Minolta's answer to the Canon AE-1. This classic camera was originally sold in 1984 and was a hit for Minolta. This aperture priority camera is a good option for those just starting out in film photography and don't want to break the bank.
This video covers
- The camera features and how to use them
- Changing ISO
- Changing Aperture
- Changing Film Speed
- Understanding the meter
- How to remove the lens and place it back on
- How to load film
I wouldn't pay more than 25$ for this camera and the lenses should cost about that much as well. Minolta lenses are great though and should get you some awesome images.
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