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121. Konica Minolta 8-20x50 Classic
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122. MINOLTA 2449-257 Riva 90 QD 35mm
$174.99 $157.80 list()
123. "Toner Cartridge for Magicolor
$224.09
124. Konica Minolta BLACK TONER CARTRIDGE
list($99.99)
125. Minolta Freedom Sightseer Zoom
$306.97
126. Konica Minolta media tray / feeder
$349.99 list()
127. Konica Minolta X60 5MP Digital
list($150.99)
128. Minolta Freedom Action Zoom 90
$98.88
129. MINOLTA Freedom Zoom 130QD
$51.99 $46.13 list()
130. "Toner Cartridge for Magicolor
$159.95
131. MINOLTA 8589-217 - 10-30X Zoom
$99.99
132. Minolta Vectis 200 APS Camera
$191.99 $159.88 list($236.58)
133. Konica Minolta Magenta Toner Cartridge
list($145.00)
134. Minolta Activa Compact 10x25 FM
$169.99 $169.95 list($199.99)
135. Konica Minolta Activa 10x42 Waterproof
$89.99
136. Konica Minolta UC III 6x16 Ultra
list($399.99)
137. Minolta Maxxum HTsi Plus 35mm
list($499.99)
138. Minolta Dimage 2330 2.3 Megapixel
$159.99 $151.49 list($179.99)
139. MINOLTA10-30x27 FM Activa Compact
$739.88 list($1,095.99)
140. Konica Minolta DiMAGE Scan Speed

121. Konica Minolta 8-20x50 Classic II Zoom Binoculars with Case & Strap
by Konica Minolta
list price: $129.99
our price: $119.95
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Asin: B0000CEJA8
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 7149
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122. MINOLTA 2449-257 Riva 90 QD 35mm Compact Camera
by Minolta
list price: $79.88
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Asin: B0000D80EL
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Minolta
Sales Rank: 11280
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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

123. "Toner Cartridge for Magicolor 3300 approx. 6500 char Yellow"

our price: $174.99
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Asin: B0000CA0IO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: MINOLTA-QMS
Sales Rank: 27504
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Product Description

Konica-Minolta (1710550-002) Yellow Toner-3300 Magicolor ... Read more


124. Konica Minolta BLACK TONER CARTRIDGE ( 1710081-001 )
by KONICA MINOLTA

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Asin: B00009L58S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: KONICA MINOLTA
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125. Minolta Freedom Sightseer Zoom 35mm Camera
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00000GBX6
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 7021
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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The Minolta Freedom Zoom Sightseer is an affordable, easy-to-use 35mm camera that truly takes the work out of taking pictures. The camera features a 35mm-to-70mm (2x) zoom lens that's controlled by a rocker switch located next to the shutter-release button. The Sightseer includes both an auto-focus and auto-exposure system--all you need to do is frame your picture and let the camera do the rest. The built-in flash has three flash modes, including red-eye reduction and fill-in flash. Other features include a 10-second self-timer. If you're looking for a no-fuss camera at an affordable price, this is it. Includes battery and strap. --Harry C. Edwards ... Read more

Features

  • Self-timer
  • Built-in lens cover
  • 35 to 70mm zoom lens
  • Four flash modes
  • Autofocus

