Question regarding minolta camera's

Discussion in 'Minolta' started by Ken Chandler, Mar 25, 2005.

  1. Ken Chandler

    Ken Chandler Guest

    Hi Fiona,

    No, they are different cameras.
    About half way down this page is a brief comparison:

    http://www.photozone.de/2Equipment/minoltacamera.htm
    * Both have a Manual exposure mode

    * The 700si can handle multi-exposure, the 7000 can't (optional backs don't
    provide this feature either)

    * Both cameras allow for manual setting/override of ISO setting

    * Both camera use either RC-1000L (5 metre) or RC-1000S (50 cm) remotes
    Other Useful URLs:

    7000 User Guide:
    http://www.mir.com.my/rb/photography/hardwares/classics/maxxum7k/manual/index.htm

    700si User Guide:
    http://kmpi.konicaminolta.us/eprise.../cam_Manual/cam_ManualDetail/Maxxum_700si_Pt1

    KC
     
    Ken Chandler, Mar 25, 2005
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    Wolf359 Guest

    Wolf359, Mar 26, 2005
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  3. Gday, just wondering if the Minolta 7000 is the same as the Minolta 700Si?
    Im trying to find the specs on both camera's.
    I want a camera that has full manual mode, where I can change the ISO
    settings, where I can multi expose (when i learn how) and where I can have a
    cable release.
    Does BOTH these camera's have these?
    The reason Im sticking to minolta is I have already a few different minolta
    lens and dont wanna by them for a new camera.


    Thank you for any input.
    Fiona
     
    GRAHAME MACDONALD, Mar 26, 2005
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  4. Thank you so much for that.
    That has answered my questions.
    Much appreciated.
    Fiona
     
    GRAHAME MACDONALD, Mar 26, 2005
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    retoohs Guest

    the 700si is a great camera. I have one and had a 7xi as well. I bought
    the 7D and sold the 7xi but couldn't part with the 700si.

    Alan
    also had a 7000i which come after the 7000, they are getting old now
     
    retoohs, Apr 2, 2005
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