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"spot" reod only o very smotl percent of the
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lotol oreo. Other syslems provide on "overoge"
r e o d i n g c o m p r i s e do f i n d e p e n d e n t m e o s u r e m e n t s *, .
token by two cells which ore nof occurole in
high-controst situolions.
Only the Minolto SR-T l0l hqs sn exclu-
sive new type of circuit (CLC) to provide on
oplimum reoding of the entire picture oreo
regordless of degree of controst.
In oddition to its more occurqfe exposure
meter system,your Minolto SR-T l0l is designed
lo hondle more eosily, with greoter speed, thon
other "through-the-lens melering" comeros.
The obility to compose, focus, set exposure
ond shutter speed without looking owoy from the (All illustrotion used in this booklet ore with
finder mokes the Minotto SR-T l0l porticulorly t h e F / I . 4 l e n s .T h e r e i s , h o w e v e r , n o f u n d o m e n l o l
suitoble for professionol photogrophy...when difference in usoge between the f /1.4 ond
operoting speed is often of vitol imporlonce. F/1.7 lens.)

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Co n l e n ts

C o m e r o P o r t s. . . . . . . . ............,..,2 Flosh Phologrophy

M o i o r F e o t u r e so f t h e M i n o l t o S R - T l 0 l ..................4 Attoching Flosh Unit .............'. ............31

S p e c i f i c o t i o n so f t h e M i n o l t o S R - T 1 0 1 ......4 E x p o s u r ef o r F l o s h P h o t o g r o p h y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 2
B e f o r e U s i n g Y o u r M i n o l t o S R - T 1 0 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6. ' How to Unlood the Film .........32

I n s e r tt h e M e r c u r y B o t t e r y . . . . . . ........'......6 Chonging Lenses .....'34


How to Use the BotteryChecker ............7 Using Interchongeoble Rokkor Lenses other thon
A Q u i c k G u i d e t o U s i n g Y o u r M i n o l t o S R - T 1 0 1 . . . . . . . . .8 MC Lenses ...'...............35

F i l mL o o d i n g ....."......-.....10 Auto Rokkor Lenses ...-...........35

ShutterSpeed ond Aperture Settings. ........,l3 M o n u o l P r e - S e tR o k k o r L e n s e s. . . . . . . . . . . . . . : . ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 5

TTL with CLC, A New E x p o s u r e M e o s u r i n g S y s t e m. . . . . . 1 5 Mointenonce ond Core of the Comerq -....-37

A S A / D l N C o n v e r t i n g S c o l e . . . . . . ' - . . . . . . . . ' . . . . : . . . . . . . . . " . I. .6 I n t e r c h o n g e o b l eR o k k o r L e n s e s f o r M i n o l t o S R - T 1 0 1. . . 3 8

S e t t i n gt h e C o r r e c t E x p o s u r e ........'......---17

Holding the Comero ........-......20

Focusing ..............21

LensAperture Controls Depth-of-Field.....................22


Depth-of-Field Toble of MC Rokkor 58mm F/1.4 Lens...24
Depth-of-Field Toble of MC Rokkor 55mm F/1.7 Lens...25
C h e c k i n gt h e E ff e c t s o f A p e r t u r e S e t t i n g o n D e p t h - of - F i e l d . . . 2 7
M i r r o r L o c k - U pC o n t r o l . . . . . .......28

How to Use the Self-Timer ......29

I n f r o r e d M o r k f o r I n f r o r e d P h o t o g r o p h y. . . . . . . . ' . . . . . . . . . 3 0
-9 Symbol Aides Close-Up Photogrophy ....'.....'....30
Comerq Ports

Film Rewind ond Bock Cover Open Knob

Accessory Shoe

Penlop rism

Shutter ond ASA Speed Diol

Film Advonce Lever k I

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Shutter Releose Butlon

Film Counter
minollo
Meter Coupler

Lens Rleose Button

Diophrogm Ring

M i r r o r L o c k - U pB u f t o n

Deprh-of-Field scole

Self-Timer Lever

Distonce Scol

Diophrogm Sfop-Down Builon


Focusing Rin

RokkorLens

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Rewind Shoft

Bottery Switch
Finder Eyepiece

Tripod Socket
Focol Plone Shutter

Bottery Cover

Film Rewind Button

Film Toke-UpSpool
F i l m P r e s s u r eP l o t e
M o i o r F eot ur es of r h e M i n o l to S R -T I Ol

l. Ropid-Reoding Through-the-Lens Exposure System 3. World Renowned Rokkor Lenses