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars A GREAT CAMERA FOR THE PRICE
I BOUGHT THIS CAMERA AT BEST BUY ABOUT 2 YEARS AGO AND I GAVE ABOUT 3 TIMES THE PRICE IT IS NOW.BUT I HAVE REALLY ENJOYED IT. EVERYTIME MY FAMILY NEEDS PICTURES TAKEN OF ANYTHING THEY WANT ME TO TAKE THEM OR TO BORROW MY CAMERA. BECAUSE THE PICTURES ARE SO CLEAR AND ALWAYS TURN OUT GOOD. THESE OTHER PEOPLE WHO HAVE HAD SO MUCH TROUBLE PROBABLY WOULD HAVE PROBLEMS WITH ANY CAMERA THEY USED. BUT YOU HAVE TO REMEMBER THERE ARE GOOD AND BAD ONES IN EVERYTHING YOU BUY. I HAVE TRULY ENJOYED MINE AND AM NOW BUYING ONE FOR MY MOTHER FOR CHRISTMAS TOO.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not reliable at all
I bought this camera with the confidence that a brand like Minolta inspires. It isn't of course one of the sofisticated and expensive Minoltas, but for my amateur purposes, it seemed pretty decent at firstsight.It proved to be a disapointment: the pictures are not very clear,especially the portrait type ones, though I was careful not to shoot themfrom too short a distance, the flesh is too slow. But the surprise waswhen, after only 27 days of using it,my camera's computer system stoppedfunctioning, without having previousely been subject to any shock. I wasstill lucky that my purchase receit was not expired, so I returned it tothe store.Now I'm looking for another camera, but it will definitely notbe a Minolta.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not what I expected
I had a Cannon Sure-shut point&shoot 35mm camera before. It was a very nice camera for my daily general use. Some of the photos I even enlarged to 14x11" and still looked sharp.

However, this Minolta Sightseer Ibought (from Wal-Mart though) disappointed me in the following ways:

1.Rough resolutions, - it is the worst I've experinced after using many otherpoint-shoot cameras. The lighting conditions have to be perfect to getdecent resolutions. Use of slower speed films did not help either.

2.Slow recharge time, - when you shoot in dark conditions that require flash,the waiting is too long between shuts.Particularly inconvenient if youare taking photos for children...

I would not buy a point&shoot zoom35mm camera anymore, no matter what brand, but I would by a fixed focullens one to carry around. ... Read more


126. Konica Minolta media tray / feeder - 500 sheets ( 1710585-100 )

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Asin: B0007MCT7S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Konica-Minolta
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Product Description

Konica Minolta intends to be a company that constantly brings new surprises to customers, through its unique and innovative products and services, by mobilizing its broad technological capabilities in the field of imaging. ... Read more


127. Konica Minolta X60 5MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom

our price: $349.99
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Asin: B0009IQ62Y
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
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Product Description

The DiMAGE X60 is a digital camera with the fastest-in-class startup time, non-protruding 3.0X optical zoom, and 5-megapixel CCD. It also has a 2.5-inch LCD - even larger than the previous model and big enough for family or friends to gather around and enjoy viewing images together. The DiMAGE X60 - high-quality images in a fun-filled, easy-to-share package.Thin, stylish body - the camera is just 22-mm thick. Even faster operation with an approximate 0.5-second startup time, the fastest in its class*.(* As of April 2005, for 3.0X optical zoom cameras.) Easy operation and easy menu navigation with a large 2.5-inch LCD monitor. Konica Minoltaâs proprietary CxProcessâs proprietary non-protruding zoom lens, the DiMAGE X60 keeps its sleek appearance even when the zoom is activated. The slim 22-mm-thick body houses a 3.0X optical zoom and weighs just 115 g. And, the convenient sliding cover adds a practical feature to this stylish design, safeguarding the lens while you store the DiMAGE X60 inside your pocket or purse. Worldâs Fastest* Startup TimeThe DiMAGE X60 boasts an amazingly fast and fluid startup: switch the camera on and youâre ready to start taking great pictures in about 0.5 seconds. This and the approximately 0.08-second shutter-release time lag mean youâll never miss capturing those unexpected yet special moments. (* As of April 2005, for 3.0X optical zoom cameras.) Large 2.5-Inch LCDThe DiMAGE X60â ... Read more

Features

  • Stores images on SD memory cards; includes 15MB of internal memory; powered by rechargeable Li-ion battery (battery and charger included)
  • 5-megapixel CCD captures enough detail for photo-quality 13 x 17-inch prints
  • 3x optical zoom; folded optics technology provides a full-flat, non-protruding zoom lens
  • 2.5-inch anti-reflective LCD display
  • Fast 0.5-second startup time; 0.08-second shutter-release time lag

