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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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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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Will minolta 7000 lenses fit nikon d5000?

Do Maxxum 7000 lenses fit other cameras?

Yes. The Minolta Maxxum 7000 uses the Minolta AF mount; lenses for the camera should fit any Minolta auto-focus SLR ever made, as well as Sony's α digital SLRs (A100, A700, A200, and friends). Th... Read More »
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Will your current af lenses for minolta cameras fit the old x-700 mps?

The focus is adjusted on the lens, not on the camera body itself. For a lens which has autofocus (almost all modern lenses) there will be a small slider switch on the lens, close to the body of th... Read More »
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