o ) E x p o s u r er e o d i n g s t o k e n w i t h l e n s o t f u l l o p e r t u r e f o r Superior resolving power resulting from the combi-'
ropid composing ond focusing regordless of subiect n o t io n o f r o r e e o r t h s , p o t e n t e d A c h r o m o t i c c o o i i n g o n d
brightness. computer design.
b) "Follower type" needles in viewfinder show correct 4. Complete System of Lenses ond Acccssories forMqximum
e x p o s u r e o t o g l o n c e . . . o t o n y c o m b i n o t i o no f o p e r t u r e Versotility.
ond shutter speed. o) All Rokkor lenses designed for use with the Minolto
c) Shutter speed scole is visible in viewfinder but outside SR-1,SR-3 ond SR-Z con be used os stopped-down
of t'live" picture oreo. m e o s u r i n gw i t h t h e M i n o l t o S R - T l 0 l
b) A voriety of occessories ore ovoilobleto hondle neor.ly
d) Meosures only the light thot strikes the film, thus
ony photogrophic situotion.
e l i m i n o t i n gt h e n e e d t o c o m p e n s o t ef o r c h o n g e s i n l e n s
focol lengthor to computeexposure foctors f or filters,
S peci fi coti ons of rhe Mi nol to S R -T I Ol
bellows or other lens ottochments.
-35mm single lens reflex comero with thru-the-lens exposure
2. Combines the Advontoges of "Spol" cnd "Averoging" meter-
Exposure Reoding Sysiems Stondord lens
M C R o k k o r - P F5 8 m m F / 1 . a ( o r 55nnrF/1.7) equipped with
o) E x c l u s i v e" C L C " M e t e r i n g S y s t e m ( C o n t r o s t L i g h t C o m -
meter coupler.
p e n s o t o r ) m o i n t o i n se x t r e m e o c c u r o c y r e g o r d l e s s o f
Composition: 6 elements in 5 groups
lighting situotion, even with high-controst subiects.
Cooting: Achromotic cooting
b) Automoticolly corrects for chonges in light intensiiy
Angle of view: 4lo (43')
. f rom one section of the picture oreo to onother, thus Diophrogm: Fully outomotic
providing on optimum overoll reoding.
Diophrogmscole: 1.4, (1.7), 2, 2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, l6
c) O v e r s i z e d ,i n s t o n fr e t u r n m i r r o r p r e v e n t s i m o g e c u t - o f f with equol spoce ond intermedioie
ond incorrectexposure reodings no motter how long click F-stop.
the focol length of lens. Filter mount: 55QG20), screw-in.
d) Unique positioning of CdS cells prevents incorrect Shode mount: 570G40), slip-on.
reodings due to light entering viewfinder. Lens mount: SRboyonetmount
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Shutter Meosurement: Meosuring ot f ull-operture opening
Focolplone shutter coupled to shutter speed, operture
Speeds, 8 , 1 , 1 / 2 , 1 / 4 , 1 / 8 , 1 / 1 5 , 1 / 3 01, / 6 0 , ond film speed setting.
1/ 1 2 5 ,1/ 2 5 0 , 1/ 5 0 0 , o n d l / 1 0 0 0 s e c . Controlling: F o l l o w e r n e e d l e s y s t e mv i e w i n g i n t h e
Diol: S i n g l en, o n - s p i n n i negq, u o ls p o c ec, l i c k finder.
I stop diol. Working .ronge: EV 3 to EV 17 on 100 ASA film.
Synchro contoot: F P ( o l ls p e e d s ) o n d X ( u p t o 1 / 6 0 s e c . ) Diophrogm button: Depth-of-field preview buiton for
S e l f- t i m e r : T i m e o d i u s t o b l e , l 0 s e c . m o x i m u md e l o y . MC (meter coupling) Rokkor lenses.
Film odvonce Meosuring (stopped - down) button
for other outomotic Rokkor lenses.
L e v e r t y p e , q u i c k o d v o n c e w i n d i n g w i i h s h u t t e rt o c k i n g o n d
Film speed ronge: ASA 5-6400, DtN 9-39.
double exposure prevention.
ASA setting: On shutter speed diol.
Winding method: Singleor severol strokes with cleor-
Builtin ASA-DlN converting scole on
once to wind (20").
the comero bock.
Winding ongle' I 500
Bottery: Mollory RM-625Ror its equ.ivolent.
Film counter: Automotic resetting counter showing Switch: ON, OFF ond bottery check switch on
exposed frome number. the bose of the comero.
Film rewinding: Ropid rewinding with cronk. Bottery check mork in the finder.
Frome size: 36x24mm Focusing
Film: S t o n d o r d 3 5 m mf i l m ,2 0 o r 3 6 e x p o s u r e s . Focusingwith fine microprismond Fresnel lens.
Viewf inder Minimumfocusing
Reol imoge finder through the f ixed, eye-level pentoprism. Distonce: 2 ft. (60cm)
Exposure control needles (follower type) ond shutter Focusingmethod: Direct helicoid focusing
speed scole ore visible in finder. Others' lnfrored pointer
F o c u s i n gg l o s s : Fine microprismond Fresnel lens Mirror
l m o g e m o g n i fi c o t i o n : L i fe s i z e i m o g e v i e w i n g w i t h 5 8 m m Over-sized quick return mirror with lock-up device
lens on infinity. Others
Viewing oreo: 33.7X 22.4mm Built in occessory shoe.
Exposure meter Size ond weight (with F/1.4 lens)
T h r u - t h e - l e n sm e t e r (w) 5-3/4' x (D) 3-1/2' x (H) 3-314'
Exposure meter: Controst light compensotor (C.L.C.) l45mmX 89mmX 94.5mm
CdS meter,two cellson the pentoprism. 35 oz. (9909)
Before Using Your Minolto SR-T I Ol

flnsert the Mercury Bottery

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R e m o v et h e b o t t e r y c h o m b e r c o v e r w i t h y o u r t h u m b The Minolto SR-T l0l uses o button-shope
b y t u r n i n g i t c o u n t e r - c l o c k w i s eW
. hen the cover is mercury bottery for photogrophic opplicotions
r e m o v e d , p l o c e t h e b o t t e r y i n t h e c h o m b e rw i t h i t s ( M o l l o r y P X . | 3 , P X 6 2 5 , R M - 6 2 5 Ro r e q u i v o l e n t )
plus (1t side up

. B e s u r e n o t t o t o u c h t h e b o t t e r y t e r m i n o l sw i t h m o i s t o r .lf the comero is not to be used for over holf o month,


u n c l e o nh o n d s .l f s t o i n e d ,t h e b o t t e r y c o n t o c t sc o n d e t e ri - remove the bottery ond store it in o dty ploce.
orote, mokingthe bottery inoperotive. . Before putting the bottery bock in the comero, cleon
. D o n o t d i s c o r do m e r c u r yb o t t e r y i n o f i r e o r b r e o k i t u p . both sides of the bottery ond the contoct leod of the
. W h e n t h e c o m e r o i s n o t b e i n g u s e d ,i t i s o d v i s o b l et o t u r n bottery chomberwith dry cloth
the bottery switch on the bose of the comero lo the
"OFF" position

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fHow to Use the Bottery Checker

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."tr".", frFf

switch on the bose of the comero lf the indicotor needle points to the check mork
Turn the

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o s f u n c t i o n i n gp r o p e r l y
A Gluick Guide to Using Your Minolto SR-T rol
l. Open the comero bock ond insert o stondord 20 or 36 3. Advonce the film odvonce lever.
exposures 35mm film mogozine into the film chomber.

