Minolta HI-Matic AF2 35mm Film Camera with Case
Minolta HI-Matic AF2 35mm Film Camera with Case
Minolta HI-Matic AF2 35mm Film Camera with Case
Minolta HI-Matic AF2 35mm Film Camera with Case
Minolta HI-Matic AF2 35mm Film Camera with Case
Minolta HI-Matic AF2 35mm Film Camera with Case
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  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Minolta HI-Matic AF2 35mm Film Camera with Case
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Minolta HI-Matic AF2 35mm Film Camera with Case
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Minolta HI-Matic AF2 35mm Film Camera with Case
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Minolta HI-Matic AF2 35mm Film Camera with Case

Minolta HI-Matic AF2 35mm Film Camera with Case

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The Minolta Hi-Matic AF2 is one of the final entries in a long line of “Hi-Matic” cameras produced by Minolta. Starting in the early-1960s, the Hi-Matic line comprised a number of small rangefinders with lots of automation and a normal lens. The first Hi-Matic was Minolta’s first camera to offer auto-exposure. This first model achieved fame when one of its ranks (re-branded as an Ansco Autoset) was purchased in a drug store by John Glenn and eventually taken into space.

Over the next twenty years, Minolta would release a plethora of Hi-Matic cameras of various capability and quality. Following the release of the Hi-Matic E, the Hi-Matic line became increasingly inexpensive, including the Hi-Matic F, G and G2, each of which used the same “Electro” exposure system found in Yashica’s camera line of the same name.