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Minolta SRT Super, Jitra 2009


This is my first Minolta SLR and I was surprised of the weight of this machine. I used to own Pentax K1000 in the early 80s and I guess the size and weight of the two are almost identical. This one was delivered to my office in a hard case box fitted with Rokkor 55mm f/1.7. After some googling, I found out that this particular model was named differently depending on where you got them. The Minolta SR-T Super (SR-T 102 in USA and Canada, SR-T 303 elsewhere) is basically a Minolta SR-T 101, but with a flash hot shoe, a focusing screen with split-image-rangefinder, multi-exposure-capability, and the selected aperture value visible in the viewfinder.

The camera has been cleaned, fitted with cheap mercury battery replacement and the metering works just fine. The seller also supplied me with the 70-200mm Pentacon zoom which is full of fungus. I'll leave the zoom for a while until the need arises.


My Minolta SRT Super specification

  • Single lens reflex camera with through-the-lens CLC (Contrast Light Compensator) meter coupled to shutter and film speed.
  • Meter sensitivity EV 3 to EV 17 at ASA 100.
  • Film speeds supported ASA 6-6400
  • Fully mechanical cloth focal plane shutter with speeds from 1-1/1000 sec plus B
  • Shutter speeds 1-1/60 sec with electronic flash
  • Oversized quick return mirror for no image cut-off even with supertelephoto lenses
  • Mirror lock-up (on most examples)
  • Exposure control needle, selected shutter speed and aperture visible in viewfinder
  • Flash synchronisation (X and FP)
  • Mat-Fresnel-field focusing screen with split-image spot surrounded by microprism band
  • Automatic reset film counter
  • Accessory hotshoe
  • Self timer
  • Depth of field preview button


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