2. Set the film speed on rhe ASA diol. 4. Set lhe proper exposure by turning either the diophrogm
or shulter speed ring.

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5 Compose your picfure ond focus 7 Aftet lhe film rs complefely exposed, rewrnd rhe filnr

inlo ?he rncroozirre

8. Op*n th-
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R o i s et h e b o c k c o v e r o p e n k n o b ( w h i c h o l s o I n c o r p o - Ploce the {ilm mogozine inio the film chomber ond


r o t e s t h e f i l m r e w i n d k n o b ) u n t i l l t s t o p s .T h e n w i i h pushthe bock cover open knob cll the woy down ('y'y'hen

o slight odditionol pull,the bock cover will oulo- i n s e r t i n gt h e f i l m m c g c z i n e , i t s p r o i e c t i n g o x i s m u s t


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Insertthe film leoder into the slot in the filmtoke-up Advonce the film odvonce lever untilthe filmslot in
3 s p o o l , m o k i n gs u r e o f i l m p e r f o r o l i o n i s e n g o g e d w i f h lhe toke-upspool foces upwcrd
the foolh in the slot A d v o n c e t h e f i l m o d v o n c e l e v e r i n s e v e r o l" s h o r t t '
s t r o k e su n t i l b o t h s i d e s o f t h e f i l m p e r f o r o f i o n s o r e
s e c u r e l ye n g o g e d w i t h t h e t e e l h o f t h e s p r o c k e fg e o r .
l { t h e f i l m o d v o n c e l e v e r l o c k sd u r i n g t h i sp r o c e d u r e ,
o r e s s t h e s h u t t e rr e l e o s e b u t f o n o n d t h e n c o n t i n u e .

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Close the comero bock once you ore certoin thot A d v o n c e t h e f i l m o n d p r e s st h e s h u t t e rr e l e o s e b u t t o n .
5 the {ilm is securelyengoged in the toke.up spool
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(f R e p e o tt h i s o c fi o n u n t i l t h e n u m b e r " 1 " o p p e o r s o t
ond on both sides o{ the sprocketgeor. the orrow mork in the film counter window.
. T h e f i l m c o u n t e r i n d i c o f e st h e n u m b e r o f o i c t u r e s t o k e n
Rototethe film rewind cronk genllyin the direction
from I to 36.
of theorrow morkto moke sure thot the film is flot 'l70
. The film odvonce lever hos o totol "throw" of of
o g o i n s tt h e p r e s s u r e p l o t e t h i s d i s t o n c e ,t h e f i r s t 2 0 h o v e n o e f f e c t o n t h e f i l m
b u t o r e i n t e n d e dt o p r o v i d e o " f r e e p l o y " r o n g e t h r o u g h
which the lever moy be "offset" from fhe body for
ropid shooting.
. When the comerobock is opened,lhe counteroutomoti
colly resets itself to the stort ( S) position
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Shutter Speed ond Aperture Setfings

T h e s h u t t e rs p e e d ( o c t u o l l y t h e p e r i o d o f t i m e d u r i n g s p e e d d i o l i n d i c o t e b u l b o c t i o n o n d s h u t t e rs p e e d s f r o m I
w h i c h t h e s h u t t e rr e m o i n so p e n ) w o r k s i n c o n j u n c l i o nw i l h t o l / l 0 0 0 t h s e c o n d . ( A t " B " t h e s h u t t e rw i l l r e m o i n o p e n
l h e l e n s o p e n i n g ( o p e r t u r e) t o d e t e r m i n e t h e o m o u n t o f i n d e f i n i t e l yu n t i l p r e s s u r e i s r e r n o v e d f r o m t h e r e l e o s e
l i g h r s t r i k i n gr h e f i l m T h e h i g h e r r h e s h u i l e r s p e e d , t h e b u i t o n .)
m o r e e f f e c t i v e l yi t w i l l m o m e n t o r i l y" s t o p " t h e o c t i o n o f T h e o p e r t u r es e i l i n gc o n t r o l s t h e l i g h t v o l u m e r e o c h i n g
vour subiect. t h e { i l m i n t e r m s o f o r e o . I n o d d i t i o n i r d e t e r m i n e st h e
To set shuttcrspeed, simplyrofote the shutter speed " d e p t h , o f- f i e l d " . ( S e c p o o e 2 2 )
d i o l u n t i lt h e d e s i r e d s p e e d i s o l i g n e dw i r h t h e r e d i n d i c o t o r
on the comero body, or until it is centered belween
i n cilc o t o r s o n l h e s h u t t e r s p e c c Js c o l e i n t h e v i e w f i n d e r .
Thc figures of B ond I lhrouqh 1000 on rho shutter

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2 | ln l,',| li8 l/t6 l,'32 l/5{ . "Click" stops ore provided Ior intermediote operture
settings between ony two f u l l F - s t o p s .I n t e r m e d i o t e
s h u t t er s p e e d s c o n n o t b e s e t .
. The figure "B" on the shutter speed diol is used when
o n e x p o s u r ed u r o t i o n o f o v e r l s e c o n d i s r e q u i r e d .
. The red figure of "60" on the shutter speed diol is
t o b e u s e d i n c o n i u n c t i o nw i t h o n e l e c t r o n i c f l o s h u n i t .
. The shutterspeed ot which the comero is set is shown
on the shutter speed scole visible in the vie'arfinder.
'. . S i n c e l i g h t s t r i k i n gt h e f i l m l s o f f e c t e d b y o c o m b i n o t i o n
The index for the operture setlin is lhe diomond ( )
o f o p e r t u r e o n d s h u t t e rs p e e d , e x p o s u r ec o n b e o d i u s t e d
symbol in front of the diophrogm ring. The ring is engroved
with figures from 1.4 through 16 for the MC Rokkor by chongingeither or both settings.
58mm t 14 stondord lens
When the shutter speed remoins constont, the light
possing through the lens decreoses 50tr.,for every increose
in the operture ( F ) number. ( Exomple, When the diophrogm
ring is turned from 2 8 to 4 the light volume decreoses
50'+r. t
A s t h e o p e r t u r e f i g u r e d e c r e o s e s , t h e l i g h t p o s s i n gt h r o u g h
t h e l e n s i n c r e o s e s .T h e r e l o t i o n b e t w e e n o p e r t u r e ( F N u m b e r )
ontl liqht v c > l u r t t r (' I r { ' s h c t w r r i r t l h t ' r l i c l q r o r n

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TTL with CLC, A New Exposure Meosuring System

Minolto SR-Tl0l c o m e r o h o s t h r o u g h - t h e - l e nm
s eosuring
systemwith CLC meter. CdS Cell ( CLC Meter )
Minollo's exclusive, revolutionol CLC (Controst Light
Compensotor) promises better photogrophic resultswith
m u l t i p l e s p l i t e x p o s u r e m e o s u r i n gs y s t e m .
'photo-toking
Under normol conditions lhis new system
g i v e s e x c e l l e n t r e s u l t s ,u n d e r o l h e r c o n d i t i o n s ,s u c h o s
high-controst scene, the CLC feoture prevents possible
photo foilures.
ASA/DIN Converting Scole

W h e n c o n v e r t : r . go DIN spced to the corresponding


ASA speed or when beoring the film speed in mind,use
t h i s c o n v e r t i n gs c o l e . T u r n t h e k n o b o f t h e d i o l o n d s e t
t h e f i l m s p e e d t o t h e w h i t e p o i n r e r m o rk e d w i r h A S A . I n
the crse of the ASA lc0 fi l m fo r exomplc, ser the filrn
s p e e d o s s h o w n i n t h c p i c t u r e .( T h e i n n c r g r o d u o t i o n so r c
for the DIN).