128. Minolta Freedom Action Zoom 90 Date 35mm Camera
by Konica Minolta
list price: $150.99
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Asin: B00004TJ7Q
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 4172
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Minolta's Freedom Action Zoom 90 date camera is a perfect companion forvacations, day trips, family outings, or anywhere the action is. It is compactand lightweight, so it's easy to carry in your pocket, purse, or backpack. Theversatile 2.4x zoom lens allows for a wide range of photographic subjects,including landscapes, groups, snapshots, candids, and portraits. A zoom levermakes it easy to adjust the zoom position while composing in the viewfinder.

A200-step infrared autofocus system keeps the main subject sharp under a widevariety of shooting conditions. To compose a clear, focused shot, just frameyour picture, press the shutter-release button partway down to lock the focus,and take the picture. The focus-hold option allows you to stay focused on asubject while recomposing your picture.

The Freedom Action Zoom 90 shoots in avariety of lighting situations with several flash modes. In auto mode, you canconcentrate on your subject while the camera fires the flash when needed. If the main subject is backlit, fill flash may be selected to enhance lighting.A flash-cancel button is provided for museum shots when a flash is notpermitted.

Night portrait mode synchronizes the flash with a slow shutter soyou'll have enough light to capture shots in the evening with ambient light. You can also set the autofocus system to infinity to ensure sharp photos ofdistant subjects in a landscape. The built-in quartz data back imprintsthe date or time on each photo and can be switched off when desired. ... Read more

Features

  • Versatile 2.4x zoom lens
  • Easy point-and-shoot operation
  • Fully automatic focus, with focus hold
  • Multifunction automatic flash with red-eye reduction
  • Exposure modes for a wide variety of shooting conditions

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars I love this camera!
I really love this camera! It takes great photos, is easy to operate, and has a great zoom lens! It's my new favorite toy. I take it everywhere with me.

4-0 out of 5 stars vacation workhorse
Very good camera. Unlike Olimpus, takes pictures fast, opens, closes quickly. Quality of pictures high and consistent. lacks modern metallic design, but it's reflected in the price. ... Read more


129. MINOLTA Freedom Zoom 130QD

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Asin: B00006I5I6
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Minolta
Sales Rank: 5834
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

Reviews (1)

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


130. "Toner Cartridge for Magicolor 3300 approx. 9000 char Black"

our price: $51.99
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Asin: B0000CA0IL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: MINOLTA-QMS
Sales Rank: 90881
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Product Description

Konica-Minolta (1710550-001) Black Toner-3300 Magicolor ... Read more


131. MINOLTA 8589-217 - 10-30X Zoom Binoculars
by Minolta

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Asin: B0000705IN
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Minolta
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Features

  • 10-30 Zoom
  • 27 objective

132. Minolta Vectis 200 APS Camera
by Konica Minolta

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Asin: B00005LJ7X
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 9085
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133. Konica Minolta Magenta Toner Cartridge for magicolor 3300 (1710550-003)
by QMS
list price: $236.58
our price: $191.99
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Asin: B0000CA0IN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: QMS
Sales Rank: 61897
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134. Minolta Activa Compact 10x25 FM (Full Multicoated) Binocular
by Minolta
list price: $145.00
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Asin: B00005N5WN
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Minolta
Sales Rank: 6562
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135. Konica Minolta Activa 10x42 Waterproof Sport Binocular with Case & Strap
by Konica Minolta
list price: $199.99
our price: $169.99
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Asin: B0002L57LE
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 8154
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136. Konica Minolta UC III 6x16 Ultra Compact Binocular with Case & Strap
by Konica Minolta
list price: $89.99
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Asin: B00006I5HV
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
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Features

  • Magnification -6X (6 times closer)
  • Objective -16mm
  • Center focus knob
  • Minimum focus -3.3 feet
  • Field of view @ 1000 yards -477 Feet

137. Minolta Maxxum HTsi Plus 35mm SLR Camera Kit w/ 28-80mm Lens
by Konica Minolta
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B00004RJYB
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 4734
Average Customer Review: 4.31 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The Minolta Maxxum HTsi Plus provides the superior picture quality of a single-lens-reflex camera (SLR) with the easy-to-use automatic controls of a point-and-shoot camera. It's a good choice for both advanced photographers and beginners who want better-quality pictures.

