Minolta Super A
An interchangeable lens 35 mm rangefinder camera system introduced in March 1957. Image format was 24×36 on 135 film.
The Super A featured a brightline finder with parallax correction and a unique button-and-lever-lock bayonet lens mount. Its behind-the-lens leaf shutter is a Seikosha-MX with speeds B, 1sec to 1/400sec, and M or X flash synchronization.
The Super A system included an accessory shoe-mounted coupled selenium meter with separate selenium-cell amplifier, seven interchangeable lenses with accessory shoe-mounted finders for the wide angle and telephoto lenses.
This Minolta kit comes with Super A body 112747 with Super Rokkor 5.0 cm 2.0 no 1502731 in box (Numbers on box do not match camera). With camera manual.
Included is Light Meter 175623 with instructions and boxed Selenium Cell Amplifier with Incident Light Attachment. Plus a Tele Rokkor 13.5cm 4.0 no1100694 in with Super A lens mount.
This is a collection put together over the years!