Minolta ac 101 Courreges
This camera is basically a modified Minolta Disc-5. It has similar features
in a more attractive package. It came with a 12.5mm (f2.8) zone-focusing
lens and two shutter speeds -- 1/100 and 1/200. Since disc film was available
in only one film speed, Minolta was able to construct an effective exposure
control system using the CDS meter. In bright light, the shutter is set at
1/200 and the aperture at f6. In lower light the built-in flash is
triggered, the shutter is set at 1/100 and the aperture at f2.8 The
ac 101 was available in several pastel color schemes such as blue, green,
yellow, beige and pink in a white-color wave pattern, accented with silver.
Even if you don't take pictures with it, it's nice just to look at.
Matching leather case and silver strap
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