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1. Minolta Freedom Zoom 125 Panorama
2. Minolta Freedom Zoom 150 Date
3. Minolta Freedom Zoom 160 Date
4. Minolta Freedom 140EX Camera with
5. Minolta Freedom Zoom 70
6. Minolta Freedom 115 Date 35mm
7. Minolta Freedom Explorer EX Panorama
8. Minolta Zoom 80 Date 35mm Camera
9. Minolta Freedom Family Zoom II
10. Minolta Freedom Action Zoom 90
11. Minolta F10BF 35mm Camera
12. Konica Minolta 110 Date Zoom 35mm
13. KONICA MINOLTA Zoom 60C Compact
14. Minolta Freedom Zoom 130 Quartz
15. Minolta Freedom Zoom Supreme EX
16. MINOLTA Zoom 80C Compact 35mm
17. Minolta Freedom Action Zoom 90
18. Minolta Freedom Zoom 125 35mm
19. Minolta Freedom Family 35-60mm
20. Minolta AF101R 35mm Autofocus

1. Minolta Freedom Zoom 125 Panorama Date 35mm Camera w/Remote Control
by Konica Minolta
Electronics
list price: $249.99
Asin: B00004ZBTT
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

One of the tiniest and lightest advanced 35mm compact cameras around,the Minolta Freedom Zoom 125 packs a lot of excellent features into its stylish,streamlined aluminum shell (with plastic backing). The fully automatic FreedomZoom 125 boasts a 37.5-125mm zoom lens for wide angles and excellent close-ups(sharp as close as 1.97 feet), along with a multi autofocus system, (so peoplestanding apart, for example, will still be in focus), and a three-segment lightmetering system with a highly accurate AE sensor for great exposures under mostconditions. Also included is a remote with a working range of approximately16.4 feet. It provides two shutter release modes: standard mode triggers theshutter as soon as the button on the remote control is pressed, while thedelayed mode takes the exposure two seconds after the button is pressed. Now youcan include yourself in the shot without racing against the self-timer. And, soyou'll never again have to wonder when you took those pictures, the Freedom Zoom125 comes with a time/date stamp.Read more

Features

  • Lightweight, compact, and easy-to-carry
  • Minimum focus distance of 2 feet
  • Wide focus area
  • Panorama mode
  • Continuous film advance

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent compact camera
I consider myself an intermediate-level photographer. I bought this camera (3) years ago from The Wiz and have used it quite heavily in that time, taking both indoor and outdoor photos. I've also taken some nighttime photos at Christmas time with excellent results. I've been extremely happy with the image quality -- colors, clarity, vibrancy, sharpness. I've also been happy with the feel of the camera -- sturdy, doesn't feel cheap or clunky. I've taken a number of action shots with superb results except when I inadvertently move the camera. Generally I follow my subjects (children, pets, etc.) around with the camera on and the flash set properly. I keep my finger pressed lightly on the shutter button so the camera is focused on something. For me, this helps eliminates delays in autofocus and lag time between shots. I can take many shots in succession with very minimal and acceptable delay. Basically, in order to enjoy this camera, you have to have realistic expectations. For example, the flash isn't as strong as on SLR cameras, so you need to be mindful of this and use the proper film. In low light, I use 800 Kodak film. I've found this camera to be excellent for every conceivable purpose -- family portraits, close-ups, landscapes, etc. Battery life has been good for me. Each time I take in a roll to be developed, there is rarely a bad picture, and if there is, it is always my fault, not the camera's. There are (2) reasons why I'm not giving this camera (5) stars:1) The red-eye reduction feature is inadequate. This is the one main drawback for me. I've used the standard techniques for minimizing this. When photographing adults, there's generally no problem. But pets and children can be challenging. Minolta could eliminate this problem by designing the camera with a pop-up flash similar to Nikon's. 2) In order to open the battery compartment, you need the camera cord, which has a special "key" on it to open the compartment. I don't like this since you could lose the cord or break the key.3-0 out of 5 stars Fuzzy Pictures
I just bought this camera for a month. I took a roll (400) of pictures but it came out fuzzy. It seemed like the lens can't focus the object right. Plus, it's not as perfect as I thought before I bought it. Anyway, I like the style and the compact size of this camera. I would still recommend it as it comes with a remote control which I think it's worth for the price.5-0 out of 5 stars Great choice
I have a Fuji Tiara APS point and shoot that I am extremely happy with. A friend of mine has a Rollei Prego 125 zoom in 35 mm that has also performed well for him. When another friend of mine was looking to replace his old camera with a compact point and shoot model, I went to a store near me that carries at least a couple of dozen different models of point and shoot cameras, to see what was available since I had purchased mine 15 months ago. This field changes so rapidly that even one year is enough to produce substantial changes in the offerings. Read more


