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$389.99 list($299.99)
101. Minolta Maxxum 5 35mm SLR Quartz
list($114.99)
102. Minolta Freedom Family Zoom II
$89.99 $79.95 list($174.00)
103. Konica Minolta Activa 8x25 Sport
list($1,399.99)
104. Minolta Maxxum 9 Professional
$89.99 list($149.99)
105. Minolta Zoom 130c Date 35mm Camera
$25.99 list()
106. Minolta 35MM FILM HOLDERS/2 FH-U2
$49.99 $46.00
107. Konica Minolta 8594-117 7x35W
$149.99 list($289.99)
108. Minolta Vectis 300 Beam APS Camera
list($399.99)
109. Minolta Maxxum XTsi 35mm SLR Camera
$30.99 $26.80 list()
110. Konica Minolta WASTE TONER BOX
$159.99 $151.49 list($179.99)
111. MINOLTA10-30x27 FM Activa Compact
112. VECTIS 260 APS CAMERA
$29.95
113. Minolta FH-M10 FILM HOLDER-FOR
list($699.99)
114. Minolta Dimage S304 3MP Digital
$159.95
115. MINOLTA 8589-217 - 10-30X Zoom
$64.88 list($69.99)
116. Konica Minolta Classic II 7x50
$149.95
117. MINOLTA MD28-70MM 28-70MM f/3.5
$98.88
118. MINOLTA Freedom Zoom 130QD
$179.99 list($199.99)
119. Konica Minolta Activa 10x42 Waterproof
list($79.88)
120. MINOLTA 2449-257 Riva 90 QD 35mm

101. Minolta Maxxum 5 35mm SLR Quartz Date Kit with 28-80mm Zoom Lens
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00006LIN8
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 2213
Average Customer Review: 4.32 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The small, light Minolta Maxxum 35mm AF SLR is easy to pack, carry, and handle on all your adventures. The Maxxum 5 also houses a powerful array of high-performance features that will satisfy both beginner photographers and serious photo hobbyists.

The Maxxum 5's high-response autofocus system makes sure your once-in-a-lifetime moments will be razor sharp. This new-generation Maxxum features an improved high-power AF drive motor and high-speed microcomputer for quicker and more precise AF control. It tracks even fast action and random movements effortlessly, right up to the moment the shutter is released.

The Maxxum 5 uses Minolta's new seven-point AF system. The focus sensors are laid out in a wide area to the "rule of thirds," so you have the creative flexibility of positioning your subject anywhere within the focus frame. The center crosshair sensor keeps the focus sharp regardless of vertical or horizontal subject contrast. For maximum autofocus control, the Maxxum 5 has three AF modes: single-shot, continuous-predictive, and automatic.

The Maxxum 5 is designed around speed, precision, and power. It features a top shutter speed of 1/4,000 second, which can stop fast action or let you take beautiful portraits using large apertures under strong light. For capturing action as it unfolds, the Maxxum 5 can be set for continuous film advance. The film advances at three frames per second as long as you hold down the shutter-release button.

The Maxxum 5's state-of-the-art metering system delivers accurate exposures under a diverse range of lighting and subject conditions. It measures light levels from 13 segments in a honeycomb pattern across the viewfinder frame, plus the background area. And much like the method used by professional photographers, this intelligent metering system emphasizes the meter segments surrounding the focus sensor in use.

The built-in flash covers lenses as wide as 28mm, and puts creative flash control at your fingertips with auto, off, fill-flash, red-eye reduction, and wireless remote flash control modes. For greater flash output and versatility, high-powered Maxxum flash units are available as optional accessories. The Maxxum 5 also features a maximum flash sync speed of 1/125 second. ... Read more

Features

  • 35mm compact single-lens reflex (SLR) camera with quartz date imprint function
  • Compatible with Minolta A-mount lenses
  • Integrated flash with red-eye reduction; includes hot shoe for external flash
  • One of the smallest and lightest full-featured SLRs ever produced
  • Improved autofocus drive motor and high-speed microcomputer for quicker and more precise control

Reviews (31)

5-0 out of 5 stars great camera, pro features, great price
I researched for cameras for over 2 monts. I was deciding between the Nikon n65, pentax ZX-60, and the Canon rebel 2000. I found this one to clearly be the best of the 4. For one it had a metal lens mount unlike, the canon rebel and pentax zx-60. Its better than the n65 because it has manual ISO setting, higher max. shutter speed, and higher flash synch. For these reasons and more I decided to get the Minolta Maxxum 5. To top this off it also has a great line of lenses. All this at an amazing lw price of 300 dollars.

