I recently picked up a Minolta X-370 for pretty cheap ($25). It came in a nice leather case too but it was very dirty, and the picture you see above is after I spent some time detailing it. There was a roll of film in the camera already, but the counter was still on “S”, so I opened the film door and noticed that someone had attempted to put film in there but never finished. I correctly loaded the cam, and decided to shoot with the “risky” film that was already in there.
I shot the roll and got it developed at Colonial Photo & Hobby (great lab, by the way). Shooting with the X-370 was fun. It was comfortable and simple. When I got the film back, the shots had a super green and faded type of tint to them. This was a case for bringing analogue and digital together. I was able to salvage some of the photos by working with them in lightroom. Below you can see some of the before and after shots.