In 1963 the Minolta HI-MATIC 7s succeeded the original Minolta Hi-Matic 35mm rangefinder camera. It had new features, especially a CLC meter placed above the lens optics within the filter connection ring, a manual shutter speed selection mode, and the exposure meter's actual EV-value displayed in the viewfinder.
Like the original Hi-Matic its viewfinder was a rangefinder with mechanical parallax correction, and it had a self-timer. With this camera Minolta made the "Hi-Matic" camera series their main series of range and viewfinder cameras.
Every Hi-Matic had more or less automatic features, especially for exposure control by meter, and more or less support of flashlight usage. The HI-MATIC 7s was the first with a hot shoe for flashes and the exposure system of the SRT 101 SLR-camera.
Some age appropriate wear.
Not tested. Battery appears to be dead.
Sold as is.
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