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Minolta 110 SLR Mk I

This was the first SLR made to take Kodak's 110 size "Pocket Instamatic" film and was made in the mid-seventies.

It has a non-interchangeable zoom lens, and aperture-priority automatic exposure control.

Originally this camera would have had a screw-in rubber lens hood, but on this one it has long-since split and been discarded.

Minolta 110 SLR

Minolta followed this model with the Minolta 110 MkII in 1979, an SLR of very different design, being similar in shape to a 35mm SLR, but again with a non-interchangeable zoom lens.

Minolta 110 SLR instruction manual on Mike Butkus' excellent website.

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