The Minolta SRT 100X (or SRT 200 in the U.S. and Canada) was the last camera of Minolta's SRT series of robust SLR bodies with TTL match-needle-meter instrument in the viewfinder. It was launched in 1977, and was derived from the Minolta SRT 100, with additional speed 1/1000 sec. and a hot shoe as new features. A variant of 1979 had a simpler single cell meter instead of the CLC meter of the SRT series.


  • Type: SLR body
  • Manufacturer: Minolta
  • Year of launch: 1977
  • Film type: 35mm film with speeds ISO 6 to ISO 6400
  • Lens mount: Minolta SR mount, with depth of field preview button
  • Shutter: mechanical focal plane cloth shutter, speeds 1 sec. to 1/1000 sec. plus B
  • Metering: CLC type (Contrast light compensator) CdS meter, needle-and-clockhand-matching instrument visible through finder
  • Viewfinder: Pentaprism viewfinder with microprism focusing aid in the middle of the matte screen
  • Film advance: rapid advance lever with little film frame counter window on top, advances film and cocks shutter, rewind unlock button in bottom and rewind knurl on top