The 102 is one of several variations of the popular SR-T cameras made by Minolta from the late '60s to mid-'70s. Essentially a SR-T101, its additional features include a split-image rangefinder screen, viewfinder visible aperture settings, a hot shoe and double exposure capability. This basic, manual operation camera with TTL metering is still popular today with students and casual photographers, as well as those who enjoy the simplicity of match-needle shooting.
ASA/ISO range 6 - 6400
Shutter speeds 1 - 1/1000 second plus B
Minolta MC lens mount