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148 pages

Popular Science

1985-04

"Only the human eye focuses faster than the Maxxum," claims Minolta. Well, possibly. It certainly is fast. My own experience lends credence to Minolta's figures: 0.35 second for 24- and 28-mm lenses, 0.60 sec. for 50-mm lenses, ...

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192 pages

How to select & use Minolta Maxxum SLR cameras

Creator: Carl Shipman | Photography - 1989

The lens is held in place by three lugs on the lens that fit behind three lugs on the camera body. This is a bayonet mount. The MAXXUM lens mount is called the Minolta A (Autofocus) mount. It's a little larger in diameter than the mount ...

Publisher: Hp Books

About this book
Describes each model of the Minolta Maxxum thirty-five millimeter camera and their accessories, discusses films, exposure metering, and lighting, and offers advice on taking pictures



164 pages

Popular Photography

1985-03

The Maxxum bayonet is called the Minolta A Mount, and is exclusively for the new Maxxum camera and presumable successors. Minolta Maxxum lenses cannot be used with any previous Minolta SLR, and the lenses for these cameras will not fit ...


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Minolta Maxxum 7000 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Minolta MAXXUM 7000 (7000 AF in Europe and α-7000 in Japan) 35mm SLR camera was introduced in February 1985. It was the first camera to feature both integrated ...

Minolta Maxxum AF 70-210mm F/4 Telephoto Zoom Lens
The Maxxum 70-210 f/4 telephoto is presently the most sought after medium telephoto in the Maxxum line up. It has obtained a "cult-like" status amongst Minolta ...

Minolta A-mount system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Minolta A-mount camera system was a line of photographic equipment from Minolta. The system used a lens mount called A-mount, with a flange focal distance 44.50 mm.

Disassembly of Minolta Maxxum 28-135mm f/4 Zoom Lens - PBase
This beautifully made, all metal lens is probably the best example of the craftsmanship that Minolta put into their products in the early 80s

Minolta Maxxum HTsi Plus 35mm SLR Camera Kit w/ 28-80mm Lens
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    Minolta 70-210 AF Zoom Lens for Maxxum 9 f/4.5-5.6

    0 5/5 John R Rish - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Minolta 70-210mm AF Zoom Lens for Maxxum 9 SLR, f/4.5-5.6 (Electronics) Minolta 70-210 AF Zoom Lens for Maxxum 9 f/4.5-5.6 fits my Sony alpha 100 and 900 perfectly and was in great condition 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 24, 2014

    Great Lens for the Money!

    0 5/5 Magnum - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Minolta 70-210mm AF Zoom Lens for Maxxum 9 SLR, f/4.5-5.6 (Electronics) I still enjoy shooting film and wanted this lens for my Minolta 35mm camera. The price was right and I took a chance. I am very pleased. My photos were crisp and the lens didn't have a soft spot. Tho only negative aspect was there were a couple of bar code labels on it that I couldn't remove completely and I did not want to use any cleaning solvents fearing they may damage the lens 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 11, 2014
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    0 5/5 Amazon Customer (Fresno, CA United States) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Fotodiox Pro Lens Mount Adapter w/ Aperture Iris, Sony Alpha (Minolta AF) Lens to Nikon F-Mount Camera such as D7200 & D5000 (Camera) I love being able to attach old Minolta lenses to my Nikon D5000 and Nikon D7000. I know it is probably not the same as high-end Nikon glass or even the Tamron or Sigma lenses, but I am able to use lenses that I inherited from my parents from their old Minolta Maxxum film camera. I did not expect the lenses to work the same as the newer ones and realized the limitations when I bought the adapter. I am quite pleased with the purchase. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 26, 2013

    Good Product

    0 4/5 Kevin - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Fotodiox Pro Lens Mount Adapter w/ Aperture Iris, Sony Alpha (Minolta AF) Lens to Nikon F-Mount Camera such as D7200 & D5000 (Camera) Took a risk by buying it without any previous reviews. The product is good and my Sony Alpha lenses work with my Nikon D5100. But make sure your camera is set to manual mode and flash is also set to manual mode. - Otherwise you will get a message on your Nikon saying effectively that no lens is present. You also wont be able to take any pics with the flash set to TTLThe product is well packaged and comes with a neat pouch to store it in.To conclude - don't buy it expecting it to be a cheap solution to beat buying additional Nikon lens for your Nikon camera. Truth is Sony and Nikon have totally different systems and they did'nt design their products targetting usage on other brands. For what it manages to do - this adapter is great to have. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 26, 2012

    I'm having trouble with it.

    0 1/5 Crystal C.. - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Fotodiox Pro Lens Mount Adapter w/ Aperture Iris, Sony Alpha (Minolta AF) Lens to Nikon F-Mount Camera such as D7200 & D5000 (Camera) Does this work with a Sony Alpha Lens(not a Minolta)? I have the D5100 on manual and, after reading a previous post that mentioned the D5100 I set flash to manual. I cannot set an F-stop and cannot focus. Looking through the viewfinder the scene looks like it is focus. But viewing the picture on the computer shows that it is not. There were no instructions enclosed, but I did notice a ring just above where it attaches to the camera that moves. That ring determines the amount of light - darker when turned to the left, lighter when turned to the right. There is also a shiny, small blue tab above that ring and I have no idea what that is for. The D5100 has controls for B&W contrast and saturation and for using filters but I cannot get to them. It says lens not attached. If anyone has any solutions, please tell me what they are. I am on the verge of returning this, but I would rather have it work and keep it! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 1, 2013
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