4-0 out of 5 stars Pro photographer
This is a very good camera is you do not want to gett a cheap slr w/ every thing thing you need but if you ever think of going digatl go with canon becuse they have better bodys and lenses and both work with all the lens they have now so i would say if u r not going to go diatl get this but if you r look at a canon flim SLR

3-0 out of 5 stars Great features, poor reliability
This camera has great features for the price, and I was extremely happy with the quality of the photos I took in the 3 days I had the camera. Then it started eating whole rolls of film. After contacting the manufacturer they would repair it and I would pay all shipping costs. I returned it to amazon instead.

1-0 out of 5 stars Recent buyer
Photos taken from my Minolta 5, which I recently purchased, have been by and large disappointing. Whether using manual or automatic mode for focus, lighting, subject type, etc. the resulting photos do not exceed the quality one would obtain with a normal point-and-shoot camera. So far, the "extra performance" of this SLR with multiple menus has failed to materialise. I would very much like to trade it in for another brand.

5-0 out of 5 stars All the Way!!!!!!!
I just recently acquired my Maxxum 5. (14 Nov 2003) and I already took some indoors pictures with it using an ISO 100. I was impressed with the clarity and sharpness of the outcome. I am pretty sure If I was using an ISO 400 it would have come out much better!!!!
The features of the camera are very clear to understand, and it is like with any other item we use, once one gets used to the different buttons and its applications, the rest of it is so easy and fun. The autofocus feature and its sensors are very impressive. It is a very light/and thin camera which it feels much better than other bulky/heavy cameras I have used before. The manual explains the features with a distinct detail and on terms anyone can understand. Congrats Minolta!!!!!! ... Read more


102. Minolta Freedom Family Zoom II 35mm Camera
list price: $114.99
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Asin: B00004S5HA
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 3904
Average Customer Review: 1.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This compact, easy-to-use camera features a 35-60mm aspheric power zoom lens for crisp, clear images with true color rendition. Precise active infrared autofocusing and programmed automatic exposure help the Minolta Freedom Family Zoom II deliver sharp images with no fuss.

No photographic knowledge is required. The focus lock feature enables you to frame your compositions. The multifunction automatic flash provides autoflash, auto fill flash, flash cancel, and red-eye reduction to match any lighting situation. The Minolta Freedom Family Zoom II also offers automatic film operation with auto power rewind that you can activate at any time. Other features include a 10-second self-timer with an indicator lamp. An auto shutoff feature automatically turns the camera off after three minutes of nonuse to save battery life.

The Minolta Freedom Family Zoom II is backed by a one-year limited warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 35-60mm aspheric power zoom lens for crisp, clear images
  • Automatic film operation with auto power rewind
  • Auto shutoff feature automatically turns the camera off after three minutes of nonuse
  • Precise active infrared autofocusing and programmed automatic exposure
  • Focus lock feature makes framing composition easy

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars Dissatisfied
I am an avid amateur photographer that needed a compact camera for vacations. I have always used manual focus SLR's so I was totally unfamiliar with auto anything. In making a decision on my purchase, I tried to stick with brand names. I was familiar with Canon products in the SLR arena and was always quite pleased. However, not wanting to put my eggs in one basket, I chose Minolta. WHAT A MISTAKE. The camera worked well for the first 3 months, taking brilliant color photos. After that it was down hill quickly. The camera would auto-advance the film went it felt like it, Would double and even triple expose frames, overlap frames, etc. I changed batteries, film types, and film brands in hopes of fixing the situation but none worked. In speaking with Minolta service center representatives I learned that the cost of even estimating the repairs was (...)not very cost effective. Turns out this is just an expensive disposable camera. I think I'll stick to Canon from now on.

