Minolta X300 and 50mm f1.7 lens. Very clean and tidy (tatty case is included though) and just had a full CLA at Luton Camera. Good sturdy Japanese built manual SLR with a pin sharp lens.
The Minolta X-300 is a 35mm manual focus SLR using the SR lens mount (often wrongly referred to as the MC or MD mount, which were actually lens series) which was used on all Minolta manual focus 35mm SLR bodies (except for the Minolta ER) begining in 1958. The X-300 is based on the earlier X-570 but had features removed by Minolta to reduce the price tag. The X-300, and its many kin — the X-370, X-300s, X-370n, X-9, X-7A, X-370s — became the basis of Minolta’s manual-focus SLR cameras after the introduction of the auto-focus Maxxum line. The various X-370’s were less expensive than the new, auto-focus cameras, but still had many of the features that a new or experienced photographer.