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Written on: 19/06/2011
What a camera this is. Always wanted one, but could never afford one when brand new. Had to settle for the Minolta 800si; 9000(2nd hand) 600si; then the Dynax 7. I do not know why Minolta never caught on in the UK. They were at the front of technology development. I finally got the Dynax 9 in the last few weeks. Second hand, but well looked after. I did not even have to look at the manual supplied with it, in order to work out how to use it. Just look at the top plate and you can see… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/01/2008 by pg435 (1 review written)
The Minolta Maxxum 9 is the strongest camera ever build and exposes 100% in variable conditions.
Take it to extreme heat or cold and it will leave all others behind still today.
January 2008 no doubt!… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/01/2002 by Nick Carroll. (1 review written)
As a working pro, the choice to go Minolta was not an easy one. The F5 and EOS1NRS had me tempted for a long while, and it took me to actually road-test a Maxxum 9 to make up my mind. I use the 9 every day, and I can honestly say that it has never failed me.
I will say though that to get the best out of this camera you will need to use Minolta 'G' lenses. If you simply can't afford to go 'G', try one of the new 'EX' pro range from Sigma. If you only buy one camera in your life, make it this… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/11/2001 by J.D.. (1 review written)
I don't have anything to compare it to as the last SLR camera I bought was the minolta 9000 , it was and is still a good camera , But things have really changed . I have read many reviews on many cameras and they never talk about operation only the fact that their purchase was the best . I suspect that whatever you buy today and don't drop will work for everybody if it is in this price range , give or take a few hundred dollars for ego . Being able to select mode and meter settings quickly is a… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/06/2001 by turtle. (1 review written)
The Minolta Maxxum 9 is a great camera. changing film in middle of roll is great addition. the body style is also great. As you can see I am a minolta maxxum user. I also have a maxxum 600si camera… Read Full Review
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