1-0 out of 5 stars I'll never buy another Minolta products again.
Bought this camera around September. The first roll of film came out great. About halfway through the second roll I turned the camera on and the zoom came all the way out and the lights flashed etc. I returned the camera for repair and Minolta repaired it under warranty, great. Went through 2 rolls of film for Christmas, all blurry. Returned camera to Minolta explainingg the problem and they send me an estimate for $61.00 to fix it, saying that I dropped it. I can buy a new camera for that price. I'll never buy another Minolta product.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good for the price
This camera has a lot going for it. It's easy to use, easy to understand, and easy to buy film and batteries for. I bought this camera as a gift for my sister and took a test roll of film with it. The pictures came back sharp and the flash worked perfectly. The only thing keeping this camera from getting 5/5 is it's minimum focus distance, about 6 feet.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't Do it
I ordered this camera to be delivered to my vacation spot. It was and I was disappointed all the way. The camera was supposed to come with film and batteries, neither was in the box. The zoom was horrible. I went to reload a new roll of film and could not get the tab for the film to roll over to hook it on. I am returning it for a refund. I must say that Amazon is great with their customer service though. ... Read more


103. Konica Minolta Activa 8x25 Sport Waterproof Compact Binoculars
list price: $174.00
our price: $89.99
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Asin: B0000DH02I
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 3667
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Features

  • Waterproof and Fogproof
  • BaK4 prisms provide uniform illumination with maximum light transmission.
  • Retractable click-stop eyepiece cups are easy to adjust with a simple twist
  • Compact & Lightweight Design ¿ only 11.28 ounces.
  • Click-Stop Diopter AdjustmentDiopter adjustment allows the user to pre-set the binoculars to his or her eyesight requirements

104. Minolta Maxxum 9 Professional 35mm SLR Camera (Body Only)
list price: $1,399.99
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Asin: B00004TLNG
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 10773
Average Customer Review: 4.64 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Minolta's Maxxum 9 Professional 35mm camera combines speed and precisionfor a high-quality shooting experience. The film drive enables 5.5 frames persecond of continuous shooting so you can capture subtle changes in your subject. Combined with the 1/12,000-second shutter speed, the world's fastest, you'llcapture perfect action and sports events shots.

The flash synch is also fast,up to 1/300 seconds. This allows you to use wider apertures for daylight synchshots of objects at a distance. With 100 percent field-of-view, the Maxxum 9maintains a large magnification ratio of 0.73x. Minolta designed the Maxxum 9for durability, with a tough, rigid metal cover to protect it from damage. Thebase is padded with rubber to absorb shocks and to provide a more secure left- hand grip. Adverse conditions won't affect your shooting either. The Maxxum 9 isdust- and moisture-resistant, although not waterproof.

With either automaticor manual focus and exposure, the Maxxum 9 provides flexibility and creativecontrol. It is responsive to your intentions; you can make fine adjustments tothe automatic settings or comprehensive changes to the individual systems. Withthe special data memory function, you'll never worry about developing yourphotographs at the wrong exposure. The Maxxum 9 stores up the data of up toseven rolls of 36 exposures on aperture, lens focal length, shutter speed, andmore. ... Read more

Features

  • 35mm SLR camera with built-in flash
  • High-speed film drive of up to 5.5 frames per second
  • Very fast 1/12,000-second shutter speed
  • Body only; compatible with all Minolta AF/Maxxum lenses
  • Dust- and moisture-resistant construction