The picture quality of point-and-shoot cameras pales in comparison to those produced with an SLR camera, which gives you better optics, a through-the-lens view that lets you accurately frame your photos, and manual options for full control of your exposure and focus. If you are used to point-and-shoots, this camera makes the transition to SLRs easy; however, you'll have to refer to the manual to get the hang of using the extensive menu of advanced settings. In our tests, the HTsi Plus offered the full range of advanced controls--it let us set the aperture, exposure, and focus manually. The HTsi Plus also made it easy to switch into full automatic mode, in which we just pressed the shutter button, and the camera performed the focusing and exposure for us.

The Minolta Maxxum HTsi Plus is quite lightweight for an SLR and includes both a pop-up flash and an external flash shoe. It includes five preset exposure modes including portrait, landscape, and macro; burst mode; aperture and shutter priority modes; and a self-timer. For serious amateurs or professionals, the HTsi Plus offers all the standard SLR functions, although we found its aperture setting method (you have to push the aperture preview button and turn the camera's selection wheel) a bit disorienting at first. The HTsi Plus's 28-80 zoom lens gave us a good range for everything from portraits to landscapes. We especially liked the automatic exposure bracketing and multiple exposure functions; these features are useful in getting the right shot and exercising your creativity.

Pros:

  • Lightweight
  • Built-in flash
  • Easy to use
  • High-quality optics

Cons:

  • Menu selection somewhat hard to figure out
  • Unconventional aperture-selection method
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Features

  • ARRAY(0x82c74fc)
  • Full-featured 35mm SLR
  • 28-80mm zoom lens
  • Fully automatic operation with manual option
  • Built-in flash; includes batteries and wide strap

Reviews (16)

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for beginners who want to become experts.
I went from a point and shoot camera to this one and I love it! In plain English, I can set the f-stop, set how long the shutter stays open, take two pictures in the same frame, take continuous shots, and exposure bracketing lets me set the meter then it takes three shots: the one I set, 1/2 stop under and 1/2 stop over. Plus, in the five program modes I just press a button to select which mode (macro, night, landscape, etc.) and it automatically knows where to focus for the kind of picture I want. Just about all the features of a full manual camera, yet I just press the P button and it goes right back to full-auto point and shoot mode. With 400 speed film I've taken excellent pictures in almost no light in the night mode.

As far as I can tell it lacks only two features: it doesn't time-date stamp and there is no panoramic mode. Also, the infra-red sensor on the front of the camera is apparently for the auto-focus, not for a remote/remote shutter capability, as I was told when I bought it. A remote shutter release cord is available for this camera... (Minolta part # RC1000L for the 16ft and RC1000S for the 15in.)

I bought my HTsi Plus in a camera shop and paid... more for it, so you can't go wrong getting it here.

5-0 out of 5 stars An Excellent Camera
I purchased a Minolta HTsi Plus camera in October 2000 and have shot an average of two rolls of film per week with this camera since then. I have nothing but praise for this camera. The HTsi Plus has never failed me in any way. I suggest you buy the body only. Don't spend money on a 28-80 lens that may come in some camera kits; rather put that money into a lens that gives you much more flexibility, like a 28-200 lens. I use Sigma 28-200 and 70-300 auto focus lenses, and I can report nothing but satisfaction, reliability, and ease of use. I had considered purchasing a more expensive SLR camera, but today I am pleased I did not, for this camera is perfect for me, an experienced but amateur photographer. I have had loads of fun with this camera and taken hundreds of wonderful photos. I recommend the Minolta HTsi Plus without hesitation or qualification.

