Another 'Gift' -- A MINOLTA AUTOCORD , must be from the 1950's. I could not find this exact Model in research as there were about 17 models with different shutters and lenses . THIS one has the earlier OPTIPER -MXS with top speed of 1/400th , 'X' and 'M' flash synch, Delayed action lever, 75mm f3.2 View-Rokkor top lens and 75mm f3.5 Chiyoko Rokkor taking lens.It has the 'Autocord type' Focus lever, viewfinder Magnifier,'Sports' Viewfinder and a flash accessory shoe on the side (which would not fit a flash I tried) It takes 'Bayonet 1 Rollei' lens hood ! This Camera is now 'very happy' -- i cleaned all the lenses back and front, taking off the viewing hood 4 screws and the reflex mirror was filthy and all dirt inside the viewing box has been removed -- a small amount of 'Neatsfoot Oil' on the black leather cover and the brown case-- the stitches have all gone rotten though. Minolta Autocord by Peter Elgar, on Flickr Full Aperture Test under dull light. Minolta Autocord FULL APERTURE Test by Peter Elgar, on Flickr Definition Test stopped down to f14 as light was bright for 250ASA Rated Ilford XP2400 Super used Minolta Autocord definition test by Peter Elgar, on Flickr COLOUR Test on Fuji Superia 100 at f6.3 1955 Minolta Autocord Colour Tests by Peter Elgar, on Flickr I had LIGHT Leaks on the colour film - I had a look and the light seals were black 'Twine' -- that dreadful Japanese FOAM had not been invented in the early 1950's so I replaced it with black hard foam strips.