The Minolta X-700 is a 35 mm single-lens reflex film camera introduced by Minolta in 1981. It was the top model of their final manual-focus SLR series. This one is a bit of a Frankenstein X-700 where I bought several broken units and made one out of all the best parts.
|Key features:||Aperture-priority & program auto exposure, full manual control, bright viewfinder.|
|Compatibility:||Minolta M/MD lenses.|
|Batteries:||2 x LR44 ✓|
|Condition:||Known Issue: the aperture-trigger lever within the lens mount does not fire with the shutter. As such, in order to use anything other than the lens wide-open, the DOF-preview button must be pressed while taking the shot. This also renders P mode unusable. Price reduced accordingly from $200. Otherwise, the external condition and functionality are good.|
|Included:||Batteries, body cap, and strap included.|
Batteries, body cap, and strap included.