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81. Minolta Freedom Zoom 150 Camera
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82. Minolta Maxxum XTsi QD Panorama
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83. Minolta Freedom Zoom 130 Quartz
84. Minolta Dimage Scan Elite II
$200.00 list($273.99)
85. Minolta Freedom 115 Date 35mm
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86. Konica Minolta 400 Speed 27 Exposure
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87. Minolta Freedom Zoom 125 Panorama
$199.99 $185.99 list($219.99)
88. Konica Minolta Activa 8x42D WP
$124.99 $124.97 list($199.00)
89. Minolta DiMAGE Master - Image
$128.24 $99.95 list($139.99)
90. Konica Minolta Activa 12x25 WP
$516.79 $441.71 list($707.18)
91. Konica Minolta CMYK Toner Value
$14.80
92. Minolta QUEST GOLD 4 AA 1600MAH
$100.54 list($119.99)
93. Konica Minolta 8x18 Ultra Compact
94. Minolta Freedom Zoom Supreme EX
$125.00 list($399.99)
95. Minolta Dimage 2300 2.3MP Digital
$52.99 $51.99 list($59.99)
96. Konica Minolta 8594-417 8 x 40
$49.95 list($129.99)
97. Minolta Freedom Action Zoom 90
$250.99 list($349.99)
98. Minolta Freedom Zoom 150 Date
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99. Konica Minolta Activa 10x25 WP
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81. Minolta Freedom Zoom 150 Camera (Limited to Stock on Hand)
list price: $244.99
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Asin: B00006B86M
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 9460
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82. Minolta Maxxum XTsi QD Panorama Date 35mm SLR Camera (Body Only)
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B00004TJ7U
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 9568
Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Minolta Maxxum XTsi combines all the control of traditional manualSLR cameras with automatic functions for flexibility and creative control. Ithas a precise, three-point crosscut auto focusing system able to track a subjectquickly and efficiently. The camera then constructs a sophisticated 14-segmentmetering pattern around the subject and makes slight adjustments to set thecorrect exposure.

With a unique eye-start operation, the Maxxum XTsi providesan instant response to any situation. When the camera is brought to the eye, theautofocus and auto exposure systems are activated automatically, without havingto touch the shutter-release button. You can also select several shooting modes,including portrait, landscape, close-up, sports/action, and night portrait mode.In aperture priority mode, the camera's system will automatically select thecorrect shutter speed when you choose an aperture. In shutter priority mode, youcan select any shutter speed and the XTsi will set the best lens aperture.However, if you prefer, the Maxxum XTsi is also manually adjustable. This isideal in unusual shooting conditions.

The built-in flash provides coverage to28mm, with synch speeds up to 1/125 seconds. It features a red-eye reductionpreflash and can be used in all exposure modes. With continuous film advance,you can shoot up to two frames per second, so you'll catch all the action. Youhave a choice of regularly framed shots or panorama format pictures, and dateimprinting can be switched on or off as desired. ... Read more

Features

  • ARRAY(0x819c160)
  • Compact, automatic SLR 35mm camera
  • Built-in automatic flash
  • 3-point crosscut auto focusing
  • Unique eye-start operation; panorama option and date/time imprinting

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars You can't get a better camera for the price!
This camera has all the features (such as Multiple exposure, Self timer, high speed flash sync. etc.) that
one could possibly expect from a 35mm SLR at a price that is extremely competitive.
You would have to pay $150 to $200 more to get the same versatility from another manufacturer such as Nikon or Canon. Not even to mention the accessories, which inevitably one will feel the urge to buy. I personally use this camera with Sigma lenses that work like a dream with this equipment.
Sure, there are more expensive cameras out there, but if one takes the time to compare features it is hard to justify another $500 + for only minor differences which the average photographer will never even use.
The 14 segment honeycomb pattern metering is very accurate and produces great results.
The various preset programs produce great pictures, but if you prefer to take over the controls you'll find that this camera offers easy to understand manual functions and allows you to select various modes with aperture or shutter speed priority.

5-0 out of 5 stars Minolta Maxxum XTsi QD
After doing a lot of searching (and driving my husband crazy with all the research), I opted for this camera because we had an older Minolta and all the lenses which would be interchangeable with our new camera. The day I got the camera I took pictures - and they turned out great. Just point and shoot. Our vacation pictures are terrific and very clear and sharp. I love the automatic eye focus. The only drawback, which won't be a drawback once I know all the different options, is that there is so much you can do with this camera. I can hardly wait to start experimenting.