2. Minolta Freedom Zoom 150 Date 35mm Camera
by Konica Minolta
Electronics
list price: $349.99
Asin: B00004S5H8
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

The Minolta Freedom Zoom 150 panorama/date camera is one of the world's smallest 35mm cameras with a full 4x zoom lens. It weighs only 6.7 ounces, yet it offers an array of automatic features for trouble-free snapshooting. Film transport is fully automatic. After loading the film, the Minolta Freedom Zoom 150's back cover remains securely locked until the film is rewound into the cartridge, thereby preventing the film from being ruined by accidentally opening the back cover.Read more

Features

  • Pocket-sized camera with a full 4x zoom lens
  • SLR-type autofocusing for razor-sharp results
  • Built-in 6-mode flash with red-eye reduction
  • Selectable panoramic and date imprint functions
  • Automatic film transport with film chamber lock to prevent accidental film exposures

Reviews (22)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Little Camera
I have now owned my Minolta Freedom Zoom Date 150 for almost one year, and I still love it!I have taken many, many rolls of film with this camera (I bought it one month prior to the birth of our first child) and have been very pleased with the camera's perfomance.
1-0 out of 5 stars guess you should listen to recomindations here
we wanted a camera,zoom ,red eye reduction,
1-0 out of 5 stars Very Disappointed
My husband and I only use our camera occasionally and have had many problems with it.Read more

Subjects:  1. Camera    2. Zoom150   


3. Minolta Freedom Zoom 160 Date 35mm Camera Kit w/bag
by Konica Minolta
Electronics
list price: $374.99
Asin: B0000631YZ
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

The compact Freedom Zoom 160 is loaded with state-of-the-art features, including Minolta's latest AREA-AF autofocus technology, a 4.3x zoom lens ranging from 37.5mm to 160mm, date and time imprinting, and a worry-free, red-eye reducing flash that fires automatically whenever necessary. Read more

Features

  • Pocket-sized camera with a full 4.3x zoom lens with range of 37.5mm to 160mm
  • Fast, SLR-type autofocusing for razor-sharp results
  • Flash fires automatically whenever necessary with red-eye reduction
  • Selectable date imprint function for cataloging photos
  • Automatic film transport with film chamber lock to prevent accidental film exposures

Reviews (11)

2-0 out of 5 stars Didn't love the camera
Bearing in mind that I really just wanted a basic point-and-shoot camera, I have to say that I didn't think this camera delivered all that it was supposed to. I ran some test rolls of 400 (manufacturer-recommended speed) and wasn't happy with the results--blurry backgrounds when I wasn't using focus lock on the foreground, and washed-out colors (which might be the film, but might be the camera). Also, I wish I had listened a little more to the reviewer who mentioned how the moving red focus boxes in the viewfinder "freaked" his wife out. I was also bothered by the moving focus boxes, couldn't figure out what they were telling me, and just wanted to take a good picture. The final blow: My mom's 20-year-old Canon Sure Shot takes great pictures, better than this Minolta and she really just picks up the camera and presses the button--not even worrying about the occasional use of fill-in flash.
3-0 out of 5 stars Problem with red eyes
I love this camera for ease of use, and crisp, clear pictures.My biggest problem though are red eyes.I use the red eye reduction most of the time and eyes are always red.Maybe someone has a suggestion to fix this problem?