3-0 out of 5 stars Exposure Problems
I have a mixed review of this camera since i bought it about 8 months ago. Over all the technology for the price you get in this camera is great, with the exception of the Auto Focus (AF). When used in manual, you can get great pictures with this camera, but then you can get good pictures with any camera that works in manual, if you know what your doing. So the real issue is how good the AF works, which is how you end up taking 80% of your shots anyways. The AF on the Minolta HTsi Plus has some problems. One, it is a little slow to focus. I tried the Canon Rebel in the camera shop after I bought this camera and found the AF to be much faster. Two, this camera seems to have some serious exposure problems in AF. It never quite gets the exposure right. For example outside shots look bleached out more often then not, even when you try to light meter off the brightest spot first. Also, the contrast in color seems to always come out weak with this camera. I am not sure how much of this is the camera's fault or lens's fault as film also plays a role here, but pictures defiantly come out color poor. I have used a number of different films with this and they all come out color poor.

Over all the technology in this Camera is good -AF so if you always use manual, this camera is good for that. But if you think you are going to do some percentage of point and shot with this camera, I would look elsewhere. If i had to do it over, I would have spent a little more and got the Canon Rebel.

3-0 out of 5 stars Minolta HTsi Plus AF Camera
This has been a great camera for 3 years and 2000 pictures. However it recently has been giving me some trouble. It is now at Minolta getting fixed for $130.00. The first thing that happened was the built in flash would not fire anymore. Then a few weeks later the camera would not even power up. This camera has taken alot of great pictures for me I was just a little disapointed it just quit on me. The only cons I would say about the camera is no Date Imprinting,no Depth of field check. There also is no Panoramic mode and the XI 3500 flash I used when, on the camera hotshoe the red eye function would not work. It is a good camera I would just recomend an extended warranty.

4-0 out of 5 stars excellent camera
This camera for the few weeks and 4 rolls of film outside and inside both gave consistent great results. Indoor pics with flash come out well exposed, sharp and colors are very good at 400 speed fuji film. The lens is sufficient for start easy to handle and autofocus feature is great on it. Different picture modes do work and make difference. At best buy this one comes with a kit that includes a 1a filter which is quite nice also. If you do buy it there get the 4 yr protection plan its well workth it and its only 20 bucks. However i did end up returning it for one reason only - what I tought would be my drive for photography turned out not so so I figure for my purpose 100 bucks point and shoot will do =). I am going to buy a point and shoot minolta though this HTSI gave me faith in minolta products. ... Read more


138. Minolta Dimage 2330 2.3 Megapixel Zoom Kit
by Konica Minolta
list price: $499.99
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Asin: B000051ZTF
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 9117
Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (5)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good for the average user
This is a light weight camera that is easy to carry on hikes and other outings. The picture quality has been good and the controls easy to use. This camera has several draw backs: it will not focus in low light, very bright, or low contrast conditions. It is also impossible to manually focus in these conditions using the LCD screen. I also don't like the red-eye flash being the default. You can change the flash to another mode but when you turn the camera off the next time you turn it on it defaults back to the red-eye flash mode. This is my first digital camera and through this experience I have learned what to look for in my next one.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not bad but not best
This is a compact camera, handles well, spunky looking, but a few drawbacks. I like natural-light photography and this is the wrong digital camera for that. First, it has trouble focusing and the manual (LCD) focusing is pretty hopeless in dim light - can't see anything on the screen anyway! Second, the sensitivity is not good - certain other digital cameras have ISO/ASA ranges 100-400, but the Minolta's are just 100. I guess if I was just taking pictures of the Grand Canyon in daylight these wouldn't bother me. I'll be more careful of natural light capabilities in my next purchase. If you take many high-resolution pictures without downloading you'll want to invest in at least 1 16 or 32 mb flashcard ($50 or so.)

