The short answer is; no. There isn't any practical (inexpensive) way to use our (I own a Konica SLR too) Hexanon lenses on a digital camera. I did find a site that offered to customize my Konica lenses for digital use for about $1500.00 per lens, the new lenses for the digital camera I own don't cost that much and the Konica lenses aren't that good. I stopped searching.
I have lenses that mount to a Konica TC and A3. They range from a F1.8 40mm to zoom 75-260; I also have a 2x tele convertor and a set of macro extenders. I want to step up from a compact digital and would like to know what (if any) digital cameras can use these lenses. A Konica website specification for the mount is "Bayonet type Konica Mount 11". My price range is $500 to $800. I haven't found the answer here but there seem to be a number of people asking about old film lenses on digital cameras. I will be visiting a camera shop soon and will post back what I find out there. If everyone using film lenses on digital bodies would post, that would make a very useful FAQ.