• Body $8.00 + shipping
  • Lens cap $4.99
  • 35-70mm lens $5.05 + shipping
  • $22 for 10 rolls

Minolta Maxxum 7000

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I've recently been shooting with this Minolta Maxxum 7000 that I put together from bits I won on eBay. The body, lens, lens cap and film were all bought separately (cost in notes on pic) and it works great and is pretty solid.
Released in 1985, cost around $400.

GeoffGabriel, Indulal, Adrià Pascual, and 8 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Antonio Álvarez [deleted] 48 months ago | reply

    this IS my favorite camera of all time, because it was the one I learned on as kid in the 80s.
    i have the 1st gen of the 35-70 zoom which is an F4 all around, but this one should focus smoother

  2. ~RichArtpix~ 48 months ago | reply

    I have a Minolta that someone from work gave me.......I love the results I get from it, but there is something wrong with the shutter, and sometimes it would work......frustrating.......
    Lucky film? that's a new one for me!

  3. Barry Yanowitz 48 months ago | reply

    really nice. never heard of Lucky film either...10 rolls for $22, good deal

  4. Kodachromosome64 48 months ago | reply

    New Lucky Super 200...hmmm, is this some Japanese or Chinese brand? It has that sound to it!

  5. ho_hokus 48 months ago | reply

    thanks all, yes it's from China.

  6. Bill Millen 44 months ago | reply

    Very nice looking bit of kit there!

  7. Indulal 38 months ago | reply

    Takes Me Down Memory Lane @ 1992.

  8. deleonjayson 31 months ago | reply

    I'm using this camera just now ~ Love the results on my test shots ~

  9. ho_hokus 31 months ago | reply

    That's great, it is still a very capable camera, enjoy it. I still use mine.

  10. ho_hokus 24 months ago | reply

    Mirror stuck. End of the road for this one I suspect. Still, a good run. 1987 - 2013.

  11. Kodachromosome64 24 months ago | reply

    Awww..,. too bad! You got some great shots with it though!

  12. ho_hokus 24 months ago | reply

    Thanks, I'm quite bummed about this one breaking. It's just such a beautiful design, feels right in my hands and is a very manageable weight.

  13. nikon enthusist 7 months ago | reply

    are those your cameras? me if I get a good camera I would probably get a full frame dslr nikon

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