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Pictures and Simple to Use
A fantastic camera at an unbelievable price. I've taken pictures throughtout Europe, Australia and New zealand in all kinds of weather and light conditions with always the same excellent results.A great camera to take take on a hurry up and keep moving tour. It takes wonderful landscapes, animal and people pictures. Even does well from a moving boat or car. The auto focus is incredible. Just point and shoot, the camera will lock on focus.We're now off to South America. ... Read more


4. Minolta Freedom 140EX Camera with Panorama/Date
by Cokin
Electronics

Asin: B00005MO4I
Sales Rank: 7293
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Subjects:  1. 35 mm (Millimeter)    2. Camera (Cameras)    3. Photograph (Photography)   


5. Minolta Freedom Zoom 70
by Konica Minolta
Electronics
list price: $80.99
Asin: B00000DM92
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

The Minolta Freedom Silver Streak Zoom is an affordable and easy-to-use 35mm camera that includes features usually reserved for higher-priced models, such as a 35-70mm zoom lens that's controlled by a rocker switch located next to the shutter release button. The Silver Streak Zoom includes both an autofocus and focus-hold system, so you can focus on subjects as close as 4.3 feet. The built-in flash has four flash modes, including red-eye reduction and fill, with a range of up to 19 feet depending on film speed and zoom setting. Other features include a date-time stamp and a 10-second self-timer. Unique to cameras in this price range is a remote control that can activate the camera from as far away as 16 feet.Includes carrying case, batteries, and color-print film. Read more

Features

  • Affordably priced, with the features of a much more expensive camera
  • 35-70mm zoom lens
  • Autofocus and focus-hold systems
  • Built-in flash with four flash modes, and a range up to 19 feet
  • Remote control that can activate the camera from as far away as 16 feet

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera Great Price
I purchased this camera about a year ago and have not regretted it yet. It takes wonderfull pictures . I think I have used about 13 rolls of film in it and I am still using the same battery that came with it. I wouldrecomend this camera to anyone wanting an easy to use, yet still afordablecamera, that takes nice pictures.

5-0 out of 5 stars easy to use.Has all the features average person needs
Just purcased and fine it is easy camera to use has time release featutre with the remote control; This is just the ticket for one who wishes to be in picture.Zoom feature is excellent.This camera is easy for most folksto use and I would recoment it.. ... Read more


6. Minolta Freedom 115 Date 35mm Camera
by Konica Minolta
Electronics
list price: $273.99
Asin: B00005J90N
Sales Rank: 5552
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • High-quality 3.1x zoom lens that lets you take dramatic close-ups
  • Automatic features to ensure you get sharp, detailed pictures with little or no effort at all
  • Ultra-thin, ultra-compact body that slips easily into a pocket or purse
  • Sophisticated Multi-beam AF system that uses up to 1,232 focusing steps to produce ultra-sharp images
  • Bersatile built-in flash with red-eye reduction

Reviews (7)

1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible Quality
I think this is perhaps one of the worst-built 35mm cameras ever made.My friends and family bought these cameras, used them a year or two, they die and so they would bring them to me for repair.Usually problems are from really poor quality cold soldering on the zoom or autofocus circuits, a bad chip, or the whole circuit board is toast.Thank heavens Minolta's out of the camera biz now, I don't have to fix 'em anymore.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great camera all around and dummy-proof as well.
I went into Target with a $100 limit to buy a new camera, and this one was $99.99. I do not want a digital yet since they need to be expensive to be good, but I have started freelancing for a local magazine and needed something better than a plain old autofocus, non-zoom, autoflash cheapie, which is what I was using with pretty decent results, but that one started malfunctioning. I know most people don't read the instruction booklets that come with cameras, but this one really can do a lot, so it is going to be a waste of your time and money if you don't check out everything that it can do. I recommend using a whole roll of film just trying out the different modes and experimenting. It does everything that a manual 35MM camera can do, but if you're like me and are likely to mess up on your manual settings and ruin a picture, this camera is going to be your best bet. And you can't beat the price. Most cameras at this price only zoom up to around 80MM.

