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Sorry, but no -- a Konica FS-1 uses a different mount than either the Minolta MC/MD or the A mount. Konica did buy out Minolta, but this was quite a while after the FS-1, FT-1, etc., had been discontinued. They also sold the Minolta camera division off to Sony quite soon after acquiring Minolta. As far as I know, there was never any work done on creating ...
The framelines are, indeed for framing. Specifically, they are for framing the in-focus subject. With a rangefinder (or a bright/brilliant finder), you do not have the same view of the subject as the lens does; you are looking through something that is (usually) slightly above and to one side of the lens. (With the Rapid, it is in fact significantly above ...
A Minolta MC/MD to 4/3 adapter would seem to fill the bill. There's one available here (at about $180), and there may be others (my search turned up a few discontinued makes). The MC lens is compatible with the Minolta MD mount, if that helps in your search at all.
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