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Setting the Correct Exposure

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you set it on the shutter speed diol.

2. Determine Exposure rMC Rokkor lenses only)

When oiming the comero oi your subject through the

viewfinder, ycu vrill see the indicolor needle moving.

Once the indicotor needle hos stopped moving, turn lhe

shutter speed diol ond or the diophrogm ring to oligne

the follow-up needle (circle-tipped needleI with the

indicotor needle

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On the ASA diol following figures ore printed:
6 . 1 0 .I 6 . 2 5 . . 5 0 . . 1 0 0 . . 2 0 0 . . 4 0 0 . . 8 0 0 . . 1 6 0 0 . . 3 2 0 0
. .6400
The dots (. ) denote ASA 8, 12, 20, 32, 40, 64, BO, 125,
160,2s0, 320, 500, 640, 1000, 1300, 2000, 2600, 4000
ond 5200.

-opertUre
When the proper combinotion of ond shuiler
s p e e d s e t t i n gi s m o d e f o r c o r r e c t e x p o s u r e , t h e f o l l o w - u p . When setting the operture first, be sure not to set the
n e e d l e ( w h i c h i s c o u p l e d t o t h e o p e r t u r e , s h u t t e rs p e e d o n d shutter speed between click stops.
ASA speed setting) will olign with the indicoior need!e '. When
the shutter speed is set slower thon 1/30th sec ,
'l00.
over o ronge of EV 3 through EV lZ otASA The EV be extremely coreful of comero motion while releos'ng
ronge will vory with film speed. t h e s h u t t e r . l t i s r e c o m m e n d e dt h o t o t r i p o d b e u s e d o t
I t i s o r e c o m m e n d e dp r o c e d u r e t o s e t i h e s h u t t e r s p e e d s p e e d s o f l / 3 0 t h s e c . o r s l o w e r . F o r " B u l b " s e t t i n g ,o
first (depending on lhe motion or lock of motion of your coble releose should olso be used.
subiect or the overoll lighting) ond to. then odiust the . When using high-speed film shuiler speed of 1/2SOth
operture. s e c . i s r e c o m m e n d e df o r o u t d o o r p h o t o g r o p h y , o n d1 / 3 0 t h
lf the needle foils to move when the diophrogm ring is sec. for indoor use.
rotoTed, this signols o need to odiust your shutter speed . When photogrophing o group of people or o building
s et t i n g . w i t h g r e o t d e p t h - o f - fi e l d , c l o s e d o w n t h e d i o p h r o g m o s
A shuiter speed scole is visible in th? viewfinder which much os possible. See the depth-of-field on poge 22
permiis you to moke oll exposure odiustments without for detoils.
removing the comero from your eye.
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Holding the Comero

Thc corncro mcJy irc hclrl hor izorrtolly or vcr ticolly. In

either cose. be sure to hold the comero in comfortoble


. P r e s s i n gl h e c o n t e r o g c n i l y o g o i n s l y o u r f o c e o r s u p p o r t i n g

the elbow of the hond holding the comero oqoinst your


l
position This will help to prevent movement of the comero
body wiii oid in steody holding
during exposure ond ovoid blurred pictures
. The comero will tend to move more when used in tne J
verticol posilion.

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Focusing

To focus,hold the comero to your eye ond turn the


l e n s f o c u s i n g r i n g c l o c k w i s e o r c o u n t e r - c l o c k w i s eu n t i l o
shorp imoge oppeors in the center spot of the viewfinder.
T h i s c e n t e r s p o t , m i c ro p r i s m , c o n s i s t s o f mony diogonol
l i n e s w h i c h w i l l o i d i n u l t r o - s h o r po n d r o p i d f o c u s i n g .

Out of focus In focus


2L
Lens Aperture Controls Depth-of-Field

Fulloperture opening

t:.ep

W h e n t h c l e n s i s o c c u r o t e l yf o c u s e d o n o s u b l e c t t, h e r e sr.ri?i:
is o certoin depth, both in the foreground ond the
, h i c h i s o l s o c o n s i d e r e d t o b e i n f o c u s .T h i s
b o c k g r o u n dw
,*?
oreo is known os the "deoth-of-field"
(b f)
The shorp focus oreo in the foreground is usuolly
s h o l l o w e rt h o n t h e s h o r p f o c u s o r e o i n t h e b o c k g r o u n d .
D e p t h - o f - f i e l dh o s t h e f o l l o w i n g c h o r o c t e r i s t i c sw h i c h
s h o u l d b e c o n s i d e r e d w h e n p i c t u r e so r e c o m p o s e d
l . A s t h e l e n s o p e r t u r e d e c r e o s e s t, h e o r e o o f s h o r p f o c u s
i n c r e o s e s .A s l e n s o p e r t u r e i n c r e o s e st,h e o r e o o f s h o r p
focus decreoses.
2 . A s y o u r d i s t o n c ef r o m c o m e r o t o s u b i e c t i s i n c r e o s e d ,
so is your oreo of shorp focus
3 . A t e l e p h o t o l e n s h o s o s h o l l o w e r d e p t h - o f - f i e l dt h o n o
w i d e o r r o l el e n s

Smoll opertur opening


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Distance
l - h ed e p l h - o f - f i c l d s c o l e e n g r o v e d o n l e n s b o r r e l e n o b l e s

you to determine the depth-of-field ot which you will be

in focus. For exomple, if you focus on o sublect l0 feet

owoy ond use on f E opertu ie, reod lhe distonce opposite

the two figures 8 In this cose the picture will be shorp

fr , ) m o p p r o x i m o t e l y E t o 12 feet.
Foreground
Depth-of-Field

l-|t
D.rl

l-|r
l-rl

$ Distance
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Depth-of-Field Toble of MC Rokkor 58mm Ff 14. Lens