5-0 out of 5 stars I Love This Camera!!
After days of research on the net, I decided my camera purchase would be the xtsi. I have been very happy with this camera for over a year. It is a great camera to grow with. It is very easy to learn. My instruction booklet is worn out. I purchased the 28-105mm sigma lens. I just recently purchased another sigma lens 100-300mm. My pictures turn out great. If any of my pictures don't turn out it's do to my error. I play around with the different features all the time. I stopped using the flash on the camera and purchased the Maxxum flash 3500xi. I highly recommend this flash.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent, full-featured choice, provides excellent results
I was really pleased with my Minolta 7000i (bought used six years ago), great photos, no problems. When I wanted to get the next stage camera, I only looked at Minoltas. I chose the XTsi for it's ability to be used as an everyday camera (automatic, program mode), and all the features that make the manual photography so fun. Photos (developed at home or by processing plant) come out crystal clear, sharp, vibrant. The camera is sooo light in comparison to similar models. Batteries last a long time (although I did prefer the common AAA batteries of it's predicesor). While I love Minolta's cameras, I admit to using only Sigma lenses (look at the Sigma 28-105 Aspherical - a great universal lens for this camera)

4-0 out of 5 stars Minolta XTsi
This is a good camera. Many features for the price. I bought it to replace a Minolta 5000i that died after 10 years. The camera is much lighter than the 5000i. It almost feels delicate but has held up well so far. The autofocus is much improved and will work in situations where the 5000i was confused. I thought the eye start animation would be a nuisance but it is great for travel. The only feature I don't like is the auto pop up flash which pops up even in bright sunlight. The Auto pop up flash and the eye start animation can be quickly disabled. The manual features are much more complete than the 5000i. The spot metering is also a great feature. This camera just about does it all and is a great buy. ... Read more


83. Minolta Freedom Zoom 130 Quartz Date Kit 35mm Camera
list price: $269.99
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Asin: B0000631Z0
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 5343
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Freedom Zoom 130 is a compact camera, packed with a versatile 3.5x zoom lens ranging from 37.5mm to 130mm. Loaded with advanced features, the Freedom Zoom 130 allows you to take advantage of fully automatic point-and-shoot photography.

With its new multibeam autofocus, the camera employs four infrared beams to accurately ensure proper focus on your subject. The Freedom Zoom 130 is programmed with a variety of shooting modes to optimize results under specific conditions, such as the night portrait, landscape/night view, and exposure-compensation modes.

The Freedom Zoom 130's elegantly sculpted body has a front shell made of quality stainless steel for protection and sophisticated design. The silent rewind function reduces the distracting noise of the film-transporter motor when the film is rewound, an important feature when wanting to remain inconspicuous during quite moments.

The built-in quartz data back imprints the date or time right onto the photo, making it very useful for cataloging photographs and making photo records of important events. Data imprinting can be turned on or off as desired.

Other features include:

  • A film-chamber lock function prevents accidental opening of the back cover
  • Film advancing is silent thanks to new belt-drive system and nylon gears
  • The night-portrait mode blends flash with longer shutter speeds to provide greater detail in night-time scenic or sunset shots
  • The landscape/night view mode sets the autofocus to infinity for postcard-quality landscape shots and night scenes--even through glass
  • An IR remote control RC-3 offers immediate and 2-second delay from as far away as 16.4 feet
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Features

  • Pocket-sized camera with a full 3.5x zoom lens with range of 37.5mm to 130mm
  • Multi-beam autofocus employs four infrared beams to accurately ensure proper focus
  • Flash fires automatically whenever necessary with red-eye reduction
  • Selectable date imprint function for cataloging photos
  • Automatic film transport with film chamber lock to prevent accidental film exposures

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars vhorner
Great camera. After trying 5 other brands, this was the best. It isn't noted, but the camera also comes with a case and a battery. Zoom is very fast and retracts quickly. Flash is a bit slow, but given the other cameras on the market in terms of quality, speed of zoom (very important to me), small size, well-located viewfinder and easy to work/well located controls, a slightly slow flash is a trade-off I am willing to make. Like cars, there is nothing out there right now that is going to give you the whole perfect package - this camera is by far the best out there!

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy, yet affordable
This camera was very easy to learn how to use. I have never had pictures come out this clear and prestine. I highly recommend this camera for anyone who is not a professional photographer but wants professional quality. I love that this camera is small and will fit anywhere. It looks great too! I don't, however, recommend this camera for action shots. Too much of a delay.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good for its price
This camera has worked well to record all the memorable moments of my life... ... Read more


84. Minolta Dimage Scan Elite II

Asin: B00006B86O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Minolta
Sales Rank: 39862
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85. Minolta Freedom 115 Date 35mm Camera
list price: $273.99
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Asin: B00005J90N
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 4467
Average Customer Review: 4.17 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • High-quality 3.1x zoom lens that lets you take dramatic close-ups
  • Automatic features to ensure you get sharp, detailed pictures with little or no effort at all
  • Ultra-thin, ultra-compact body that slips easily into a pocket or purse
  • Sophisticated Multi-beam AF system that uses up to 1,232 focusing steps to produce ultra-sharp images
  • Bersatile built-in flash with red-eye reduction

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great camera all around and dummy-proof as well.
I went into Target with a $100 limit to buy a new camera, and this one was $99.99. I do not want a digital yet since they need to be expensive to be good, but I have started freelancing for a local magazine and needed something better than a plain old autofocus, non-zoom, autoflash cheapie, which is what I was using with pretty decent results, but that one started malfunctioning. I know most people don't read the instruction booklets that come with cameras, but this one really can do a lot, so it is going to be a waste of your time and money if you don't check out everything that it can do. I recommend using a whole roll of film just trying out the different modes and experimenting. It does everything that a manual 35MM camera can do, but if you're like me and are likely to mess up on your manual settings and ruin a picture, this camera is going to be your best bet. And you can't beat the price. Most cameras at this price only zoom up to around 80MM.

