The Minolta Repo took half frame pictures on 35mm film, the camera was a fixed Minolta Rokkor 30mm F2.8 lens with a Citizen shutter, manual (guess) focus with adjustable aperture. It is introduced in 1962.
- A built in meter upon the top plate allowed the user to change the aprtue so that you aligned the needles up for correct exposure.
- Manual wind on and rewind
- Portrait format viewfinder with bright line edges but no other information
- Flash PC socket and cold shoe
- CDS Meter
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