1-0 out of 5 stars disappointed
They say it was delivered.I have never seen it and very disappointed.I think it should of been stated on delivery.I will never shop here again and will delete my account if I receive the last item I am waiting on.Not sellers fault but very poor decision in shipping.I think I should have been told.I work hard for my money and now I have lost $100. ... Read more


7. Minolta Freedom Explorer EX Panorama 28-75 Zoom Date 35mm Camera
by Konica Minolta
Electronics
list price: $239.99
Asin: B00004S5H9
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

This stylish pocket-sized "capsule" 35mm Minolta Freedom Explorer camera features a built-in wide-angle 28-75mm lens. Designed for both scenic shots and close-ups, the Minolta Freedom Explorer EX lets users select panorama mode and date imprinting at any time. Users may also choose between selectable exposure modes to ensure proper exposure for close-up, night portrait, or landscape/night view shots every time.Read more

Features

  • Deluxe point-and-shoot kit with 28-75mm zoom
  • Programmed autoexposure with center-weighted metering and 4 special modes
  • 3-beam active infrared focusing
  • Built-in flash with red-eye reduction
  • Panorama mode, continuous shooting, date imprinting, and self-timer

Reviews (15)

4-0 out of 5 stars Very good, but not perfect.
.4-0 out of 5 stars Point and Shoot Warrier
I was drawn to this camera because of the special macro setting with a minimum distance from objects at 1.1 feet.It is specified as having a "smallest field of 6 inches" - but at 1.1 feet, the smallest frame is about 17" wide.Out of focus close-up images happen about 40% of the time - either because I was closer than 1.1 feet or the autofocus may be inaccurate at that distance.2-0 out of 5 stars Repair Problem
I purchased the Freedom Zoom Explorer about a year and a half ago after my 6-year old Olympus Stylus Zoom bit the dust. I've really enjoyed the camera--it takes great pictures most of the time.There is a problem with the flash rebound--it takes several seconds for the flash to recharge which is not good when trying to capture continuous flash shots of your kid's squad in cheerleading competitions.You can take the pictures, but most of them will not have the flash activated.I am now camera shopping to replace the Explorer.I started to use it the other day, but when I took it out of the case (which was also in the video cam case), the LCD on the top of the camera was black and mottled.It still took pictures, but I have no idea what setting it was on or how many shots were left on the film. At least I was able to rewind the film.After taking it to a local camera shop, they determined that it could be sent off to the factory and repaired....They couldn't tell me what had happened or how it had happened, and I certainly don't have a clue since it's been safely stored since it was last used. This has been a good camera, but I was hoping to keep it longer than eighteen months.I don't think I'll be purchasing another. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Camera   


8. Minolta Zoom 80 Date 35mm Camera
by Konica Minolta
Electronics
list price: $79.99
Asin: B00006IR37
Sales Rank: 82365
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Features

  • 2.1 zoom lens that ranges between 38mm and 80mm
  • Autofocus technology means subjects are always clear and in focus
  • Automatic flash turn-on when there is not enough light
  • Compact, weighs just 5.8 ounces

Subjects:  1. 35 mm (Millimeter)    2. Camera (Cameras)   


9. Minolta Freedom Family Zoom II 35mm Camera
by Konica Minolta
Electronics
list price: $114.99
Asin: B00004S5HA
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

This compact, easy-to-use camera features a 35-60mm aspheric power zoom lens for crisp, clear images with true color rendition. Precise active infrared autofocusing and programmed automatic exposure help the Minolta Freedom Family Zoom II deliver sharp images with no fuss.Read more

Features

  • 35-60mm aspheric power zoom lens for crisp, clear images
  • Automatic film operation with auto power rewind
  • Auto shutoff feature automatically turns the camera off after three minutes of nonuse
  • Precise active infrared autofocusing and programmed automatic exposure
  • Focus lock feature makes framing composition easy