1-0 out of 5 stars disappointed
They say it was delivered. I have never seen it and very disappointed. I think it should of been stated on delivery. I will never shop here again and will delete my account if I receive the last item I am waiting on. Not sellers fault but very poor decision in shipping. I think I should have been told. I work hard for my money and now I have lost $100.

5-0 out of 5 stars great buy...
its a great buy for people looking for something better than regular auto focus cameras and cheaper than SLRs...its features are simple and easy to use/understand...the zoom is really good and so is the flash range...

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Buy!
Did some research on Amazon, but I did not buy this here as Amazon does not ship internationally for electronics goods.
Anyway, have bought this camera for only a week and I am really impressed with the first roll of films I have taken. As it is now the Xmas season, I took a lot of outdoor pictures at night with all the Xmas lightings in the background. The pictures came out crystal clear, no red eye and very sharp. There are a couple of modes to choose from depending on where you are and it's pretty easy to use. I thought I will return this for an Olympus but I think I will stick with this. It's coming with me for my trip to Hong Kong on Xmas!

5-0 out of 5 stars MY CAMERA
I LIKE THE SIZE OF THE CAMERA AND THE EASE OF USE. IT TAKES SHARP AND CLEAR PICTURES. ... Read more


86. Konica Minolta 400 Speed 27 Exposure 35mm Film (4 Pack)
list price: $6.99
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Asin: B0001X6VMW
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Minolta
Sales Rank: 2867
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87. Minolta Freedom Zoom 125 Panorama Date 35mm Camera w/Remote Control
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B00004ZBTT
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 5333
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

One of the tiniest and lightest advanced 35mm compact cameras around,the Minolta Freedom Zoom 125 packs a lot of excellent features into its stylish,streamlined aluminum shell (with plastic backing). The fully automatic FreedomZoom 125 boasts a 37.5-125mm zoom lens for wide angles and excellent close-ups(sharp as close as 1.97 feet), along with a multi autofocus system, (so peoplestanding apart, for example, will still be in focus), and a three-segment lightmetering system with a highly accurate AE sensor for great exposures under mostconditions. Also included is a remote with a working range of approximately16.4 feet. It provides two shutter release modes: standard mode triggers theshutter as soon as the button on the remote control is pressed, while thedelayed mode takes the exposure two seconds after the button is pressed. Now youcan include yourself in the shot without racing against the self-timer. And, soyou'll never again have to wonder when you took those pictures, the Freedom Zoom125 comes with a time/date stamp.

Minolta used state-of-the-art 3-D CAD design technology to incorporate so manygreat features into such an ultracompact body. They also developed specialoptics for this camera that use a low number of double-sided aspheric lensesable to achieve high-quality pictures while not taking up much space. A trigonalroof prism allows for a shorter viewfinder optical system, too. All in all, thisis an excellent camera if you want something that fits in most pockets, yettakes high-quality photos to match those of most larger compact cameras. Onelast feature Minolta is proud of for its uniqueness: the film-chamber lockprevents the back of the camera from being opened when there is an active rollof film inside--the back won't open until the roll of film has been fullyrewound. ... Read more

Features

  • Lightweight, compact, and easy-to-carry
  • Minimum focus distance of 2 feet
  • Wide focus area
  • Panorama mode
  • Continuous film advance

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent compact camera
I consider myself an intermediate-level photographer. I bought this camera (3) years ago from The Wiz and have used it quite heavily in that time, taking both indoor and outdoor photos. I've also taken some nighttime photos at Christmas time with excellent results. I've been extremely happy with the image quality -- colors, clarity, vibrancy, sharpness. I've also been happy with the feel of the camera -- sturdy, doesn't feel cheap or clunky. I've taken a number of action shots with superb results except when I inadvertently move the camera. Generally I follow my subjects (children, pets, etc.) around with the camera on and the flash set properly. I keep my finger pressed lightly on the shutter button so the camera is focused on something. For me, this helps eliminates delays in autofocus and lag time between shots. I can take many shots in succession with very minimal and acceptable delay. Basically, in order to enjoy this camera, you have to have realistic expectations. For example, the flash isn't as strong as on SLR cameras, so you need to be mindful of this and use the proper film. In low light, I use 800 Kodak film. I've found this camera to be excellent for every conceivable purpose -- family portraits, close-ups, landscapes, etc. Battery life has been good for me. Each time I take in a roll to be developed, there is rarely a bad picture, and if there is, it is always my fault, not the camera's. There are (2) reasons why I'm not giving this camera (5) stars: 1) The red-eye reduction feature is inadequate. This is the one main drawback for me. I've used the standard techniques for minimizing this. When photographing adults, there's generally no problem. But pets and children can be challenging. Minolta could eliminate this problem by designing the camera with a pop-up flash similar to Nikon's. 2) In order to open the battery compartment, you need the camera cord, which has a special "key" on it to open the compartment. I don't like this since you could lose the cord or break the key.

