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Specs

General

  • Depth
    2.6 in
  • Camera Type
    SLR camera
  • Manufacturer
    Konica Minolta

Carrying Case

  • Type
    none

Camera Flash

  • Type
    pop-up flash
  • Guide Number (m / ISO 100)
    12
  • Lens Coverage
    28mm
  • Red Eye Reduction
    Yes
  • Features
    AF illuminator
  • Shooting Range
    3.3 ft - 13 ft

Miscellaneous

  • Included Camera Accessories
    body cap, strap

Viewfinder

  • Field Coverage
    90 x 90%
  • Viewfinder Frames
    Autofocus frame
  • Viewfinder Information
    Exposure compensation, AF-in-focus, flash charge completion
  • Type
    Eye-level mirror pentaprism

Camera

  • Exposure Range
    1/2000 sec - 30 sec
  • Exposure Range Details
    EV 4-20 (ISO 100)
  • Type
    SLR camera
  • Camera Format
    35mm
  • Min Exposure
    1/2000 sec
  • Max Exposure
    30 sec
  • Exposure Modes
    aperture-priority, automatic, bulb, manual, program, shutter-priority
  • Shutter Control
    electronic
  • Timer Functions
    self-timer
  • Self-Timer Delay
    10 sec
  • Lens System Presence
    optional (body only)
  • Shooting Modes
    close-up, landscape, night portrait, portrait, sports
  • Exposure Metering
    multi-segment
  • Exposure Metering Zones
    2
  • Exposure Compensation
    ±3 EV range, in 1/2 EV steps
  • Auto Exposure Bracketing
    3 steps in 1/2 EV step
  • Auto Focus
    TTL phase detection
  • Auto Focus Modes
    automatic, continuous, single-shot
  • Auto Focus Points (Zones)
    3
  • Auto Focus Working Range
    EV 1-18
  • X-sync Speed
    1/90 sec
  • Remote Control
    Optional
  • Film Speed Range
    ISO 6 - 6400
  • Film Advance
    automatic
  • Continuous Shooting Speed
    1.7 frames per second
  • Date Imprint Function
    Yes
  • Status LCD Display Information
    aperture, autofocus mode, battery condition, date / time, drive mode, exposure compensation, flash mode, frame counter, manual focus mode, program, red-eye reduction, self-timer mode, shutter speed
  • Flash Terminal
    hot shoe
  • Features
    autoexposure lock, autofocus lock, multiple exposure

Battery

  • Required Qty
    2
  • Form Factor
    CR2
  • Technology
    lithium

Header

  • Brand
    Minolta
  • Product Line
    Minolta Maxxum
  • Model
    50 Date
  • Packaged Quantity
    1

CE System

  • Remote Control
    optional

Exposure Range

  • Light Metering Range
    EV 4-20
  • Sensitivity
    ISO 100

Optical Viewfinder

  • Type
    eye-level mirror pentaprism
  • Field Coverage
    90 x 90%
  • Magnification
    0.75x
  • Viewfinder Frames
    autofocus frame

Tripod

  • Type
    none

Dimensions & Weight

  • Width
    5.3 in
  • Depth
    2.6 in
  • Height
    3.6 in
  • Weight
    11.82 oz

General

  • Manufacturer
    Konica Minolta

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