--...--
F No.
Dist. (ft)
.----- r.4 2 2.8 4 5.6 8 lt IO

oo
244', L7t' 12ll 85', 6t'
co oo oo OO oo co oo oo ri
r-
30 26' g' 25', 1 n 24', l', 22',4', 20',2' 17',g' 15'2" 12'\',
34',2' 36', .) 39',g', 45',11" 59', 9u' oo

15 r4',2, 13',10 13' 5' 12',10" t2' t " lr'3" l0' 2'
ISITI' 16' 5 L7' l' LB'I" rgl 9', 22t g' 29', Alt'7il

g',80 g',6 g'3' 9', g' g" B'z', 1l 7', 6'I|',


10 r0, 5, l0'7 l0'10" ll'3' tyr0" rztlt' I4' 8', Lg',20
nt 6',r0, 6',90 6',80 6' 6', 6' 4' 6' l' '',9" t)C
7t 2' 7' 3' tc 7' 7', 7',Ll', g' 3" 8',ll' TO,I'
4trl" 4'10' 4,1.0" 4'9' 4',B" 40 A' A''
5 5' l' 5'2' 5'2' 5'3', cc ct ,',r0' 6', 4',
4
3'll_" 3',11 J lt 3'100 3'9' 3',B" 3'7" 3',',
4' l' 4',1 4'1 4'2', 4', 3" 4' 40 4t 6t' 4'g'
3.5 3', 5%', 3', 5.U4', 3' 4' J 41,4,' 3' 4' J J74 3'2l+" J

(3'6') J 6Yz" 3',6/n', J/ J 7 t/, 3' g%' J gLA' 3'roy4'


z'.Lt'%" 2'IW: z ' ,tt% " z',10' z',r0rz, z',r0" z',ql/, " 2'B' I
J
3' 72', 3'' 3' 8/n', 3', Lo 3',r%, 3' 2%' .) 3 % ' 3' 43t .l
2.75 2' 8 % ' 2', 91.4,', z',81,4,' 2' g%' 2',7y4' 2',7% 2', 6'%', 2' 6t'
/2tqx \
2' 9r/t' 2', 9rr4' 2' e%, 2t qglil
2't0y4" 2'r03/n z',113/.' 3' 3/,'
I
2.5 2' 53/+o 2' 5;'4' z',5%', 2', 5 % ' 2',5' 2' 4% ' z',4%' z', 3%.',
(z',6', 2'6y4' 2', 61/.', z',O 7 t 2' 684' 2' 7" 2' 7 r / o z',g % o z',g',
2.25 2' 2Y4 2' 2'%" tt r3/n 2', 2%', 2', 2Y4' 2',20 z',L%' z',\',
:z',3', 2', 3% z', 3%" z',3y2' 2', 3 %' 2', 3 3 / o 2', 4%', 2' 4310 2, 51Zo
2 1,LL%, vrr%'
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L,T1%, t'tl%, L'Lt%o r'try4' L,TO%' r'10%'
2' %.' 2t 2' %' 2' r/' 2' 3/, 2.t 3/, 2' llzo z', l3/,o
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De p th -of - F ield T oble o f M C R o k k o r 5 5 mm F / 1 . 7 L e n f * t u

*J
f".l
, g T------'*!'^o'
} '.
1) i s t -
t.7 2 2.8 4 5.6 8 11 16
ft-\:

r #;
, ! ] f,}
oo
175'
oo
L'I/
oo
r0 7 '
oo oo

75', s', 53' 5'


oo
37' g',
oo
26' g'
oo
t9',
oo

t, 30 36' I', 37' 40 4l', 6' 49' 5' 67' 70 l4l/ oo oo


25/ g' 25' lo 23' 6' zlt 7, lg' '4, 16'l0' L4' 3', LT' 9'
15 L6', 4', 16' 7', 17 4', lg' 7, 20' g, 24'6 33',"-z',.
, 67'\-:4',
13/ r00 13' g, 13 z', 12/ 7' I( LO' 10'10 9, g!!, g' 60
10 t0' 7 / l0' 8' l0'12, lL/ 50 t2l 20 L3' S','t L5' 7' 20' s',
9 ' 5%', 9' 4% g', 2%' 8'10%' B'''i1fro 7'LL%o 7' 4%', 6, B '
-t
4 7' 3%', 7'3% 7', 5r6,', 7',7% 7t'{I,%' 8 5% ' g', 3% L0' g'
6' g)4
I
6' 9, 6' 7%o 6' 5% 6:r2%' 5 TI%' 5' 7% 5' 254',
5' trzo 5' l'%' 5' 2%', 5' 3% 5'.i5%" D BY8' 6'% 6' 70
t:5 4'r0r4, 4'Loy4' 4' g%' 4' B% 41 7%', 4 ' 5%', 4' 3% 1Z'
4'
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r 3'll%' 3'll' 3'10%' 3' g%' 3''g%' 3' g,; J 6rz, 3' 412'
3.5
J 6%', J 6%',! 3' 7%', 3' 7%' J Brz, J 954' J rL% At otl
J 5%', .) 5%', 3' 4%', 3' 43/s' 3 3%', J J 3 7% o74
'"13/n
I 3 r72 J v6' 3' %', 3' r%' 3 J 2 tA' 3' 3% 3' 5%o
2'rll4 2 Lr%' 2 ' l l r4 ' 2',r0%' 2 r0%' 2 e%, 2' g' 2' 7%',
2.5 z' 6% 2 6'A', 2' 6%', 2' 6%' , /
2
'71./ il
, /6 2' 7%', 2' g% .y
4
ql7^n
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2' 5% L 5%', 2' 5%' 2' 5%o ,t Ail
2' 4%', ,/ An 2' 3%',
2' 3%o ,L/ o1,/x
2.25 o/4 2' 3%', 2 3%', 2t; 3%" 2' 4%', 2 ' 4% ' 2' s%',
2' 2%' 2' 2%' 2 ' ,) 5,/. t
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Checking the Effects of Aperture Setting on Depth-of-Field