Despite the above drawbacks, I highly recommend this camera. It has given me wonderful photographs for (3) years. It's now my back-up camera, as I've now bought one that's better at reducing red-eye. But still, it's a great camera. And if you get a photo CD, you can always try to reduce the red eye that way.

3-0 out of 5 stars Fuzzy Pictures
I just bought this camera for a month. I took a roll (400) of pictures but it came out fuzzy. It seemed like the lens can't focus the object right. Plus, it's not as perfect as I thought before I bought it. Anyway, I like the style and the compact size of this camera. I would still recommend it as it comes with a remote control which I think it's worth for the price.

This is my second review on this camera and it's been six months already. I think the camera is getting better and better. Might be the first roll (400) I didn't use it properly, so that's why they pictures came out fuzzy. Then I started using regular 100 and 200, the pictures are very good actually. I would strongly recommend it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great choice
I have a Fuji Tiara APS point and shoot that I am extremely happy with. A friend of mine has a Rollei Prego 125 zoom in 35 mm that has also performed well for him. When another friend of mine was looking to replace his old camera with a compact point and shoot model, I went to a store near me that carries at least a couple of dozen different models of point and shoot cameras, to see what was available since I had purchased mine 15 months ago. This field changes so rapidly that even one year is enough to produce substantial changes in the offerings.

For example, in a recent photo book I just read (Photography for Dummies), the author mentioned the amazing fact that 15 times as many people are buying compact point-and-shoot models as are purchasing the so-called "system cameras," that is, the typical camera with interchangeable lenses offered by all the main camera makers. What this means is that the vast majority of the major maker's research budget is now going into developing small point-and-shoot cameras. And twice as many people as bought point-and-shoots purchased disposible cameras last year. Who would have thought?

This store didn't have the Fuji Tiara or the Rollei Prego, but they did have this model and also the Minolta Explorer EX, as well as many of the other top point and shoot cameras offered today, such as the Olympus Stylus Epic and Infinity models, which are also great little performers.

This camera caught my eye as it's one of the smallest cameras out there offering all these features. I usually recommend people not go over 3X in a zoom lens in a small point-and-shoot, but with this little camera, I am willing to make an exception. Although I haven't tested it myself personally, the lens is supposed excellent. It consists of 6 elements in 6 groups, including aspherical elements, and has a 900-step focusing system, all of which are supposed to create a very sharp lens.

Another useful feature is the passive rather than active focusing system. Active focusing uses infrared to focus, and this creates problems trying to snap a quick shot through a window, or the windshield of your car, because the infrared beam will bounce off the glass six inches in front of your nose, producing a blurred shot. This means you have to enable "infinity lock" before you shoot, which is an extra step that could even cause you to miss the picture. Passive focus systems are usually sensitive to vertical lines, so this isn't a problem with them. This is the only complaint I have with my Fuji Tiara model.

The new Nikon 125mm point and shoot also uses aspherical optics and is supposed to be very sharp also. If you decide not to go with the Explorer EX, you might want to check out this model.

1-0 out of 5 stars hate this camera
I bought this camera after the Ricoh I had for 8 years broke. I have taken 5 rolls of pictures in two months and am not happy with any of them. I keep trying, but I can't seem to take a good picture. They are either dark or fuzzy. The red-eye reduction feature takes too long. By the time the camera actually takes the picture, my kids have turned away. But without the red eye reduction, everyone's eyes are big and red. I never had a problem with my Ricoh. Every picture came out perfect so I don't think it's my fault. Anyways, I'm returning this camera and searching for a new Ricoh!