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars Pro Camera from the mind of MInolta
I have spent a lot of time in camera stores and I have always thought Minolta products always got unfairly shoved to the side. The notion that Minolta cameras and lenses are inferior to Nikon and Canon is crap, and is perpetuated by certain camera snobs and self-proclaimed experts. I shoot regularly as an advanced amateur and I own and use the Maxxum 9. I feel that it is the most intuitive 35mm professional camera out there. The quality of construction is first rate, on par with the best that Nikon and Canon have to offer. The camera has a solid feel, everything about it is high quality. The control layout is so self-explanatory that most photographers can learn to use the camera in 5 minutes without flipping through the manual. With respect to lenses. I still run into narrow-minded people who ask me which "Nikkors" I use upon seeing my photographs, and then these self-proclaimed "experts" simply refuse to believe me when I inform them that my images are all created with Minolta AF cameras and lenses. No, I am not kicking Canon and Nikon products, obviously they are very good, several million pros using those systems cannot be wrong about them. But pretentious "camera aficionados" who slight the Maxxum 9 don't know what they are missing out on. I am sold on the Minolta Maxxum 9. When choosing lenses go for the G-Series, optically they are cut every bit as good as the very best lenses Nikon and Canon make. I've shot pictures with all these brands and even established pros who shoot with other systems admit that my images are just as sharp as any they've seen or made. And they absolutely love the 9's layout. Minolta would do well to stay with the Maxxum 9's basic concept when designing their future pro cameras. Now if they would only make a full frame digital body based on the Maxxum 9...........

5-0 out of 5 stars Have used a Maxxum 9 for a year
A year ago, I finally replaced my 1973 Minolta XK (the last year that Minolta made a pro camera) with a Minolta Maxxum 9 (their first new pro camera since). It's been very worth the unintentionally long wait. I've now used the Maxxum 9 on four continents. If you take care of good, solid equipment and it isn't stolen, it can indeed last a lifetime. I expect that I'll be using the Maxxum for decade or two (I still use the 1973 XK because it still works perfectly and I don't feel like replacing its old 16mm and 500mm bayonet-mount lenses just to use them on the new auto-focus camera). I had thought of buying a new Nikon, Canon, or Olympus, and tested each, but found the Maxxum 9 their equal (and better designed than most). Indeed, notice how the poster of the one negative review here never says whether he's actually owned or used the camera. Any good professional photographer knows that any of the major brands' pro lines are well-designed and workable.

5-0 out of 5 stars Pro Camera from the mind of Minolta
I have owned the camera since April 2003 and it has produced some wonderful images for me. (...) . A lot of camera aficionados claim that the Maxxum 9 is not as good as the other true pro-level cameras by Nikon and Canon. On paper, there may be some merit to this argument. Going by pure specs alone on paper, the F5 and EOS1V certainly are more electronically advanced than the Maxxum 9, and the devoted pro following for these two excellent machines is a huge statement for these two brands. By the way I'll be the first to say that Nikon and Canon both make excellent products, so if all you diehard loyalists expect me to badmouth your beloved brands just because I love Minolta, I ain't that kind of guy. But in real-world shooting situations, and taken on its own merits, the Maxxum 9 is no less of a professional machine than the F5 or EOS1V. The ease of use of the Maxxum 9 shines through. Admittedly, the Maxxum 9's AF system is more basic, but the hidden beauty is that it is simple to comprehend and use, and is plenty fast to boot. The 14-segment honeycomb metering is an older design than Canon's, and certainly not as sexy-sounding as the Nikon 1005pixel RGB sensor. But the bottom line is that it produces well-exposed images on slide film at a success rate at least as good as the other two. Simply put, the Maxxum 9 is no F5 or EOS1V, nor should it be. The simple fact is that it is a very reliable, extremely easy to use picturemaker, and as long as you mount top-quality Minolta G-Series optics on it there is no reason to feel inferior standing next to someone with an F5 or EOS1V. The popular belief that Minolta optics are inferior is also undeserved. I've watched many times over as store sales people used entry level Minolta SLRs and lenses to illustrate Minolta's "inferior" build quality against a pro-level rig in the form of a Nikon F5 with an 80-200 f/2.8 AF-S !!! I still run into snobby brandname "camera collectors" who ask me this: "Why use Minolta?" upon seeing my Maxxum 9 slung around my neck. I simply say "Why not?"

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Yet
The Minolta Maxxum 9 is the the best camera I have had the joy to use. It's built rock solid and has not let me down.