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars Dissatisfied
I am an avid amateur photographer that needed a compact camera for vacations.I have always used manual focus SLR's so I was totally unfamiliar with auto anything.In making a decision on my purchase, I tried to stick with brand names.I was familiar with Canon products in the SLR arena and was always quite pleased.However, not wanting to put my eggs in one basket, I chose Minolta.WHAT A MISTAKE.The camera worked well for the first 3 months, taking brilliant color photos.After that it was down hill quickly.The camera would auto-advance the film went it felt like it, Would double and even triple expose frames, overlap frames, etc.I changed batteries, film types, and film brands in hopes of fixing the situation but none worked.In speaking with Minolta service center representatives Ilearned that the cost of even estimating the repairs was (...)not very cost effective.Turns out this is just an expensive disposable camera.I think I'll stick to Canon from now on.

1-0 out of 5 stars I'll never buy another Minolta products again.
Bought this camera around September. The first roll of film came out great. About halfway through the second roll I turned the camera on and the zoom came all the way out and the lights flashed etc. I returned the camera for repair and Minolta repaired it under warranty, great. Went through 2 rolls of film for Christmas, all blurry. Returned camera to Minolta explainingg the problem and they send me an estimate for $61.00 to fix it, saying that I dropped it. I can buy a new camera for that price. I'll never buy another Minolta product.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good for the price
This camera has a lot going for it. It's easy to use, easy to understand, and easy to buy film and batteries for. I bought this camera as a gift for my sister and took a test roll of film with it. The pictures came back sharp and the flash worked perfectly. The only thing keeping this camera from getting 5/5 is it's minimum focus distance, about 6 feet. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Camera    2. 2, Two   


10. Minolta Freedom Action Zoom 90 35mm Camera
by Konica Minolta
Electronics
list price: $129.99
Asin: B00000JI2B
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

The Minolta Freedom Action Zoom 90 delivers high-quality zoom performance in a compact, affordable package. Its high-powered zoom, and range of flash options, make it a good choice for travelers and photographers who need moderately advanced features. While the Minolta Freedom Action Zoom 90 isn't super-compact, it is relatively small and lightweight. The Minolta has a fairly powerful 38 to 90mm zoom lens, good for wide-angle landscape shots, portraits, and close-ups.Read more

Features

  • 38 to 90mm zoom lens
  • Five flash modes
  • Autofocus
  • 10-second self timer
  • Compact size

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars Cheaply Made!
Within a short time after purchase, the (plastic) back latch on the Minolta Freedom Action Zoom 90-Date camera broke.Now the camera is worthless.The warranty covers only manufacturing defects (not poor design).I found the camera cheaply made and the quality of the pictures just average. My advice would be to spend a little more and get a better made camera that hasn't been so poorly designed.

1-0 out of 5 stars Minolta
I received this camera as a gift last November (1999).After 3 weeks of use, it started to rewind after only taking 2 or 3 pictures.I returned it to the store where it was purchased and exchanged it for the same model assuming it was an individual camera problem.I was wrong.The red eye reduction feature has never worked.When using the zoom feature, pictures are extremely fuzzy.The only way to get good pictures is to not use the zoom and take picture outdoors.Now the camera has completely quit working.Everything that can blink at me does.I tried replacing the battery and that was not successful.I do not recommend this particular camera to anyone.

3-0 out of 5 stars Mintolta
I have mixed feelings about this camera.I have been using it for the past year and have found that while my outdoor picutres come out nicely, indoor shots leave something to be desired.I have tried shots with 200 to800 speed film and 400 seems to give me the best pictures.I've alsonoticed that the pictures used with the zoom lense often come out fuzzy, somany of my early pictures weren't too clear. Also, when the camera usesthe flash, it takes a while before its ready again.I expected more fromthe camera, but am happy with its basic outdoor shots. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Cameras (Camera) - 35 MM (35MM)    2. Autofocus, Auto focus    3. Multiple flash (flashes) mode (modes)    4. Straps    5. ActionZoom90, ActionZoom, Zoom90   