5-0 out of 5 stars great point & shoot
This camera is great - compact, lightweight, sharp-as-a-tack photos. The colors in the photos are unbelievable - bright, clean, true-to-color. I bought this for my honeymoon and professional photo lab where I took my photos to be developed couldn't believe the quality that came from this little point and shoot. The remote control is very easy to use and a great feature. The only downside to this camera is that the silver case is easily scratched, which gives it a "used" look rather quickly. However, that's a very minor problem when you're getting such amazing photos from it. ... Read more


88. Konica Minolta Activa 8x42D WP XL Waterproof Roof Prism Binoculars
list price: $219.99
our price: $199.99
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Asin: B0000DC0T2
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 1729
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Features

  • 8x magnification with 42mm objective lens
  • 330 foot field of view at 1000 yards
  • Waterproof and Fogproof
  • BaK4 prisms with super-reflective coating provide optimum illumination
  • Retractable click-stop eyepiece cups are easy to adjust with a simple twist

89. Minolta DiMAGE Master - Image Manipulation Software Win/Mac
list price: $199.00
our price: $124.99
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Asin: B0006IA13M
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Minolta
Sales Rank: 7220
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Product Description

Minolta DiMAGE Master v.1.0 - Complete Product - Image Management - 1 User(s) Complete Product - Standard - Mac, PC'Striking Scenes' change subtly with every passing moment, but with digital photography it is possible to capture all of them. DiMAGE Master is high quality development, management and processing software for producing the photographer's envisaged 'Prized Photograph' from a large amount of photographic data.The RAW Converter Engine is more advanced and flexible, thus maximizing the benefits of PC based software processing. It opens up a world of high quality images that are not available solely on a camera.Through color management, precise colors can be recreated on the display. The 'Convert Directly to Printer Color Space' function for RAW images is also included, to maximize the capabilities of the printer. Furthermore, through the use of our finest quality inkjet paper 'Inkjet Paper QP', your photographic work can be raised a level, with both finer image quality and color. ... Read more

Features

  • Enables more accurate color reproduction by converting RAW image data precisely in individual color with a newly developed algorithm
  • Optional software designed to improve creative workflow for professional and advanced digital camera users
  • Users can browse images quickly by viewing the instant thumbnail display.
  • Select the best shot from several images taken under the same shooting conditions
  • A sophisticated platform for image retouching with professional and user-friendly functions in the Photofinisher Window

90. Konica Minolta Activa 12x25 WP Sport Waterproof Compact Binoculars
list price: $139.99
our price: $128.24
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Asin: B0000TVG86
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 1510
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Features

  • 12x magnification with 25mm objective lens
  • Compact and lightweight at only 11.28 ounces
  • BaK4 prisms provide uniform illumination with maximum light transmission
  • Waterproof and fogproof design
  • Click-stop diopter adjustment

91. Konica Minolta CMYK Toner Value Pack for magicolor 3300 (1710551-100)
list price: $707.18
our price: $516.79
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Asin: B0000CA0IP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: QMS
Sales Rank: 30727
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92. Minolta QUEST GOLD 4 AA 1600MAH BATT ( 9995305 )

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Asin: B00006LUIT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Minolta
Sales Rank: 33837
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93. Konica Minolta 8x18 Ultra Compact III Binoculars with Aspheric Lens
list price: $119.99
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Asin: B00009V2TM
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
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94. Minolta Freedom Zoom Supreme EX 35mm Camera

Asin: B00000J4ET
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 5857
Average Customer Review: 4.71 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Freedom Zoom Supreme EX DATE is a compact and lightweight camera with an attractive silver metallic finish and a powerful 3.2x zoom lens. The versatile 39-125mm zoom range is ideal for a wide range of photographic subjects including close-ups, portraits, landscapes, travel, and groups. Other features such as subject program selection, continuous film advance, and a high-precision autofocus system make taking memorable photos fun and simple. ... Read more

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars best little 35 mm camera
This is my second time i have bought this camera. The other camera unfortunately got smashed by a car. I just loved the camera so much i had to buy another one. I have taken some photography courses and some of the pictures i took with my minotla SLR do compare to the freedom zoom ex. It's a great little camera with lots of features that anyone can use. I highly recomend this camera to anyone looking for a good compact 35 mm camera.

3-0 out of 5 stars Paradox
This camera has excellent reviews on the internet. However, if the camera is so good how come no one seems to be selling any new ones? I have visited several camera shops & they are not familiar with it & don't carry any in stock. I couldn't find a new one on the internet either. All I could find was a used one & a refurbished one on the internet. What is the deal with these cameras?

5-0 out of 5 stars Best camera ....
I used lot of cameras including Canon Rebel 2000 SLR camera....but i never got the results like Minolta supreme zoom...the best things the results are real good even in night and under bulb light....

5-0 out of 5 stars Loaded with features!
The Minolta Freedom Zoom EX is a well designed camera with a significant number of features. Not only are the features numerous, but they are incorporated intelligently into a liquid crystal display that uses simple pictures that are easy to understand and remember. The instruction manual is concise and written with the not-so-expert photographer in mind. It even has sample photos to illustrate its points. Among the camera's more interesting features are the portrait and night portrait modes. Portrait mode will actually properly frame your subject for a well balanced picture. In night portrait mode, the camera will adjust its aperture and exposure length to capture a dark background while firing its flash to illuminate the foreground. I tried it at Disneyland and it works well. The included remote control is a great bonus that allows one to take those holiday pictures without scurrying around. Finally, the zoom is more than adequate for normal picture taking. In fact, while taking pictures at the Grand Canyon I was able to examine the Colorado River from the South Rim! It's also great if you are one of those freaks who likes to take pictures of people's nostrils. I highly recommend this camera to someone who wants a camera that will do a lot of cool things without having to take a course.

