Is the Konica Hexar AF a Rangefinder, a Point-And-Shoot, Neither, or Both?
Most cameras are easy to classify. But once in a while, something comes along that defies categorization. Something unique that stands on its own. The Konica Hexar AF is one of those cameras.
Konica took a chance in the early '90s and made a fixed-lens rangefinder equipped with cutting-edge automatic features usually reserved for point-and-shoot cameras. The result of their efforts quickly became an iconic camera that adventurous street photographers wanted to shoot.
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