11. Minolta F10BF 35mm Camera
by Konica Minolta
Electronics
list price: $39.99
Asin: B00000K1QX
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Designed for beginners, the Minolta F10BF is a compact 35mm camera that offers fully automatic operation but doesn't have many bells and whistles. The Minolta F10BF includes autofocus, built-in automatic flash with red-eye reduction, automatic film speed setting, and automatic loading, advancing, and rewinding. The extra-large viewfinder allows you to see what the camera sees without having to strain or squint, and a built-in lens cover protects the lens from scratches. All you need to operate the F10BF is film, two AA batteries, and your finger (to press the button). ... Read more

Features

  • Focus-free 35mm lens
  • Extra-large viewfinder
  • Built-in automatic flash
  • Red-eye reduction
  • Built-in protective lens cover

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice Camera
This is a nice camera for begenners as they said, or for somone who has a very old camra that needs replacing.Some of my favorite features of the camra are the auto advancing and the focus-free lens.

3-0 out of 5 stars I got what I paid for.
Well, it was cheap. It takes OK pictures, but I got it for my 12 year old, it it was way too hard for her to get the film loading. If you touch the wrong button (which is easy to do ) it rewinds the film and you are basiclydone for that roll.5-0 out of 5 stars totally cool camera
the red eye reduction realy helps. it is a great camera ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Cameras - 35MM(35 MM)    2. Point and Shoot (Click)    3. Red-eye reduction, automatic flash (flashes), Autoflash, Auto    4. F10, BF, F, 10, 10BF   


12. Konica Minolta 110 Date Zoom 35mm Film Camera
by Konica Minolta
Electronics
list price: $79.99
Asin: B0000DB9SS
Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Compact with a versatile 2.9x zoom lens (38-110mm), the Minolta Zoom 110 offers point-and-shoot ease and a flexible autofocus lens that enables you to move easily between breath-taking landscapes and intimate portraits. The Zoom 110 was designed with style in mind. ItsÊcurved, sculpted grip and metallic finish makes it easy to hold. It also features a built-in, multi-mode flash with red-eye reduction and date imprinting Read more

Features

  • Compact 35mm camera offers point-and-shoot ease
  • 2.9x zoom lens offers 38-110mm focal range
  • Multi-mode built-in flash with red-eye reduction
  • Precise 1000-step autofocus system
  • Time and date imprinting

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars Avoid this camera
After two accidents with Olympus Stylus cameras (not the camera's fault, but my kids), I went to Target to purchase yet another one (the third in six months).The clerk recommended this Minolta - all of the same features of my Olympus, but it didn't have the slide front that can often become damaged on the Olympus.I went for it, and I've regretted it ever since.Every time I put my eye up to the viewfinder to take a picture something is wrong.I have to put the camera down and look through it once again to get a green "ready" light.Otherwise, it won't let you take the picture.Once you take a picture, you have to wait at least 30 seconds before taking another.I have missed so many good shots.This one is going on Ebay, and I'm switching back to Olympus!

1-0 out of 5 stars Minolta film cameras don't work at higher altitudes
If you plan to visit any areas off the beach, don't buy this camera.I purchased a Minolta 160 Date camera, which has a design similar to this model, prior to visiting Yellowstone National Park in 2004.Yellowstone is over 7,000 ft above sea level, and the camera would generate an error and turn itself off.I had to use a disposable camera in Yellowstone, but it worked okay when I returned home to Georgia.After receiving the camera back from repair from Minolta, I visited another national park, this time Haleakala National Park in Hawaii, which has a peak of 10,000 ft.Guess what - still didn't work at high altitudes.Driving back down the mountain, it wouldn't turn on until we were back below 6,000 ft.There are a lot of places in the US, in which you can approach this elevation, especially at vacation destinations in the West, so don't risk ruining your vacation pictures with this defective design. ... Read more


13. KONICA MINOLTA Zoom 60C Compact 35mm Camera
by KONICA MINOLTA
Electronics

Asin: B0001LXQGS
Sales Rank: 7800
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Features

  • Built-in 35mm wide-angle to 60mm telephoto lens
  • Snapshot mode automatically sets the zoom at the widest setting of 35mm, ensuring that everything from 1.5 to 5 meters will be in perfect focus
  • Night View Portrait mode captures foreground subjects and background scenery beautifully together
  • Long Distance mode enables scenery to be taken through glass, and is also excellent for night views
  • Even beginners can take professional looking photos with this camera!