5-0 out of 5 stars Loaded with features
The Minolta Freedom Zoom EX is a well designed camera with a significant number of features. Not only are the features numerous, but they are incorporated intelligently into a liquid crystal display that uses simple pictures that are easy to understand and remember. The instruction manual is concise and written with the not-so-expert photographer in mind. It even has sample photos to illustrate its points. Among the camera's more interesting features are the portrait and night portrait modes. Portrait mode will actually properly frame your subject for a well balanced picture. In night portrait mode, the camera will adjust its aperture and exposure length to capture a dark background while firing its flash to illuminate the foreground. I tried it at Disneyland and it works well. The included remote control is a great bonus that allows one to take those holiday pictures without scurrying around. Finally, the zoom is more than adequate for normal picture taking. In fact, while taking pictures at the Grand Canyon I was able to examine the Colorado River from the South Rim! It's also great if you are one of those freaks who likes to take pictures of people's nostrils. I highly recommend this camera to someone who wants a camera that will do a lot of cool things without having to take a course. ... Read more


95. Minolta Dimage 2300 2.3MP Digital Camera Kit
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B00004WHV7
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 4200
Average Customer Review: 2.94 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The 2.3-megapixel CCD of the Minolta Dimage 2300 captures images at amaximum resolution of 1,792 x 1,200, letting you create photo-quality prints atsizes up to 8 by 10 inches. For e-mail and Internet use, it can also capture ata resolution of 800 x 600. If you're considering making the switch from film todigital photography, The Dimage 2300's similarity to film-based point-and-shootcameras will help ease the transition.

The camera lacks an optical zoom, butdoes include a digital zoom, which brings subjects closer at the expense ofimage quality. Other features include a multimode flash, a self-timer, a video- out feature, and a USB connection for quick file transfers. Included with theDimage 2300 are batteries, a camera bag, 8 MB CompactFlash card, video and USBcables, and software. ... Read more

Features

  • 2.3 megapixel sensor captures enough detail to create photo-quality 8 x 10 prints
  • 2x digital zoom lens with autofocus
  • Included 8 MB CompactFlash card holds 18 images at default resolution
  • Connects to Macs and PCs via USB port
  • 4 AA batteries included

Reviews (17)

5-0 out of 5 stars If you pay attention to detail
I have read all the reviews people have put on here about the Dimage 2300 and I think if the people actually read the manual they might not have dark pictures since the camera can be adjusted to lighten the pictures up to 4 times normal this is intentional so that when in outside sunny weather your pics dont turn out to bright. I love the pictures that the camera takes but you need to pay attention to the operators manual if you want good pictures, all in all the camera is great and takes perfect pictures if the operator would take a little time to get to know the camera. I have recomended it to several friends and neighbors and every one of them are novice computer users and take great pictures and they also think its the greatest quality and easyiest to use camera. I WOULD RECOMEND ANYONE TO BUY THIS CAMERA IF YOU ARE SMART ENOUGH TO READ THE BOOK

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Camera! I even got one for my mom!
This is a terrific digital camera. It's very easy to use and handle (not big and clunky) The pictures are great! The camera is an overall value, I would recommed to anyone as a starter camera.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great camera if you take the time to learn to use it!
Look, if you don't know anything about electronics, photography, cameras in general, or computers, then NOTHING you get will be "simple to use." But, if you take the time to read the manual once or twice to try to use the instrument correctly, then you can find value in uncommon places. For instance, the Dimage 2300, a mere 2.3 megapixel camera, which takes great photos for the resolution and the money (I've seen worse, less reliable quality from the FinePix at much higher resolutions, and at nearly 3x the price). Read the manual, learn about white-balance - which can be manipulated to take STUNNING photos if you know what you're doing - learn about the variety of exposure settings, understand the machine, and you will have great photos. As for some of the issues raised in these reviews: 1) install the software with a careful attention to the instructions, reboot, connect the cable to the computer and camera, turn the camera on to PC mode, launch the software. If you wait too long doing something else, it will auto-power-off -- close the software, turn the camera back on, and try again. Simplicity. 2) DON'T USE THE LCD ALL THE TIME AND THE BATTERY LIFE WILL BE FINE. And remember to drain the included NiMH rechargeable batteries COMPLETELY, or they won't hold a complete charge the next time around and battery life will plummet. Drain them completely every time and you'll be fine. 3) Any camera will take dark pictures if you don't know what your doing. Learn about exposure, and what the Dimage does to regulate it. Does the machines need to do all of our thinking for us? If you learn about situations that create dark or over-bright photos, then you'll recognize them before they ruin your shots and you can compensate. You be intelligent: don't rely on the camera to be intelligent for you. 4) Buy a bigger memory card: even at the standard resolution the 2300 takes good quality photos, and you can take about 35 of them on the included 8 MB card; but a bigger one gives you more options for more photos - better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it. Practice common sense, try to learn the instrument and learn what to expect from it, and will be VERY pleased with yourself and with it. The Dimage 2300 is a great value and capable of great amateur quality photos that some of the big-boy high-end cameras envy.