5-0 out of 5 stars overstock.com had a lens for the same price
Overstock.com sold this camera with a lens for the same price. ... Read more


105. Minolta Zoom 130c Date 35mm Camera
list price: $149.99
our price: $89.99
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Asin: B0000C4JZV
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 2011
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 38-130mm (3.4x) power zoom lens uses high-quality aspheric optics for crisp, clear pictures with high contrast
  • Precise autofocus system uses 1000 focusing steps to keep the main subject razor sharp
  • Distinctive and durable aluminum face plate and lens mount
  • Versatile flash modes let you shoot in a variety of lighting situations with confidence
  • Built-in quartz date back imprints the date or time right onto the photo

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars I strongly recommend you don't purchase
We have had to exchange this camera twice within the first month of having it, first it stopped taking pictures you had to shut it off zoom in and out then it would take it, the second camera did the same also it stopped taking the film, we tried several brands and it would just expose it all. very disapoointing. we contacted minolta they would only fix it not return or exchange it. we bought the canon sure shot 115 and love it so far!

3-0 out of 5 stars The camera scratches the film
I have taken 5 rolls of film (different brands) with this camera and had them developed at 2 different labs. Every single roll has stratches on the backside of the film across the whole length of film. The scratches are in the same place. I will have to send the camera in to be serviced under warranty. Other than that annoyance, the pictures are actually quite good, and if you can get a 130c without this same flaw, I would recommend the camera. ... Read more


106. Minolta 35MM FILM HOLDERS/2 FH-U2 FOR ( 7891-241 )

our price: $25.99
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Asin: B0001BFJF4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Minolta
Sales Rank: 35225
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107. Konica Minolta 8594-117 7x35W Classic II Binoculars
list price: $49.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B00006I5HS
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 4316
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Features

  • Fully-coated optics and BAK7 Porro-Prisms for reduced glare and superb detail
  • 488-foot field of view at 1,000 yards
  • 7x magnification
  • Black rubber coating protects against bumps and provides a comfortable, secure grip
  • Center wheel focus; easy diopter adjustability for different vision needs

108. Minolta Vectis 300 Beam APS Camera
list price: $289.99
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Asin: B00000DM93
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 5125
Average Customer Review: 4.23 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com

The Advanced Photo System (APS) has breathed new life into the design of point-and-shoot cameras. Thanks to a smaller film size (24mm) and a compact film cartridge, camera manufacturers have been able to design small, sleek cameras that fit comfortably into a shirt pocket. And with the Vectis 300, Minolta has not only designed a tiny camera, it's designed a camera that's just plain sexy.

The Vectis 300 is encased in a distinctive, stainless steel body. The camera uses a 24-70mm zoom lens (equivalent to a 30-87.5mm lens on a 35mm camera) that's easily controlled by two buttons on the camera back. It includes both autofocus and focus-hold systems--you can focus on objects as close as 16 inches.Select from five flash modes including red-eye reduction and fill. Depending on the film speed and zoom setting, the flash range extends to 20 feet. As with most APS cameras, you can select from three print formats: Classic (C--4 inches by 6 inches); HDTV (H--4 inches by 7 inches), and Panoramic (P--3.5 inches by 10 inches). Other features include a self-timer and time-date stamping and titling options, which are imprinted on the film's magnetic strip and can then be printed by the film lab on the front or back of your prints. A remote control can be purchased separately. Fun and easy to use, the Vectis 300 is about as good as it gets in point-and-shoot APS photography. --Harry C. Edwards ... Read more

Features

  • Advanced Photo System format
  • Compact styling
  • Rugged stainless-steel construction
  • 3x stepless zoom
  • Backlight detection

Reviews (13)

4-0 out of 5 stars Cool and compact
This camera has a definite space-age look to it. One of the coolest things is how the lens retracts and the door shutter closes. Doesn't mean you get better pictures, but it's cool!
My one complaint is the way the red-eye reduction works. When you click the button, it goes..
flash, flash, FLASH!

I've taken several pictures where the people were looking away, because they'd thought the picture was taken on the first flash, when in fact it doesn't go till the third.

5-0 out of 5 stars A great small camera!
I love this little camera. For a point and shoot, it takes great pictures. Because it's so small, you can take it anywhere. Although it fits in a small purse or large pocket, I usually just wear it around my neck. I haven't always treated it well. It's more rugged than I would have imagined. For the price, you can't beat it!

