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 What Is the Difference Between Minolta Cameras 7000i & 7000?

Answer Minolta cameras have been around for decades. Two of those film cameras are the 7000 and 7000i models. While similar in many ways, there are a few differences between these single lens reflex (SLR)... Read More »
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What is the difference between Arri Cameras and Panavision Cameras?

They are two different manufacturers. Your question about which is "best" is meaningless. BTW, these are not camcorders, they are film cameras.
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What is the Difference between SLR cameras and digital cameras?

Here is a question alot of people ask when buying cameras. Which should I buy..the "advanced" SLR or a Point and Shoot? Let's first address the "what do I use the camera for" aspect. If your lookin... Read More »
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Can you use the lenses from your minolta maxxum 7000i 35mm camera on a digital camera?

They should work on Minolta digital cameras, and possibly the new Sonys as well. Check carefully into the camera specs.
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Whats is the difference between film based cameras and digital cameras?

now Danielle is writing this :) digital cameras might seem better but are they?? They might be easier to use but they are actually harder because you have to focus them while the digital one is eas... Read More »
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