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Minolta XG-M

€100,00 EUR
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SKU: A0006W 1349DB

Excellent Minolta XG-M SLR camera. Tested and working and the camera is in good condition. The mirror is clean and there is no damage on the camera. The camera is looking good.

The Minolta XG-M was a 35mm single-lens reflex camera introduced in 1981 by Minolta of Japan. It was also known as the X-70 on the Japanese market, in which it was not available until 1982. When released, it was the top model in Minolta's XG series of consumer-grade manual focus SLRs, replacing the XG-9. Changes from that model included a metered manual mode (the XG-9's meter was switched off in manual), and a revised body style with rearranged controls. This was also the first camera to use Minolta's new logo, which was used until the 2003 merger into Konica Minolta.


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Hard to Find | CAMERA STORE

Minolta XG-M

€100,00 EUR

Excellent Minolta XG-M SLR camera. Tested and working and the camera is in good condition. The mirror is clean and there is no damage on the camera. The camera is looking good.

The Minolta XG-M was a 35mm single-lens reflex camera introduced in 1981 by Minolta of Japan. It was also known as the X-70 on the Japanese market, in which it was not available until 1982. When released, it was the top model in Minolta's XG series of consumer-grade manual focus SLRs, replacing the XG-9. Changes from that model included a metered manual mode (the XG-9's meter was switched off in manual), and a revised body style with rearranged controls. This was also the first camera to use Minolta's new logo, which was used until the 2003 merger into Konica Minolta.

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