Minolta Super A
The super A is a heavy camera at 810 grams and that is without the lightmeter on top which weighs an additional 135 grams. The shutter ranges from 1 to 1/400 sec however the 1/400 second setting is nearly hidden on the dial and is not available when using the light meter. It does have interchangeable lenses, I only have the one 50mm f2 which is a reasonable performer even wide open. The other lenses are quite rare. The 50mm f2.0 provides a smooth out of focus area often referred to as bokeh just outside of the area of focus but distant out of focus areas are quite nervous looking. This look is distinct from what you get from modern lenses. Its effect can be seen best in the image of the railroad.
The apertures are set at definitive click stops and at f5.6 and f8 produce an interesting aperture shape that looks like a 10 pointed star.