Minolta answers the call! Not wanting to be left out of the pro market, Minolta in 1973 responded to Nikon's F2 by creating the XK. Built as a part of a full system, which included the new, specially designed Rokkor-X lenses, the XK became the basis for Minolta's future generations of electronic cameras. Today, the XK has a loyal following of fans who appreciate its durability, fine craftsmanship and performance.
AE prism allows aperture priority auto exposure
Electronically controlled titanium shutter
Large selection of finders, screens, close-up and other accessories