders of the Hi-Matic series, but although advertised as simpler, they are made just as precisely as Hi-Matics. Minolta AL-F has a very compact and solid construction, almost all external ...