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- Product InformationIt is quiet tough to take pictures of birds in flight and of players in action, but with the Minolta Maxxum 7000AF camera you can achieve sharp and precise images of scene with moving objects. The professional and passionate photographer’s delight, this Minolta camera with lens comes with the TTL phase detecting autofocus for that quick shoot. Featuring aperture priority, this Minolta SLR camera lets you select the required aperture while the shutter speed is accordingly adjusted. Shutter priority is yet another feature similar to aperture priority on this Minolta camera with lens that lets you select shutter speed while it adjusts the aperture. Only a proprietary hot shoe can be attached to this Minolta SLR camera for attaching flash. Use the 50 mm lens available with the Minolta Maxxum 7000AF camera to secure quality wide angle images.
- ModelMaxxum 7000AF with 50 mm lens Kit
- MPNDoes Not Apply
- Camera TypeSLR
- Film Type35mm
- Film Format2.4 x 3.6 cm
- Focus TypeAuto
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- deadman1801May 04, 2015by
I absolutely love this camera, and the quality of film it produces.
This is exactly what I was hoping for when I read about the fantastic Minolta Maxxum 7000 with Auto-Focus. It's a very versatile camera, it worked for all scenarios I was in, including indoor poorly light photos, and bright outside sunshine filled photos. It still holds its value to this day, however if I had to complain I'd have to point out that it's not the quietest cameras, so taking pictures of animals will probably spook them. It's also not a very powerful zoom, but there's plenty of extensions for that.
- f0t0gr4f0Jan 03, 2013by
First real auto focus reflex of the world (1985)
Presented in 1985, that´s the first real auto focus reflex of the world. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minolta_Maxxum_7000 "This was not just a manual focus camera with autofocus added. It was truly a revolutionary camera in that it redefined what an SLR was with the addition of computer chips in the camera body, lenses, and accessories." Very reliable, the Program Mode sets Exposure Time & Aperture with perfection. There are manual controls also and that´s where the 1980s design shows itself: instead of wheels to set aperture and time, you have buttons. There´s also a beep mode, that beeps when AF system "finds" the focus. Besides these special features, everything else is like the actual DSLRs. A Maxxum 7000AF with a prime 50/1.7, 28/2.8 and a 100/2.8 from 1985 is a good set that can match and overcome any entry level DSLR from 2012. Read full review
- greataknatonMar 05, 2014by
My dream comes true.
I always dream with a Minolta Maxxum 7000, but for theb prioce I never buy one. Now in the retire, I boughtha Minolta Mxzxum 7000. It works GREAT, the is in an excellent cosditions outside you think because th cam looks geat, the first owner was a very handle person and keep the cam in optimum conditions. I did a great buy with this cam. The cam have instrucctions directions, the case, another lens and a new film roll. I did a great deal with the cam.
- 1135401420@dele...Nov 27, 2012by
i really wanted a slr.....i'm happy ..good deal
i got a great deal, and i really like the camera. sweet pic.the 50mm lenea works wonderfully. what more can i say?
- casavolente6Jan 10, 2014by
bought camera to get lens for another Minolta I own. camera and lens both work perfectly. am completely satisfied with purchase. real bargain.
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