Minolta XE-5

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The Minolta XE-5 was a 35 mm single-lens reflex camera from Minolta of Japan, introduced in 1975.[1] It was a simplified and lower-cost version of Minolta's XE/XE-1/XE-7, keeping that camera's automatic exposure but removing viewfinder displays, multiple-exposure capability, the built-in eyepiece shutter (replaced by a viewfinder cap on the shoulder strap), the film tab holder and the film advance window. The model was produced until 1977, when it was replaced by the Minolta XG-7.


  1. ^ "XE-5". Manual Minolta. Retrieved 2007-09-17.