Condition 96%. Superb example of this rare and important camera from Minolta. Produced in 1957 it was only the second camera to feature integral coupled metering, the first being Mamiya`s Elca, which was released a few weeks earlier. It was a very expensive camera to produce and as such was made in limited quantities and for a limited period. Featuring a Rokkor 35mm F2.8 wide angle lens in Optiper MVL shutter, with coupled light meter it is still a very relevant camera today. Light signs of use only. A depression on side of top plate marks it down from mint. Clean optics. Shutter working on all speeds. Excellent meter. At the time of writing this there is only one other example for sale in the world.