1999

Konica HEXAR RF system

Discontinued

Konica HEXAR RF is a 35mm film rangefinder camera with Leica M mount, electronically controlled shutter with speeds ranging from 16 to 1/4000 sec, and automatic exposure, introduced to the market on October 13, 1999. A limited line of high-end M-Hexanon lenses was released for the camera.

In 2001, Konica produced a chrome-finish Konica HEXAR RF Limited in a release of 2001 units, supplied in a set with a new M-Hexanon 50mm f/1.2 lens (not sold separately).

Camera lineup

Leica M mount lens lineup

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Completeness of lens lineup
    Enthusiast photography
    75%

    No dedicated lenses for distant subjects photography, wild nature photography.

    Professional photography
    60%

    No dedicated lenses for professional wild nature photography, architectural photography with perspective correction, professional macrophotography.

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