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The MT series of compact cameras from Konica was introduced at Photokina 1986. All three models have fixed prime lenses, motorwind and pop-up flashes with quick recharging. In Japan, the cameras were apparently called the Multi 7, 8, and 9.

MT-7Edit

  • Lens: Konica 36mm, f/4 (Tessar-style 4 elements in 3 groups).
  • Fixed focus.
  • Fixed shutter speed of 1/125s.
  • Smallest apertures are coupled to selected film speed: f/8 for ISO 100, f/11 for ISO 200, and f/16 for ISO 400.
  • Film advance: Motorwind.

MT-9Edit

  • Lens: Konica 35mm, f/3.5 (Tessar-style 4 elements in 3 groups).
  • Autofocus
  • Close focus: 1.3m with focus lock, but no zone symbols in viewfinder.
  • Automatic exposure via CdS meter.
  • Shutter speed range: 1/10-1/500s.
  • Film advance: Motorwind.

MT-11Edit

  • Lens: Konica 35mm, f/2.8 (Tessar-style 4 elements in 3 groups).
  • Autofocus
  • Close focus: 1m in normal use, 0.45m with flash. (This mode alters the angle of the lens and flash).
  • Viewfinder: Contains several framelines for parallax reminders at a range of distances, plus zone symbols for head shot, group and mountains appear in viewfinder with focus lock available.
  • Low-light LED warning.
  • Automatic exposure via CdS meter.
  • Shutter speed range: 1/4-1/500s.
  • Neck strap is marked every 10cm for measuring close distances.
  • Film advance: Motorwind.

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