Written on: 28/02/2009 by nikonian (11 reviews written)
The Konica Minolta Dimage is a fair old model has a few good points like the many manual settings. I have shot some great photo's with it but you have to use 1 GB SD memory otherwise it won't work. (read more)
Written on: 15/07/2005 by edward2910 (23 reviews written)
Konica Minolta Dimage Z3 - Yes, it is an excellent piece of kit. The 12x zoom is superb, and alone makes the asking price worthwhile. Battery life is good (I'm using 2500mAh rechargeable NiMh), and all features easy to use. Printout is top quality, but do beware some purple fringeing at top resolution. It's not enough to make a difference to printouts but is visible when viewing on a PC monitor. (read more)
Written on: 04/02/2005 by jreid (1 review written)
In a nutshell, the only thing you need to decide upon here is whether you like how the Minolta Dimage Z3 looks. I like it, but I can appreciate how it wouldn't be to everyone's taste -- what is?
If you can get over your initial reaction to the somewhat futuristic style, you'll soon realise that there's functionality in there as well; flip on the viewfinder and you see that you never need to take the camera from your eye because of the perfect ergonomical positioning of the controls, such... (read more)
Written on: 06/01/2005 by Artist (4 reviews written)
I bought my Minolta Dimage Z3 after reading good reviews in various places and I can honestly say they are not wrong. I have been into photography for about 15 years and I also own a Minolta Dynax 4 SLR which too is brilliant!
The features on the camera are too many to mention here and the quality of the printed pics is outstanding plus having anti-shake on a camera of this price is very good. The zoom is one of the highest around (12x) the macro funtction is brilliant.
My ony real gripe... (read more)
Written on: 13/12/2004 by dragonlord 2004
The Konica Minolta Dimage Z3 has the most amazing 12 times optical zoom lens. As a general camera for outside use it is very hard for me to fault. The zoom lens is backed up by a very competent anti shake/image stabiliser that cuts in when you press the shutter release button half way, also locking the focus at the same time. The stabiliser is a true marvel here. When using maximum zoom (optical, I don't use digital), holding the camera in hand and not on a tripod, the results are still 99... (read more)
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