3-0 out of 5 stars Decent Camera
I've read a lot of reviews about this particular product and ive read that many people have problems transfering pictures into their computer. Although i found that aspect to be quite simple the real weakness of this camera is the flash. This camera is virtually useless at night. Unless the place is well lit at night you can forget about taking pictures. During the day it takes pictures pretty well. The macto feature of this camera is also pretty good.

5-0 out of 5 stars Never had a problem
I enjoy this camera. And mine works with Windows Millenium just fine. I got the 64MB memory card and I have NEVER filled it up, let alone found out how many it holds. I always have 99+ displayed. It takes very nice pictures, and has nice features. The only negative is that it only zooms to 1.4 x and 2.0x and the quality then gets poor. But everything else is great. ... Read more


96. Konica Minolta 8594-417 8 x 40 Classic II Binoculars with Tough Rubber Body
list price: $59.99
our price: $52.99
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Asin: B00005NPUD
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 7934
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Features

  • Tough, rubber body
  • 8.2 degree angle of view
  • Field of view: 430 ft. at 1000 yds.
  • Multi-coated lenses
  • Diopter adjustment

97. Minolta Freedom Action Zoom 90 35mm Camera
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B00000JI2B
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 2885
Average Customer Review: 2.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The Minolta Freedom Action Zoom 90 delivers high-quality zoom performance in a compact, affordable package. Its high-powered zoom, and range of flash options, make it a good choice for travelers and photographers who need moderately advanced features. While the Minolta Freedom Action Zoom 90 isn't super-compact, it is relatively small and lightweight. The Minolta has a fairly powerful 38 to 90mm zoom lens, good for wide-angle landscape shots, portraits, and close-ups.

The Minolta Freedom Action Zoom 90 takes ISO 100, 200, and 400 film; and automatically reads the speed of DX-coded film. Non DX-coded film automatically sets to ISO 100. The Zoom 90 allows you to lock focus to compensate for situations where autofocus isn't the best choice (e.g. when your subject is off center). There are five flash modes--auto, fill-flash, off, night portrait, and landscape modes. Night portrait mode synchronizes a slow shutter speed with the flash, allowing well-lit portraits against a nightscape. Landscape mode turns the flash off and sets the focus at infinity, letting you take sharp pictures of distant mountains and landmarks. The Minolta Freedom Action Zoom 90 has both automatic and manual film rewind options.

Overall, we found the Minolta Freedom Action Zoom 90 to be a good general-purpose point-and-shoot camera, with some extra features such as the landscape and night portrait modes. The zoom is relatively high-powered for a camera in its class. The only drawback we experienced was that it zooms out in four steps, versus of a continuous, fluid motion. The 90's small size and automatic lens cover make it a good traveling companion.

Pros:

  • Relatively powerful zoom lens
  • Wide range of flash options
  • Compact size
  • Automatic rewind

Cons:

  • Stepped zoom (not continuos)
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Features

  • 38 to 90mm zoom lens
  • Five flash modes
  • Autofocus
  • 10-second self timer
  • Compact size

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars Cheaply Made!
Within a short time after purchase, the (plastic) back latch on the Minolta Freedom Action Zoom 90-Date camera broke. Now the camera is worthless. The warranty covers only manufacturing defects (not poor design). I found the camera cheaply made and the quality of the pictures just average. My advice would be to spend a little more and get a better made camera that hasn't been so poorly designed.

1-0 out of 5 stars Minolta
I received this camera as a gift last November (1999). After 3 weeks of use, it started to rewind after only taking 2 or 3 pictures. I returned it to the store where it was purchased and exchanged it for the same model assuming it was an individual camera problem. I was wrong. The red eye reduction feature has never worked. When using the zoom feature, pictures are extremely fuzzy. The only way to get good pictures is to not use the zoom and take picture outdoors. Now the camera has completely quit working. Everything that can blink at me does. I tried replacing the battery and that was not successful. I do not recommend this particular camera to anyone.

3-0 out of 5 stars Mintolta
I have mixed feelings about this camera. I have been using it for the past year and have found that while my outdoor picutres come out nicely, indoor shots leave something to be desired. I have tried shots with 200 to 800 speed film and 400 seems to give me the best pictures. I've also noticed that the pictures used with the zoom lense often come out fuzzy, so many of my early pictures weren't too clear. Also, when the camera uses the flash, it takes a while before its ready again. I expected more from the camera, but am happy with its basic outdoor shots.

