Minolta Hi-matic SD Manual Focus Point & Shoot Camera with 38mm f2.7 lens
Minolta Hi-matic SD Manual Focus Point & Shoot Camera with 38mm f2.7 lens
Minolta Hi-matic SD Manual Focus Point & Shoot Camera with 38mm f2.7 lens
Minolta Hi-matic SD Manual Focus Point & Shoot Camera with 38mm f2.7 lens
Minolta Hi-matic SD Manual Focus Point & Shoot Camera with 38mm f2.7 lens

Minolta Hi-matic SD Manual Focus Point & Shoot Camera with 38mm f2.7 lens

Regular price RM550.00 MYR
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*All cameras come with 6 months warranty.

Hi-Matic was the name of a long-running series of 35 mm cameras made by Minolta. The original Hi-Matic of 1962 was the first Minolta camera to feature automatic exposure and achieved a small degree of fame when a version (the Ansco Autoset) was taken into space by John Glenn in 1962.[1]

A built in electronic flash came to the series for the first time in 1978 with the Hi-Matic S. It was a fully automatic (except for focusing) camera equipped with a Rokkor 38 mm f/2.7 lens. There were several variants, including the Hi-Matic SD (date back), the Hi-Matic S2 (slightly slower lens), and the Hi-Matic SD2 (S2 with a date back). Focusing was automated in 1979 with the introduction of the Hi-Matic AF, which was essentially an S2 with the addition of autofocus.