10 facts about the Minolta SRT 101 and Fomapan Images

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Minolta’s SR line began back with the SR-2 in 1958. Introduced in 1966, the Minolta SR-T 101 The SR-T 101 remained in production with only minor changes until 1975. - The range of Rokkors is extensive, Rokkor are highly regarded. Fish-eye lenses to 1600mm mirror lenses, 600mm refractive lenses, Macros, Variable soft focus lenses, - The layout seems to have been inspired by the Leica M3 - Film speeds from 6 ASA to 6400 ASA - Horizontal cloth focal plane shutter, 1 ~ 1/1,000 and Bulb. - The camera feature mirror lockup. Which you need to use if using 21 mm lens - The meter system is Minolta's own CLC system - Contrast Light Compensation. With today’s digital camera, it is possible to evaluate every pixel, but it all began with CLC in 1966. It tends expose for shadows rather than highlights. This prevents blow outs from bright sources, such as the sun or street lights - The meter switch is in an unusual position at on the bottom of the camera. You can tend to forget to switch it off! - Minolta added the "T" for the new TTL meter of the SRT cameras. - Works without battery, The SRT101 is a completely mechanical camera. The battery is only for the meter. If you like to support my channel, Thank you! Buy me a coffee - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/gavinlyons Articles and Images on my blog regarding the Minolta camera. BLOG: https://gavinlyons.photography/tag/minolta INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/glyons TWITTER http://twitter.com/gavinlyons Cameras used in this video ------------------------------------------- Minolta SRT 101 Olympus OM-1 Fomapan 100 in Rodinal Fujifilm X-H1 with XF16mm ƒ/1.4 Rode USB NT1 Video Microphone #shootfilm #filmphotography How to buy film camera. First time buying 35mm film, how to buy cheap cameras, 35mm Film buying guide, Film,story,first time,shooting,35mm film,develop,film is not dead, minolta,short film,vintage,darkroom,fujifilm,cannon,x-700,fomapan, how to shoot film, gavinlyons, minolta SRt101, Graz, olympus OM-1, expired film, cheap film, best cheap film, how to shoot a film camera with a broken light meter, broken light meter, broken meter, how to light meter, Minolta, SR2, SRT 101, best films, best 35mm film, top 5 35mm film, $3 film camera, $3 Leica, Cheap leica, Free Leica, Leica, yashica mat, yashica 124, yashica mat 124, expired tri-x, black and white, film photography

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