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The Minolta SR-3 was launched in 1960 as the third 35mm SLR camera model from Chiyoda Kogaku. It replaced the SR-2, and was in turn replaced, in 1962, by the venerable Minolta SR-7 which was the first 35mm SLR camera with a built-in CdS-exposure meter.
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The Minolta SR-3 was launched in 1960 as the third 35mm SLR camera model from Chiyoda Kogaku.Comes with the impressive Auto Rokkor-PF 1:1.4 f=58mm with depth-of-field pre-view stop-down lever. Chiyoda Kogaku, Minolta since 1962, was one of the very few Japanese camera makers who melted its own optical glass from raw materials like sand and rare elements for use in their optical production/