4-0 out of 5 stars MY CAMERA
THIS CAMERA IS REALLY GREAT. IT'S REALLY SMALL, AND I TAKE IT ANYWHERE I GO. AFTER ALMOST 2 YEARS I'M HAVING A LITTLE PROBLEM WHEN I'M TAKING THE PICTURE. BUT I STILL LOVE IT.

5-0 out of 5 stars Well worht the money
This camera is great! It's really small and takes wonderful pictures. I have also tried the ELPH 2 and this camera takes better pictures. If you are looking for a stylish aps camera, the vectis 300 is the way to go.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not a B. Just a C+
I give it a C+; better than average but not good. To be honest, I was disappointed. I haven't bought a camera in five years, so perhaps my expectations were out of line, but I expected more for my money.

My advice: if you can hold out a while for digital prices to drop, it'll be worth the wait. ... Read more


109. Minolta Maxxum XTsi 35mm SLR Camera Kit w/ 28-80mm Lens
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B000065935
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 6685
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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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 (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars SUPERB
This camera is absolutely superb in function, clarity, ease of use, and all around enjoyment. It is light, yet does not have the "cheap" feel of other cameras, the AutoFocus is quick and quiet, and it takes excellent pictures. The manual side of this camera is easy to setup and operate. Additional lenses can be had at reasonable prices. The built in flash works flawlessly. For those individuals who need an external flash, they can be purchased, although they are pricey. I recommend this camera for everyone from beginners to professionals.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera for the Money !!
After much research and shopping, the XTsi has the most versatility and features for the money. Most retail stores in the area only sell the less expensive Minolta Maxxum cameras at the same price as the XTsi here at Amazon. The panoramic option is great for those senic mountain views and the camera is truely intuitive. I would recommend this camera to anyone who is either just getting into photography or is looking to step up from a compact 35mm camera.

5-0 out of 5 stars I love my camera
this is a great camera. It takes great pictures and it is easy to use.

5-0 out of 5 stars Camera to grow with
I wanted an SLR camera that I could use manually or have it all automatic, and one I can grow with, and this is the perfect camera for that - The camera is easy to use, and instruction book, although a bit long, is very detailed and guides you every step of the way! ... Read more


110. Konica Minolta WASTE TONER BOX APPROX 32000 ( 1710584-001 )

our price: $30.99
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Asin: B00061U8TG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: KONICA MINOLTA
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111. MINOLTA10-30x27 FM Activa Compact Zoom Binoculars
list price: $179.99
our price: $159.99
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Asin: B00006I5HW
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Minolta
Sales Rank: 10725
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Features

  • Precise Minolta optics are multicoated for reduced glare and UV filtration
  • BAK4 Prisms are optically engineered for greatest brightness in its class
  • Long eye-relief allows use by eyeglass wearers
  • Attractive-looking rubber coatings on the top, side, and bottom of the grip for comfort and durability
  • Convenient center-wheel focus

112. VECTIS 260 APS CAMERA

Asin: B00006HNRS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Minolta
Sales Rank: 6134
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great buy for the price
Extremely easy to operate. Good quality for the price. Great features with panoramic, wide angle and telescopic settings. ... Read more


113. Minolta FH-M10 FILM HOLDER-FOR SCAN ELITE 5400 (2) ( 7890-240 )

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Asin: B00009ZTV7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Minolta
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114. Minolta Dimage S304 3MP Digital Camera w/ 4x Optical Zoom
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B00005NHAK
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 2246
Average Customer Review: 3.92 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Take your digital photography to a new level with the feature-packed and easy-to-use DiMAGE S304, which features a high-image-quality 3.34-megapixel 1.125-inch CCD. An all-glass lens, 7.15-28mm (35-140mm in 35mm equivalents), with 4X optical zoom, sets this camera apart from the competition with a combination rarely found in compact digital formats. An anomalous dispersion element and twin double-sided aspheric elements work together to minimize chromatic aberrations and reduce curvilinear distortion, giving you crisp, accurate, edge-to-edge imaging. Compose these images with the 1.8-inch, 122,000-pixel color LCD monitor or use the optical viewfinder for SLR-style shooting.