sFemlol

MC Rokkor lenses ore designedwith o meter coupler


w h i c h p e r m i t s t h e m t o r e m o i n w i d e o p e n d ur i n g v i e w i n g ,
f o c u s i n go n d e x p o s u r e s e t t i n g .l n order to check your
d e p t h - o f - f i e l dw h e n u s i n gt h e s e l e n s e s , p u s ht h e d i o p h r o g m
button on the comero body ofter the operture hos been
set.
W h e n u s i n go t h e r R o k k o r l e n s e sd e s i g n e df o r t h e M i n o l t o
S R l- , S R - 3 o r S R - 7 u s e t h e p r e v i e w b u t t o n o n t h e l e n s
borrel or the comero'sdiophrogmbutton.
. W h e n t h e d i o p h r o g m ( s t o p - d o w n) b u t t o n i s p u s h e d ,o f t e r
y o u o d v o n e t h e f i l m , t h e d i o p h r o g mc l o s e s d o w n t o t h e
p r e - s e t o p e r t u r e o n d l o c k s .W h e n t h e b u t t o n i s p r e s s e d
o g t o i n ,t h e r l i o p h r c - r c ; r n f ur l(l)yo p e n s
Mirror Lock-Up Control

T h e m i r r o r l o c k - u p c o n t r o l i s u s e d i n c o n i u n c l i o nw i t h
the Rokkor 2lmm ultro wide ongle lens.When octivoted,
l h e m i r r o r i s l o c k e d i n o n " u p " p o s i l i o nf o p r e v e n ti t f r o m
c o m i n g i n t o c o n t o c tw i t h l h e r e o r e l e m e n t o f t h e l e n s w h i c h
intrudes into the comero body.
To operole, turn the mirror lock button downwcrd
( c l o c k w i s e) u n t i l i t s l o p s . T h e dislonce of movementis
opproximotely135o.
The mirror will return to its usuol operolion when the
lock button is returned to the red mork.
T h e m i r r o r l o c k b u t t o n o p e r o t e s i n d e p e n d e n t l yo f l h e
shutter releose ond film odvonce ond con, therefore, be
octivoled oi onV lime.
The mirror lock-up system is olso helpful for micro,
s e q u e n c e o n d c l o s e - u p p h o t o g r o p h y o s i t e l i m i n o t e st h e
p o s s i b i l i t yo f c o m e r o m o t i o n c o u s e d b y t h e m o v e m e n t o f
t h e m i r r o r w h e n t h e s h u t t e ri s r e l e o s e d .

. When the mirror is locked in on "up p o s i t i o n ,t h e


e x p o s u r e m e t e r o f t h e c o m e r oc o n n o l o p c r o l e , o n d o n
iedepcndenl melor must trc uscd.

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How fo Use fhe Self-Timer

T h e s e l f- t i m e r d e l o y s s h u t t e rr e l e o s e o b o u t l 0 s e c o n d s
f r o m t h e t i m e v o u o r e s s t h e s e l f - t i m e rr e l e o s e b u l t o n .T h i s
ollows time for you to get into the picture.
To operote, odvonce the film (This will outomoticolly
c o c k t h e s h u t t e r) N e x t , p u s h t h e s e l f- t i m e r l e v e r d o w n
, o b o u l 9 0 ' ) o n d t h e n p r e s s t h e s e l f- t i m e r r e l e o s e b u t t o n .
The self-timer is now operoting, ond lhe shulter will
o u t o m o t i c o l l yb e r e l e o s e d o f t e r o b o u t l 0 s e c o n d s .

.lf t h e f ; l m h o s n o t b e e n o d v o n c e d , t h e s e l f - t i m e rl e v e r
w i i l s t o p o f l e r r e t u r n i n go b o u t 4 5 o o n d t h e s h u l t e r w i l l
nol be releosed.
. Y o u c o n o v e r - r i d e t h e s e l f - t i m e rm e c h o n i s mb y p ' . l ' h i n , ;
the shutterreleose button either before or ofler tht'
s e l f - t i m e rh o s b e e n o c i ; v c i e d .

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Infrored Mork for Infrored Photogrophy + Symbol Aides Close-Up Photogrophy

Whcn using infrorcd film it is necessory to moke on


"infrored focus odiustment After you hove mode your
normol focusing odiustmcni, turn the focusing ring to the
right to olign the distonce on ihe focusing scole with the
red "R" mork on thc depth-of-ficld scole. After this
odiustment hos been mode you orc reody to shoot The ,+ symbol engroved to the left of the film odvonce
. T o d e t e r m i n ec o r r e c t c x p o s u r e f o r i n f r o r c d p h o t o g r o p h y , lever shows the exoct position of the film in the comerc
consult lhe instructions thot orc cnclosccJ in thc filnr It is used to precisely meosure the distonce from subject
oocKooe to film for mocro ond close-up photogrophy

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FloshPhotogrophy

Flosh bulbs ond clcctronic flosh units ore recommended


I Attoching Flosh Unit
for indoor on<l niqht phrttoclr<-rphy crn<l for s h c l o l i r r c -itn Slicic tlrc shoc of lhc fio:h trnrl inlo lhc comero's
: h o r J c . r lo r . r ( J S s l t o r ' I r , t t t t l l t e r 1 , , . ; , . oI f t h ( ' c ( : r i l ( ] r o , t l r c n t i c ; l t l e : n
o c c ( , , s s o ry
The're o((' lwo synrhro l c r t r t r r r c r l os n the Mirrolto SR T
l l t e s c r e w o f t l r c f i u r l r u r t r i f o r ' , , ( t J r ( ' , w t - i l , l , l Ier r t e u l ) ( ' r t t l i r - r n
l0l ;one i s r l e s i g n c . r t e c" JF P " ; the other, "X".
When using on c l e c l r o n i c - fl o s h unit, set the shutter
speed ot I 60th sec rred figure on diol t, ond use the
terminol
When using "FP" closs bulbs, you con use ony shutter
'l000th
speed from I to I sec , os the flosh bulbs
synchronize with the releose of the shutter. A shutter
speed obove I 60th sec , should be used in photogrophing
o moving subject with comporotively bright surrounding
light.
The relotion belween flosh bulbs ond shutter speeds ore
shown in the followinq toble:

