Minolta 7000 AF Camera - Made in Japan in 1985
The Minolta 7000 AF is a vintage film camera produced by the Japanese company Minolta in the 1980s. It was one of the first cameras to benefit from autofocus, making it a popular choice for both amateur and professional photographers.
The camera body is mostly metal, with a matte black finish and chrome accents. L has an electronic viewfinder that displays shooting information such as aperture, shutter speed and focusing distance. The device also has an LCD screen on top to display camera settings.
The Minolta 7000 AF has an interchangeable lens and supports lenses with a Minolta AF mount. The camera has an electronic shutter with speeds ranging from 30 seconds to 1/2000 second, as well as a long exposure mode for night or low light exposures.
Country of manufacture: Japan
Model: Minolta 7000 AF
Serial Number: 11019045 Japan
Serial Number: 94001099 Malasia
Zoom 70 - 210 mm
In perfect working order, accompanied by its 35 - 75 mm Zoom lens and two original shoulder straps.