Minolta introduced the X-700 in 1981 and was the top model of their final manual-focus SLR camera’s.
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Minolta introduced the X-700 in 1981. It was the top model of their final manual-focus SLR. The X-700 used the basic body of the XG-M with electronically controlled step less speeds, but added full program auto exposure in addition to the XG-M’s aperture priority and metered manual modes. This program mode was referred to as “MPS” or Minolta Program System. The lens this body uses is a fast 50mm f/1.7 a perfect allround lens that produces some great bokeh we all love.
This camera has a pedigree meaning it has been tried tested and is very loved. The best person for this camera are more advanced beginners that have an idea of what they are doing or beginners that do not mind spending a little more money for a ‘better’ camera.
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