Shutter Speeds for Flash Photography


tThc shaded arca rndrcates adequate shuttet speedsr

S?cond3

B i % % % ,(' ,$ x"G)tG )d' 16 x-

x FS u l b 2
(D

=
3 M Eulb
vbz,
leclronrc
4
o,

Flash
How to Unlood the Film

O Exposurefor Flosh Photogrophy


J,, ' j r l r t t l r t I r rl l r , r r , r f r , I r l [ / , . r l r J r a f t - r rf l o s h p h O t o g r o f , h y

r l u n r t. , r ol the flosh trulh you ore

iJ t[r,1 I l r , r , I l r , l ft

GurtJt'
Apt'rlurt Sctl;nt; rF-slt)pr
[)istorrr,'

For exorlrplc' "guicle nunr[;€r of the flosh bul[-,

is B0 oncl lhc the subject is l0 feet twilh ASA

100 filnr,using speecl of 160th sec r lhe F-

80
s t o pi s : 8
l0
To uniood the filnrrl 'press thc rewind button on lhe

bose of lhe comero The button willremoin depressed

when you remo'/c your finger ( l f, h o w e v e r , i t r e t u r n s

to ils orig:nol position, rewind lhe film for

opproxirrctciy 2 revolulions while depressing the

[,utton. Then turn lhe film odvonce lever completly

without depressing the bulton And depress it ogoin

This shoulcl lock it rn ther cleprcssed position )

Whcn usrng M closs flosh bulbs, o shutter speed of


I l5th sec- or slower is r€icommended

Use "trlue" f l o s h b u l f - , sf o r c-olor photogrophy.

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MINOLTA
ERA

2 L i ft t h e

rewind
rewind

the
cronk ond turn it clockwise

film into the mogozine


This will Now, pull the

bock ond
rewind

remove
knob up to open

the film mooozine


the comero

When you feel o slightresislonce,you hove rewound

neorly oll the film ond it hos disengoged from the

toke-up spool After one or tvro more turns you con

ossume oll the film hos been rewound into the

mooozrnc

The film rewind releose button will outomoticolly return

to its originol position os soon os the film odvonce

lcver is octivoted
Chonging Lenses

L e n s e sc o n b e c h o n g e d e v e n w h e n T o m o u n t o l e n s ,i n s e r t i t i n t o t h e Coution :
the film hos been odvoncedond the boyonet socket by lining up the red . Touch nothing insidethe boyonet
s h u t t e rc o c k e d .T o r e m o v et h e m o u n l e d dot on the lens borrel with the red mount while lens is removed.
l e n s .o r r s hi h e l e n sr e l e o s cb u t t o nd o w n dot on the comero body. Now, turn .lf the lens is removed, ploce o
o n d r o t o t e t h e l e n sc o u n t e r - c l o c k w i s e the lens clockwiseuntil it stopswith hodrr ron tn nrcvent dust from
u n t i l l t s t o p s .l t c o n n o w b e l i f t e d o "click" c o l l e c t i n go n t h e m i r r o r o n d s h u t t e r
out. mochonism.

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Using Interchongeoble Rokkor Lenses other thon MC Lenses

When u s i n g R o k k o r L e n s e sd e s i g n e d f o r t h e M i n o l t o S R -l ,

SR3 or SR 7, which do not hove o meter coupling pin,

"stopped-clOwn meosUrement system" lO


VOu musl uSe the
set exposure.
With this system the indicotor needle moves when the

lens diophrogm is opened or closed ond the follow-up

(circle-tipped t needle is octivoted by the s h u t fe r speed

contr ol.

I auto Rokkor Lenses


li Advonce the film.

Press the diophrogm stop down button ( it will remoin


2l
. The diophrogm stop-down bulton will not operote if
depressed ).

3 ) Set the shutter sPeed. the film odvonce lever hos not been odvonced ccmpletly.

4 t Turn the diophrogm ring until lhe two needles ore . When the diophrogm stop-down bulton is pressed the

oligned. (The diophrogm con be set first.t Second time, the diophrogm reopens to moximum operture.

5 r Press the c l i o p h r c r Q n t s t c - r pr l o w n l.lutton crgoin. . When the shutter is rcleosed, the diophroqm oulomoticolly

closes down to llrc pr('set operlure rtncl reopen.


6 t FocuS onrl sltrlcll
.lI-;
O monuol Pre-Set Rokkor Lenses
.lt is not necessory to use the dicphrogm stop-down
button,with monuolpre-set lenses.
. Compose ond focus your picture before mokingyour
exposure setting.
. l f y o u f o c u s o r c o m p o s e y o u r p i c t u r e o f t e r m - - k i n gy o u r
e x p o s u r e s e t t i n g ,o n d y o u d o t h i s b y o p e n i n g t h e l e n s
t o m o x i m u mo p e r t u r e , b e s u r e t o c l o s e i t d o w n o g o i n
to the proper point before you shoot.

NOTE
o ) The indicotor needle moves when the operture is
odiusted.
b ) T h e f o l l o w - u p n e e d l e m o v e s w h e n t h e s h u t t e rs p e e d i s
odiusted.
c) A complete system of interchongeoblelenses ond
o c c e s s o r i e so r e o v o i l o b l e f o r t h e M i n o l t o S R - T l 0 l .

I t S e t t h e s h u t t er s p e e d .
2l S e t t h e m o x i m u mo p e r t u r e o f t h e l e n s ,t h e n c l o s e d o w n
u n t i l t h e t w o n e e d l e so r e o l i q n e d .
3 t R e l e o s et h e s h u t t e r .

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Mointenonce ond Core of the Comerq

Corc oflcr Use Couiion in Moinlenonce


Don't touch the lens with hond, lf you inodverfently stoin r When storing ihe conlero, sef the distonce scole to 6,

it, use o rubber boll blower to blow off dusl from its releose the shutter, ond Put the comero in the leolher

surfoce, gently wipe its surfoce outwordly from fhe center cose.
wifh o lens cleoning clofh or tissue. . Do not drop or ior the comero.
. Try to keep fhe lens cleon. Brush it with o soft brush . Do not store lhe comero in high temperoture or humidity.

from lime to time. . When leoving the comero unusedfor o long time,remove
. Don't touch the mirror, but brush it with o soft brush. the mercury botfery from the comero.
. When the oventurine chrome-ploted surfoce is stoined r When storing fhe comero for o long period of time, pul

roo much, wipe it with o cloth dipped in benzine. In i n o r i g i n o l P o c k o g i n gw i t h o s m o l l b o g o f S i l c o G e l . T h e

this cose, exercise coulion so thof benzine moy not Silco Gel is o drying ogenf.
enler inside.

