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I just came into possession of a Minolta Model SRT 102 Old camera. The camera has several lenses and one is attached-i dont know how to take the lens off the camera body, can anyone give me instructions to do this? thanks, Paul

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I don't personally know this model. Do you see some little clips along the inside rim of the lens? On some cameras you simply push in the little clips and the lens comes off/on others you unscrew it. Is the lens on the camera a minolta? If not there may be a lens adapter on there as well. Read on each little ring and tell me what they say. and in the meantime I'll try to find more info on your specific camera.

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