For professional results with the point-and-shoot style operation of the S304, you can choose from five pre-set modes: macro, portrait, landscape, night portrait, and text. For more creative shooting, use a wide variety of adjustable features, including manual focus, selectable ISO, custom white-balance controls, exposure compensation and bracketing, and a digital-effects control that allows adjustment of color saturation, contrast, and sharpening. A movable focus point allows for off-center compositions. Multisegment metering technology provides accurate exposures. Four resolution modes cover the range from film quality photographs to images for e-mail. Movie mode allows 60 seconds of live action and a voice-memo feature helps identify your work.

The DiMAGE S304 comes complete with 16 MB CompactFlash card, A/V cable, USB cable, Minolta Image Viewer Utility CD-ROM, four AA alkaline batteries, lens cap, and neck strap. ... Read more

Features

  • 3.2-megapixel sensor captures 2,048 x 1,536 images for prints at sizes up to 11 x 14 inches
  • 4x optical/2x digital (8x total) zoom lens with autofocus
  • Included 16 MB CompactFlash card stores 15 images at default resolution
  • Automatically connects with Macs and PCs via USB port
  • Uses 4 AA batteries (alkalines included)

Reviews (26)

4-0 out of 5 stars Minolta S304
I purchased this camera after a lot of research. Initially it was not in my budget but a [amt] price drop happened at just the right time.
The camera takes very sharp pictures, I have a 1.3Mp camera and these pictures are an order of magnitude sharper, especially when you crop, enlarge, etc.
I do agree with another review, you MUST have rechargeable batteries and let them charge overnight or you will only take about 20 minutes of pictures and get a low battery signal and the camera will shut down. I bought 2 sets of batteries just to be sure to have one set always charged.
The optics on this camera are very nice, no chromatic abberations (purple fringing), very little flat noise, colors are very good, even better (print wise) when run through the Image Viewer software.
I highly recommed this camera for the quality of optics, the fair amount of manual control and great photos!

3-0 out of 5 stars a mediocre product for such a price. excellent if cheap.
The Minolta s304 is a fine camera if you can get it for significantly less than it's current retail price. The 3.3 megapixel resolution makes for some excellent daylight shots, and the 60 second movie recorder renders superb quality avi files. However, the camera suffers excessively from camera shake in low-light conditions. In addition, the manual setting for taking shots is difficult to manipulate...even for the intermediate level photographer. Night-time shots suffer from imbalance in color levels

Rechargeable Ni-MH batteries are an absolute must for this camera. My unit came with 4 AA alkaline batteries which expired after roughly 45 minutes of usage. I've owned my current set of 1850 mAH Kodak Photolifes for roughly a year now and they've consistently given the camera an operational battery life 2-3 days with regular on/off usage.

While the s304 has a workable zoom it fails to give adequate focus (in both automatic and manual modess), rendering blurred images - especially to subjects taken with the digital zoom.

I won't recommend this camera to a first-time buyer.

1-0 out of 5 stars Good Camera (if/when it works!)
Had this camera for a little over a year and it's a piece of junk. From day one it has never worked right. At least 90% of the time it locks up when I turn it on; the red LED light stays on and I have to open the battery door for thirty seconds to reset the camera. Sometimes when I change modes it locks up. I have no confidence that it will work when I turn it on. When it does "boot up" correctly I jump for joy (is this how it's suppose to be?). This thing also uses a lot of power, my 1800ma NiMh batteries (4 AA) only lasts about 25 pics at medium resolution and small image size. It's a shame because this camera is constructed well (metal case), takes terrific pictures (when it works), zoom is great, LCD screen is very clear for it's size, uses easy to get CompactFlash cards and batteries. It's out of warranty right now and I don't think it's worth trying to repair so it'll get tossed into the rubbish can; what a waste! Maybe I just got a lemon when I bought it but I will never buy another Minolta digital camera again, this S304 really tarnished Minolta's reputation in my books. I won't tell everyone "don't buy it"......it's up to you, maybe you won't get a lemon like I did.

