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- Product InformationThe Maxxum 300si is a Konica film camera for outdoor activities like hiking, canoeing and skiing. The preprogrammed modes of this Minolta camera make shooting a breeze in any situations. Tough and durable, the Maxxum 300si is designed to withstand all kinds of conditions including snow, splashing water and harsh sunlight. This Minolta camera features auto as well as manual focus so that you can take pictures precisely as you wish. With easy to use controls, and equally easy to learn, the Maxxum 300si can be used by any novice. Different exposure settings with pictures on this Konica film camera take the guesswork out of what a particular exposure mode is used for.
- ModelMaxxum 300si Body Only
- Camera TypeSLR
- Film Type35mm
- Lens MountMinolta A-Type
- Focus TypeAuto & Manual
- Number of Focusing Points1
- Shutter Speed30 to 1/2000 sec
- Maximum Flash Sync Speed1/90 sec
- Frames per Second1 fps
- Manual Shooting ModesProgram Shift
- Flash Recycling Time2 sec
- Red Eye ReductionWith Red Eye Reduction
- Flash Guide Number12
- Film Auto TransportLoading,Rewind
- Viewfinder Frame Coverage90%
- Viewfinder Magnification0.75X
- Depth2.75 in.
- Height4 in.
- Width5.81 in.
- Weight13.44 Oz
- Automatic Shooting ModeFully Auto,Landscape,Macro,Night,Portrait,Sports
- Additional FeaturesFocus Lock
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- qopbay09Mar 31, 2011by
Perfect for anyone who has little photography knowlege.
Although its an older maxxum model, the picture quality is very good. With the right lens, it will take great pictures, and that's what you want in a camera. This camera fits the bill. Only problem is that coming from a manual camera this new point and shot I need to get use to it. I think that it is the perfect fit for anyone who has little photography knowledge and wants to take better than average pictures, for the beginner as well. This is the right camera for them. Anyone with skill can override the autofocus and frame the picture and focus it manually. For the causal user, this is the perfect camera. When it is time to go digital your lens investment will still be there working for you. The lens are excellent, and perfect. If you go to a Minolta digital the lens are interchangable. I am very pleased with this purchase. Read full review
- stephenlepMar 30, 2010by
The maxxum uses minolta glass so the image is going to be fairly good. And it's very easy to use in that it threads the film and controls all aspects of the camera automatically. But the camera is very light and inexpensive, originally. Dare I say it? It's a cheap camera that can take some good images. However, because of the age the electronics tend to fail and it costs way more to repair them than to replace them. They are so cheap on ebay you can simply buy a new one until you get one that works and keep on shooting. The primary drawback for this camera from a technical viewpoint is it's virtually total lack of control. An experienced SLR shooter is accustomed to being able to control the aperture and shutter speeds, the depth of field, and so forth. The Maxxum 300si has some program modes that can be used but that's it. The camera still makes all the decisions. If you understand the SLR you can use the program modes to get a wider or tighter aperture and so forth but exact control is not there. It's a cheap camera that gives you the advantage of being able to change lenses like an SLR without having to learn how to use an SLR. If you have SLR skills you may be able to tweak more out of this camera than the average joe. But the glass is ok and as we all should know, it's always more about the photographer and what and how they are composing their photographs than the camera. Cheap cameras and can make fabulous images if they are used well. I like mine and use it on occasion. Read full review
- celebseekerOct 29, 2015by
This camera performs well, was securely packed and shipped quickly, and is a great value!
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- solice01Jul 11, 2010by
This is my second Minolta Camera and I totally love it. The auto focus feature is great if your a beginner or an expert. The camera body is contoured on the right side to fit comfortably in your hand so you don't drop it. These days people are leaning towards digital cameras and I like the ability to have an actual old school photo in my hands. This camera takes very clear photos.
- donrayharrisJan 14, 2010by
Truly a Great Buy
I was looking for a replacement for my old Minolta X-7. I wanted something that would go with the new digital Sony Alpha camera when I make the switch. This camera was in EXCELLENT shape and it fit the bill. Only problem is that coming from a manual camera this new "point and shot" takes some getting use to. I think that it is the perfect fit for anyone who has little photography knowledge and wants to take better than average pictures. This is the camera for them. Anyone with skill can override the autofocus and frame the picture and focus it manually. For the beginner as well as the causal user, this is the perfect camera. When it is time to go digital your lens investment will be still there working for you. The lens are excellent. Everything works and the lenses on perfect. I am very pleased with this purchase. Read full review
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