Some old shots with the Minolta 7000

  Here are some of my older shots with the Minolta 7000. This camera was the first successful, mass-produced, auto focus SLR.  It has a distinctive look and control lay-out. It feels very 1980s, but was very futuristic for its time, and works exceptionally well. I own three of these cameras. These photos were shot with various film types, developed in D76,  and scanned with a $60 dollar film scanner.

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4 thoughts on “Some old shots with the Minolta 7000

    • Those EXIF are from my first scanner, it only costed me $50 dollar new, it was basically a digital camera with build in light box. Shortly after I ditched that and got an Epson flatbed.

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