5-0 out of 5 stars I would buy it again.
I looked at many many digital cameras before buying this one. I finally decided to buy it because it looked like it had everything I needed and it was cheaper than others. Well, I am really happy with my purchase. I bought this camera in 11/01 so I have had it for a long time. I have taken it to Hawaii and Florida and just around town and it has not failed me yet.

Indoor pictures are not great with this camera but they are not horrible. I have taken some professional looking pictures with this camera and look at them on the computer daily. I would not even think about using regular batteries with it though, that would be a joke. This camera does suck battery juice like crazzzy.

I enjoy taking pictures and this camera really has been great. I use webshots on my computer and I have my pictures of Hawaii cycle through on the desktop everyday, actually every 15 minutes. People are always commenting on them asking if they are professional pictures. I even printed some of them out and they looked great.

If you do not have a lot of money to spend and want a pretty good camera I would go with this one. It really has just about everything. ...

5-0 out of 5 stars easy, simple and great features
This is my second digital camera. My first being Sony Maciva. This camera is great and very easy to use. I was at first worried about battery life but I am very please with performance of batteries. I would recommend a charger and only high quality batteries. I also bought a 64 & 128 memory card. I never run out of space.
Highly recommend. ... Read more


115. MINOLTA 8589-217 - 10-30X Zoom Binoculars

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Asin: B0000705IN
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Minolta
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Features

  • 10-30 Zoom
  • 27 objective

116. Konica Minolta Classic II 7x50 Binocular
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00009R8NX
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 7315
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117. MINOLTA MD28-70MM 28-70MM f/3.5 - 4.8 MD Manual Focus Lens

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Asin: B00009R8NK
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Minolta
Sales Rank: 11835
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Product Description

Angle of View: 76-35 degreesCamera Compatibility: All Minolta non-AF SLR camerasDimensions: 2-1/2 x 2-11/16 inchesElements/Groups: 8/8Filter Size: 55mmMaximum Aperture: f/3.5-4.8Maximum Magnification: 1/4Minimum Focus (ft): 2.6Weight: 7-3/4 oz. ... Read more

Features

  • Filter size - 55mm
  • F-Stop Range - 3.5-22
  • Minimum Focus Distance - 2.6 feet
  • Magnification - 1 - 4
  • Angle of View - 75 to 35 degrees

118. MINOLTA Freedom Zoom 130QD

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Asin: B00006I5I6
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Minolta
Sales Rank: 5825
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Powerful 38mm to 140mm zoom lens covers wide-angle, normal, portrait and telephoto perspectives
  • Passive 660-step auto-focus
  • Full auto-exposure and programmed exposure modes
  • Easy film load and auto advance and rewind
  • Exposure compensator for better control of color and contrast

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5-0 out of 5 stars the best point and shoot
I needed something simple,and to the point.I did not want to explain why my wife would want to use the tamron lense over the pentax......I am going on a cruise, i want things simple....for both of us.
I am experienced with slr's.....very experienced.
This camera, after doing the research..as well as comparing the stats.......wins 5 stars hands down.
i just took an experimental role of film.......kodak 400 high definition,the first in the camera and used the roll to see what it can produce.blown away!i shot photos of the George Washington bridge.....the way the shadows were cast,and the way the definition is so unreal. This is the best point and shoot ever! ... Read more


119. Konica Minolta Activa 10x42 Waterproof Sport Binocular with Case & Strap
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B0002L57LE
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 3495
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120. MINOLTA 2449-257 Riva 90 QD 35mm Compact Camera
list price: $79.88
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Asin: B0000D80EL
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Minolta
Sales Rank: 10114
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Features

  • Film Load -Automatic threading, auto advance to first frame, auto winding, auto rewind and auto rewind stop, manual start of rewind selectable
  • Shutter speed range -1 - 1/200 second
  • Auto ISO setting -For ISO 100 - 400 film
  • Focuses from 3 feet to Infinity
  • Electronic-Flash modes -Autoflash (in low-light), fill-flash, flash cancel, Night Portrait, Landscape/Night View modes; red-eye function available

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