4-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful
We purchased this camera to replace a Fuji that I had had for years. The camera seemed comfortable, easy to use, had a longer-range zoom than most in the price range and had the features we wanted. We are very happy with the camera overall, however, my only complaint is that it is a little noisy for the zoom and the camera casing feels a little "cheap", not as sturdy as the fuji. Overall, the pictures are wonderful and we are very happy with our decision - much happier than we were with the Fuji. ... Read more


98. Minolta Freedom Zoom 150 Date 35mm Camera
list price: $349.99
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Asin: B00004S5H8
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 4457
Average Customer Review: 3.45 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Minolta Freedom Zoom 150 panorama/date camera is one of the world's smallest 35mm cameras with a full 4x zoom lens. It weighs only 6.7 ounces, yet it offers an array of automatic features for trouble-free snapshooting. Film transport is fully automatic. After loading the film, the Minolta Freedom Zoom 150's back cover remains securely locked until the film is rewound into the cartridge, thereby preventing the film from being ruined by accidentally opening the back cover.

The Freedom Zoom 150 features a passive-type autofocus system, which uses approximately 900 focusing steps to ensure razor-sharp results. This autofocus system is similar to the kind used in single-lens reflex cameras and can focus accurately even on distant subjects, mirror images, or subjects beyond a windowpane. Other features include an automatic six-mode flash, automatic exposure, and a self-timer.

The quartz data feature imprints the date or time onto each photo. Data imprinting can be switched on or off whenever you desire and is useful for cataloging photographs or keeping photo records of birthdays, weddings, graduations, and other important events. A panorama mode selector switch allows you to take both standard and panoramic pictures on the same roll of film. ... Read more

Features

  • Pocket-sized camera with a full 4x zoom lens
  • SLR-type autofocusing for razor-sharp results
  • Built-in 6-mode flash with red-eye reduction
  • Selectable panoramic and date imprint functions
  • Automatic film transport with film chamber lock to prevent accidental film exposures

Reviews (20)

3-0 out of 5 stars Should I be disappointed??? : (
I bought this set thinking that its features should be comparable to the Olympus Stylus Zoom 140 QD CG Camera or Canon Sure Shot Classic 120 Caption Kit. I was very impressed at the size and the kit, but I was surprised at its zoom feature. There are only 5 zoom steps!! Eventhough the zoom range is wide, 37.5 to 150, what good it does when the camera doesn't stop zooming where you want it to stop?!!?? Also, when zooming, the lens will try to adjust itself until it reaches one of the zooming steps. I think this is also a waste of the battery.

I found out later that the Canon has at least 15 zooming steops, which is more than enought (plus it's cheaper.) and the Olympus also has more than 5 zooming steps. I should have made sure that I test the products before I buy them on the web.

I haven't taken any picture yet.. Once I do, I'll let you know.. : )

5-0 out of 5 stars great camera!
This camera is without a doubt one of the best ones I've owned. I originally purchased it to replace my 4 year old Minolta Freedom Zoom 90EX that had been dropped. I wanted another Minolta camera because I was impressed with the clarity and lighting of my old camera. I bought the 150 version mainly for its compact size. After snapping two rolls with it, I must say that it's surpassed my already high expectations of Minolta cameras. The pictures came out very sharp and clear with brilliant colors. The suede case it came with was a very nice addition, as was the remote control and self timer. I especially like the sleek silver look and small size. I haven't had any problems with it yet, and would highly recommend it to anyone else.

1-0 out of 5 stars Very Disappointed
My husband and I only use our camera occasionally and have had many problems with it.
Large Battery Drain, Poor Focusing, and Multiple Breakdowns. Most recently, our photos came out very dark.

We telephoned Minolta and they were quite indifferent to the situation. They were supposed to send me a form via e-mail in order to file a complaint and have not followed through.

We will not buy this brand again.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very sharp pics
This little camera takes very sharp pictures. I have been extremely happy with it. It does a very good job with the autofocus and even does well in low light situations. In addition, its small size allows me to carry it in my pocket if I need to, though I do have a small case for it. This camera was well worth the money. Reliable, too. I've had it for several years and it hasn't let me down yet.

3-0 out of 5 stars Washed Out Pictures
Indoors with flash, subject is often washed out with dark background. Outdoors pictures are always washed out/overexposed unless taken with telephoto. ... Read more


99. Konica Minolta Activa 10x25 WP Sport Waterproof Compact Binoculars
list price: $186.00
our price: $95.99
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Asin: B0000DH028
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 2004
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Features

  • 10x magnification with 25mm objective lens
  • Compact and lightweight at only 11.28 ounces
  • BaK4 prisms provide uniform illumination with maximum light transmission
  • Waterproof and fogproof design
  • Click-stop diopter adjustment

100. SC-215 Digital Copier/scannerfor Magicolor 2350/3100

our price: $432.24
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Asin: B0000953UU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Minolta-QMS
Sales Rank: 59075
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