Written on: 31/01/2009
I love my Maxxum 75, and every time I use it I wonder why I don't use it more. it has a button called AF/MF. It allows you to switch from manual focus to auto by just pushing a convenient button on the back with your thumb. I feels great. it has everything you'd want in a camera. it's a film camera that cost lots of money to process film if you love to shoot a lot. (read more)
Written on: 28/11/2008
I have most of them, my favourite is the 3xi its fast and simple to use. The pics are great! A far cry better than cannon eos models in my opinion.
A Minolta goes with me on every shoot, I know ill get good results-every time - there like that timex watch they take a lickin and keep on tickin! (read more)
Written on: 26/12/2003 by SUJOY KHANRA (1 review written)
An ardent fan of Minolta, I was overjoyed to see the specs of this Minolta Maxxum 7 camera, ever since it was launched...ultimately bought it diching my old mate Dynax 500si. The body construction, apart from the features, is a vast improvement, and the grip is definitely solid, especialy after trying out Dynax 5 at the shop. This is great tool for creative photography, and has opened a vast spectrum of choices with all the advanced features. Autofocus must be faster, as my old lenses... (read more)
Written on: 06/08/2002 by Dave.
Overall I'm very happy with this camera. I'm an amateur photographer and am constantly trying to improve my pics. The ability to go back and see what your camera was set on eg. F-stop, shutter speed, focal distance, time and date, and exposure, It lets you see what works and what doesn't and is great when you get your photos back from the developer. Aperture and shutter speeds are easily set on the move and can easily be seen in the rear viewing screen or through the viewfinder. One great... (read more)
Written on: 20/06/2002 by Garnet.
I found that the Maxxum 7 35mm SLR camera gave me the most bang for my buck compared to other leading brands. I love this camera and would recommend it to anyone. (read more)