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Is the Minolta's maxxum 5000i a film or digital camera?


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2009-10-31 06:47:09
2009-10-31 06:47:09

Is the Minolta's maxxum 5000i a film or digital camera?, is a Film Camera, that has program cards for specific electronic controls for photo's ( sports, close-up, portrait, ect ect

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The Minolta Maxxum 5000i 35mm SLR camera memory card is a flat card that comes in a variety of GB sizes. This type of memory card is sold at many places that sell cameras and other electronic devices.

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No, it will not match. You need an adapter with correction lens to use those lenses for SRT on your Maxxum AF cameras

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They should work on Minolta digital cameras, and possibly the new Sonys as well. Check carefully into the camera specs.

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Yes it will fit an alpha mount Digital SLR camera. The Maxxum 5000 was the first to use the alpha mount as it was also the first AF SLR camera. The lens may be slow by today's standards.

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Yes, the Minolta Maxxum 7000 lens will work with a digital Minolta camera. Any digital Minolta SLR with interchangeable lens capabilities will work with a Minolta lens.


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