| square format image of Minolta's first 24×24mm|
camera, a rangefinder camera offering choice
between manual and automatic control of exposure settings.
The Minolta 24 Rapid is a rangefinder camera taking square, 24x24mm images on 35mm film in Agfa Rapid cassettes. It was made by Minolta in Japan, introduced in 1965. It was equipped with automatic exposure, controlled by a CdS meter, with the cell placed inside the lens' filter thread.
- Lens: Rokkor 32mm f2.8
- Shutter: speeds 1/30 to 1/250s
- Minolta 24 Rapid at www.collection-appareils.fr