Here we have a vintage 1970s Minolta X-370 SLR Camera. The camera appears to be in very good cosmetic condition, but I have not tested it. It is missing a small handle on the top for turning the film, but it appears the film can still be turned using the wheel. Comes with a leather strap. The camera may also need to serviced.
Here are some details about this camera:
The Minolta X-370 is a 35mm manual focus SLR using the SR lens mount (often wrongly referred to as MD mount, which is actually a lens series and stands for "Minimum Diaphram") which was used on all Minolta manual focus bodies beginning in 1958.
Film format: 24x36mm frames on 35mm film
Type: Single Lens Reflex
Lens mount: MD Mount
Split-image spot, microprism band and acute matte field focusing screen.
In viewfinder shutter speed scale/LED display.
Cable shutter release on body next to lens.
Electrically controlled focal plane shutter 4 sec to 1/1000 sec (Auto), 1 sec to 1/1000th (Manual).
10 Second self-timer with LED indication.
AE lock (15 seconds).
ISO Range 12-3200
2 x AG13/LR44 batteries required.
This would be a great addition to your vintage camera collection!!