CAUTION
An excess omount of liquid lens cleoner moy domoge the
lens. Therefore, o liquid cleoner is not recommended.

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Interchongeoble Rokkor Lenses for Minolto SR-T I Ol

Over 30 different types of interchongeobleRokkor


enses from l Smm ultro wide ongle to l000mm super
telephoto ore ovoiloble for SR-Tl0l comero.
Among them,MC Rokkor lensescon be used in full-
o p e r t u r e m e o s u r i n gs y s t e m w i t h S R - T .O t h e r c o n v e n t i o n o l
R o k k o r l e n s e s ,o u t o m o t i c o r m o n u o lp r e - s e t l e n s e s ,c o n b e
u s e di n s t o p p e d - d o w n( c l o s i n g d i o p h r o g mr r T r e o s u r i ns gy s t e m
w i t h S R - T .F o r d e t o i l s e e n e x t o o q e .

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$ Types
M C R OK KOR T E N S E SW ITH FU LI A P E R TU R EME A S U R E ME N T
T ABTEO F I NT E RCHA N GE AB T E

Fooal ength-
L e n so p e n i n g
L e n se l e m e n t
(Group)
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Angleot
view
'l g"-
F i l t e rs c r e w
diameter
e n ss h a d e
diameter
ultra-wide 2 8m m F 3 5 I 55mm 55mm
Wide 35m.m F2.8 7(6) 64" 52 54
Standard 55mm FL.7 6(5) 430 52 52
58mm Fl.4 6(5) 4lo 55 55
T el e p h o t o l00mm F3.5 5(4) 240 52 52
100mm F2 6(5) 240 62 62
* 135mm F3.5 4(4) 180 52 52
135mm F2.8 6(5) lgo 55 55
200mm F4.5 5( 5 ) 12" 52
200mm F3.5 6(4) ,120 62
Macro 50mm F3.5 6(4) 450 55

L e n ss h a d e M i n i m u mf o c u s ' d i s t . Dimension W ei ght Diaphragm


I

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t y pe _ D i a .x L .
-r Screw-in 2 ft. i6o.ry) - O5g3xv a S n r *m aS or fZ+ S g) nuto
- Slio-on r.25 ( 40 ) 45 7.4 (210)
I
Screw-in 1.8 (50 ) 6 3 x 37 7.9 (225)
2 (60 ) 6 5 x 4I 9.7 (275)
4 (120 ) 63x 54 8.5 (240 )
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4 (120 ) 66x 63 15 (425)
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5 (r5o ) 63x 88 14.1 (400 )
-
x
(150 62x 93 15.8 (450)
- 5 j. )
B ui l t - i n 8 (250 ) 6 3x 1 3 0 17.6 ( 5 0 0)
r
8 (2 5 0 ) 7 0x 1 3 6 26.4 (750 )
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0.e (23 ) 68x 55 1 1 . 6 ( 3 3 0)
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E O K KOR L EN SE SW ITH S TOP .D OW N ME A S U R E ' Y TE N T
TABTE O F I NT E R, CH A N GE AB LR
F
Focalength- L e n se l e m e n t F i l t e rs c r e w Lens shade L e n ss h a d e
T y pe s L e n so p e n i n g (Group) A n g l eo f v i e w diameter diameter t ype

Ul t r a - w i d e 1 8 m mF 9 . 5 7 (5 ) 180" 37.5mm 39.5mm Bayonet


21mm F4 8(4) 92" 55 No need

Wide 3 5 m mF 4 5(4) 64" 55 57 Slip-on

Semi-wide 4 5 m mF 2 . 8 4(3) 520 46 48

Standard 5 5 m mF 2 6(5) 430 52 52 Screw-in

T el e p h o t o 1 0 0 m mF 3 . 5 5(4) 24" 55 57 Slip-on


1 0 0 m mF 4 3( 3 ) 24' 46 48
l 3 5 m mF 4 3(3) lgo 46 48
2 0 0 m mF 5 5(4) 12" 52 52 Screw-in
3 0 0 m mF 5 . 6 4(4) 80 62 62 Screw-in
3 0 0 m mF 4 . 5 4(4) 80 77 77
600mmF5.6 4(3) 4" L26 726
1 0 0 0 m mF 6 . 3 2.5" 49 200

Zoom 50-100mmF3.5 15(e) 46-24 77 77


8 0 - l 6 0 m mF 3 . 5 15(10) 36-15" 77 77
100-200mm F5.6 8(5) 24-12. 52 52
160-500mm F8 l6(rl) 15- 50 77 77

ForBellows 1 3 5 m mF 4 3 (3 ) lgo 46 48 Slip-on


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Dimension Weight Diaphragm
M i n i m u mf o c u sd i s t .
I D i a .x L .

F i x e df o c u s 60x 48mm 8.5oz. (240e) Manual


3 ft ( 90cm) 60x 20 5 .8 (1 6 6)

1.3 (40 ) 60x 34 r0.7 (305) PreSe


t
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3 (e0 ) 64x 17 4.6 ( 1 3 0) Auto
I r. 75 ( 50 60x 35 7.2 (205)

4 (120 ) 63x 59 10.9 ( 3 1 0)


4 (r20 ) 56x 80 8.s (240) P r es et
5 ( 1s 0 ) 56 x 115 r3.7 (37S;
8 (2s0 ) 56 x 149 1 5 .1 (4 3 0) Auto
15 (450 ) 65 x 197 r9.2 (545) P r e ste
15 (450 ) 80 x 250 36 (1 ,0 2 0)
33 (10m) 132 x 530 1 .3l b ( a .7 kg)
100 ( 30m) 217 x 450 23.2lb (l0.6ke) NDfilters

6.6 (200cm) 82 x L26 30 oz (855g) Auto


8.3 (250 ) 84 x 207 - 47.8 ( 1 , 3 5 0)
7 (200 ) 58 x 175 1e.5 (s35 ) Preset
15 (450 ) 87 x 490 6.1lb (2.7ke) Auto

1.8 (46 ) 56x 55 7.t (200) P re s e t

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