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MINOLTA HI-MATIC GF 1984
The Minolta Hi-Matic GF from 1984 is the last model in the Hi-Matic series. A very simple and cheap plastic model which was not sold in the United States. It's a very lightweight (214 gr.) compact viewfinder with a 38mm f/4 lens and a 46mm filter thread.
The lens can be focused in 4 zones and has a 3 step (cloudy/hazy/sunny) aperture. The camera has a light measuring cell on the front which only functions as an indicator for a red low-light warning LED next to the viewfinder window, the sensitivity of the cell can be set in 2 positions, 100 and 400ISO. It has a single shutter speed of around 1/100 sec.
MINOLTA HI-MATIC AF 1979
The Minolta Hi-Matic AF was introduced in 1979. It was a step towards the modern standard compact camera for film, not yet with automatic film transport, automatic film speed setting and display.