14. Minolta Freedom Zoom 130 Quartz Date Kit 35mm Camera
by Konica Minolta
Electronics
list price: $269.99
Asin: B0000631Z0
Sales Rank: 2970
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Pocket-sized camera with a full 3.5x zoom lens with range of 37.5mm to 130mm
  • Multi-beam autofocus employs four infrared beams to accurately ensure proper focus
  • Flash fires automatically whenever necessary with red-eye reduction
  • Selectable date imprint function for cataloging photos
  • Automatic film transport with film chamber lock to prevent accidental film exposures

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars vhorner
Great camera.After trying 5 other brands, this was the best.It isn't noted, but the camera also comes with a case and a battery.Zoom is very fast and retracts quickly.Flash is a bit slow, but given the other cameras on the market in terms of quality, speed of zoom (very important to me), small size, well-located viewfinder and easy to work/well located controls, a slightly slow flash is a trade-off I am willing to make.Like cars, there is nothing out there right now that is going to give you the whole perfect package - this camera is by far the best out there!

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy, yet affordable
This camera was very easy to learn how to use.I have never had pictures come out this clear and prestine.I highly recommend this camera for anyone who is not a professional photographer but wants professional quality.I love that this camera is small and will fit anywhere.It looks great too!I don't, however, recommend this camera for action shots. Too much of a delay.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good for its price
This camera has worked well to record all the memorable moments of my life... ... Read more


15. Minolta Freedom Zoom Supreme EX 35mm Camera
by Konica Minolta
Electronics

Asin: B00000J4ET
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

The Freedom Zoom Supreme EX DATE is a compact and lightweight camera with an attractive silver metallic finish and a powerful 3.2x zoom lens. The versatile 39-125mm zoom range is ideal for a wide range of photographic subjects including close-ups, portraits, landscapes, travel, and groups. Other features such as subject program selection, continuous film advance, and a high-precision autofocus system make taking memorable photos fun and simple. ... Read more

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars best little 35 mm camera
This is my second time i have bought this camera. The other camera unfortunately got smashed by a car. I just loved the camera so much i had to buy another one. I have taken some photography courses and some of the pictures i took with my minotla SLR do compare to the freedom zoom ex. It's a great little camera with lots of features that anyone can use. I highly recomend this camera to anyone looking for a good compact 35 mm camera.

3-0 out of 5 stars Paradox
This camera has excellent reviews on the internet.However, if the camera is so good how come no one seems to be selling any new ones?I have visited several camera shops & they are not familiar with it & don't carry any in stock.I couldn't find a new one on the internet either.All I could find was a used one & a refurbished one on the internet.What is the deal with these cameras?

5-0 out of 5 stars Best camera ....
I used lot of cameras including Canon Rebel 2000 SLR camera....but i never got the results like Minolta supreme zoom...the best things the results are real good even in night and under bulb light.... ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Cameras - 35 MM (35MM)    2. Point and (&) Shoot (Click)    3. Zoom    4. Multiple Flash Mode, Modes    5. SE2446901   


16. MINOLTA Zoom 80C Compact 35mm Camera
by Konica Minolta
Electronics

Asin: B0001LXQH2
Sales Rank: 5888
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Features

  • Built-in 2.3X 35mm wide-angle to 80mm telephoto lens
  • Snapshot mode automatically sets the zoom at the widest setting of 35mm, ensuring that everything from 1.5 to 5 meters will be in perfect focus
  • Night View Portrait mode captures foreground subjects and background scenery beautifully together
  • Long Distance mode enables scenery to be taken through glass, and is also excellent for night views
  • Even beginners can take professional looking photos with this camera!

