Minolta X-700 Review

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oniko's review of Minolta X-700

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“these are manual focus film based cameras of which...”

Written on: 09/07/2010 by oniko (35 reviews written)

these are manual focus film based cameras of which there are many lower level models such as the X- 300 and X-370s models



the X-300 models are called seagulls in asia area while are centons in europe



the X-700 is programme-manual and aperture prority SLR camera with the now minolta bayonet mount. the new sony and old minolta auto focus lenses will not fit



why do you need one? they are small, light, run on cheap button batteries for years, very cheap , with lots of photographic control and with oodles and oodles of very cheap quality lenses around



i have brought bodies with the great f1.7 50mm for as little as $20.00 on our local version of ebay

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Written on: 18/11/2010

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