4-0 out of 5 stars good camera, could be better
I was looking for a durable and high-quality camera to take some pictures that I could quickly access. For the money I paid, I was a little disappointed in the Minolta Dimage. The quality of the pictures is pretty good, and the 3x zoom lens is nice when you want to get closer (which a lot of other cameras don't have).

Pros: *1.8" LCD display on back (you can see pictures you take!) *lightweight (for the mobile photographer) *usb connectivity (faster photo d/l to your pc)

Cons:

*the camera is expensive for the quality of images it produces.. you can find 3 megapixel cameras around the same price range *the LCD display is kind of small

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Pictures, but not perfect.
This unit has lots of great features for the price. The red-eye reduction and zoom among them. Both help you take great pictures. The colors are vivid and the picture quality is amazing. The menu options are easy to use. Battery life is average, but this unit comes with 4 rechargeable batteries and a charger for them, a definite plus! One drawback I have noticed is focusing. Sometimes in low light situations, the unit has trouble finding a focal point. You can do a manual focus, but you have to change menu options. I believe this is a great camera for an amature looking to make the next step. Overall a good camera for a very good price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Camera!
I thought this was such a great camera. It is very small and compact which let me be able to take it every where I go. The picture quality has been The best I have seen from a digital camera. I would highly recommend this camera to anyone! ... Read more


139. MINOLTA10-30x27 FM Activa Compact Zoom Binoculars
by Konica Minolta
list price: $179.99
our price: $159.99
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Asin: B00006I5HW
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Konica Minolta
Sales Rank: 11377
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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

140. Konica Minolta DiMAGE Scan Speed Film Scanner
by Minolta
list price: $1,095.99
our price: $739.88
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Asin: B00004UFLO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Minolta
Sales Rank: 55810
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Minolta Dimâge Scan Speed scanner is designed for the demands of businesses, and yet the novice who wants to create top-quality images will also appreciate a scanner designed as an easy-to-use, focus-free system to yield ultrasharp images. With a high input resolution capability of 2,820 dpi, the Dimâge Scan Speed supplies 10 million pixels in a full-frame image scanned from 35mm film. The 12-bit RGB analog-to-digital conversion and 3.6 dynamic range deliver strong color while adjusting for deep shadows and bright highlights. Since scanned images possess the fine quality of your original, you'll maintain accurate color fidelity in the final printing.

The Dimâge Scan Speed scans 35mm positive and negative films in color and black and white, scanning 35mm color positives in an average of 40 seconds. Combine the fast scanning rate with a high-speed SCSI-II interface and your staff will scan more productively, saving time and effort. Consider the addition of the optional AD-10 adapter and you can also scan Advanced Photo System film.

The compact Dimâge Scan Speed's full-featured driver software provides high-quality scans using independent windows and clear, convenient function buttons for the fastest easy access. Compatible for both Macintosh and PC systems, the package includes Adobe Photoshop LE and a ColorSync profiling system. --Barbara Price ... Read more

Features

  • Scans 35mm negatives and slides; APS option available
  • 2,820 dpi maximum input resolution
  • SCSI-2 interface
  • Fast 40-second scanning of full-range, full-resolution images
  • Includes Adobe PhotoShop LE and driver software

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars OK scanner, but no Digital ICE for image cleaning after scan
The title of the review says it all.

Do NOT get this scanner. Get the Minolta Dimage Scan Elite for a little more with Digital Ice. I did quite a bit of research before deciding on this scanner, so I'll sum up for you what took me many hours. I also considered a couple of the lower end Minolta Dimage scanners, as well as the Nikon Coolscan and the HP Photosmart S20.

Essentially, they all promise to scan 35mm film, and with an adapter, it can also do APS. However, promises are just that - empty for most of these scanners.

This one is OK if you dont mind some bad scans b/c of no Digital Ice. If you spend another $100 you can get the Scan Elite which has the Digital Ice. A MUST have. ... Read more


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