17. Minolta Freedom Action Zoom 90 Date 35mm Camera
by Konica Minolta
Electronics
list price: $150.99
Asin: B00004TJ7Q
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Minolta's Freedom Action Zoom 90 date camera is a perfect companion forvacations, day trips, family outings, or anywhere the action is. It is compactand lightweight, so it's easy to carry in your pocket, purse, or backpack. Theversatile 2.4x zoom lens allows for a wide range of photographic subjects,including landscapes, groups, snapshots, candids, and portraits. A zoom levermakes it easy to adjust the zoom position while composing in the viewfinder.Read more

Features

  • Versatile 2.4x zoom lens
  • Easy point-and-shoot operation
  • Fully automatic focus, with focus hold
  • Multifunction automatic flash with red-eye reduction
  • Exposure modes for a wide variety of shooting conditions

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars I love this camera!
I really love this camera!It takes great photos, is easy to operate, and has a great zoom lens!It's my new favorite toy.I take it everywhere with me.

4-0 out of 5 stars vacation workhorse
Very good camera. Unlike Olimpus,takes pictures fast, opens, closes quickly. Quality of pictures high and consistent. lacks modern metallic design, but it'sreflected in the price. ... Read more


18. Minolta Freedom Zoom 125 35mm Camera w/ RC-3 Remote Control
by Konica Minolta
Electronics
list price: $307.99
Asin: B00004WEJW
Sales Rank: 7257
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Ultracompact, ultrasleek
  • 3-segment light metering
  • Trigonal roof prism
  • Automatic film speed setting with DX-coded film
  • Multi autofocus

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars A must-have camera for ease and convenience!
I own this camera and I must say that I really enjoy it.I have received many compliments on how well the pictures turn out.Other people have taken pictures on it for me, and they just love how easy it is to use, how compact it is, and how attractive it looks.It is well worth the money and I highly recommend this camera.

1-0 out of 5 stars Nice camera with a big flaw.
This may not sound like a 1 star camera from the below, but for me it needs a single star, other will probably care less about the flaw.4-0 out of 5 stars When the you get what you pay for rule kicks in.
First of all, I did a VERY exhaustive search before going for this camera. And when I say VERY, I really mean that I compared six different brands with cameras of similar aspect and characteristics. I narrowed it down to two brands, and within those two, to five cameras. I went for this one because it featured what I needed and I did not find any negative review, as I did for other models, even within the Minolta line of product.Read more


19. Minolta Freedom Family 35-60mm Zoom
by Cokin
Electronics

Asin: B00005MO4E
Sales Rank: 15729
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Subjects:  1. 35 mm (Millimeter)    2. Camera (Cameras)    3. Photograph (Photography)   


20. Minolta AF101R 35mm Autofocus Camera
by Konica Minolta
Electronics
list price: $39.99
Asin: B00001QHU4
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

The Minolta AF 101R 35mm camera has a built-in ultrawide-angle lens that offers no-fuss operation. Other features of this camera include automatic focus, automatic film advance, and rewind at the flip of a switch. The Minolta AF 101R is designed with a built-in barrier lens cap and a built-in flash with three settings. The AF 101R has three flash modes--auto flash, manual fill-flash, or flash cancel--and red-eye reduction. ... Read more

Features

  • 35mm camera
  • Ultrawide-angle lens
  • Automatic flash with red-eye reduction
  • Automatic exposure and focus
  • Automatic film loading and winding

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good AutoFocus for a great price
I have been a satisfied Minolta camera user since 17 years. I had bought this camera for about $50 and then used it for 3 years after which I lost it. Every indoor/outdoor picture that I had taken with it was good. Fortwenty bucks, this is an excellent valued camera with good features.

3-0 out of 5 stars OK
I bought this camera as a beginer, and it was a bit to much advanced.It does have some very handy features, like 3 flash modes, but it is much to complexed for beginers.For advanced people, it doesnt have all the bellsand whistles you would want (my neighbour, who is crazy about photographysaid that) ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Cameras (Camera)    2. 35MM (35 MM)    3. Point and Shoot (Click)    4. Red-eye reduction, automatic flash, autoflash, auto, flashes    5. Auto Focus, AF, 101, R, AF101, 101R   


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