Minolta Autopak-8 D6

marketed in 1970

production: 1970-1974

silent super 8 cartridge

lens: Rokkor f: 1.8 \ F: 8.4-50 mm

zooming ratio: 6x

focusing: manual, microprism

zooming: auto with 2 speeds and manual

filter size: 49 mm

viewfinder: single-lens reflex with adjustable eyepiece

viewfinder information: aperture scale, under and over-exposure warning signal, shutter opening, safe-run signal, film-end signal, battery indicator lamp

exposure: fully automatic exposure control; TTL EE, CdS cell

EE lock: yes

backlight control buton: yes

film speed: auto for 25/40, 40/ 64, 64/100, 100/160 ASA (daylight/tungsten)

CCA filter: built-in, filter 85A, coupled with movie light, filter-retracting screw

shutter opening: rotary type with speeds of 1/40 sec (single frame, 18 fps), 1/72 sec (32 fps)

filming speed: 18, 32 fps, single frame

interval timer: with intervalometer-P or intervalometer-S

sound: no

remote control socket: yes

cable release socket: no

movie light socket: screw type

synchronized flash socket: yes

handle: retractable, compartment for batteries

battery check button: yes

film drive motor: DC micromotor

power source: 4 x AA dry batteries only

weight: 1250 g

dimensions: 70 x 128 x 196

tripod socket: 1/4"

made in Japan by Minolta

  • Minolta had 2 intervalometers: intervalometer-P (from 0.5 to 60 seconds) intervalometer-S (from 0.2 second to 10 minutes)