Excerpt: Konica Minolta DiMAGE X1 Digital Camera is a very compact, pocket size camera that offers high resolution (8.3 megapixels). Despite being so small, it has a large 2.5″ LCD monitor that gives you a very clear view of the pictures. The CxProcess imaging technology makes sure the colors are …
Summary: Konica Minolta DiMage X1 is the best camera I have ever purchased. If I'm not mistaken I've had my camera since 2004 or 2005 and never had a moments trouble. I am still on the same battery and have used the SD card over and over again.
Camera has very poor shutter lag, limited zoom, OK picture quality
14 February 2012
Summary: Since I am a Konica film camera collector, I wanted a Konica digital camera just to be able to take basic pictures and be able to say the camera is a Konica. The X1 was perfect for this as I got the camera for less than $40. The 8 MP Konica X1 is very small yet still has a 2.5 inch LCD screen.
Summary: unit was like new with 2 scatches on case what else could you ask for, this is the time I tell my freinds about when they are not willing to buy on line what a camera for the money and produced imigages right from the start wiyh the clear instructions that were provided
Excerpt: Very pleased with the DiMAGE X1, fun to use, great images, gets very close and is always ready. If I did have any negative the camera turns itself on in your pocket due to switch being proud of body at longer distance flash seems difficult, other than that I find the Konica Minolta X1 a great...
Konica Minolta DiMAGE X1 8.3M is still a great little camera.
9 October 2011
Summary: The Konica Minolta X1 is an extraordinary little camera. My favorite digital camera was the 3.2M Minolta, a sturdy, versatile little camera. Its failing was a small viewfinder. I had purchased a couple of Canons in between the 3.2 and the 8.3, and was very disappointed by the way the Canons washed...
Summary: I have had one for several years. This one truly fits in the shirt pocket as compared to other so called pocket cameras. It's a testament to KonicaMinolta's engineering that Sony purchased the division and continues to use the technology developed by KM.
Summary: IMPORTANT: Konica Minolta officially stopped making digital cameras several years ago. If you purchase this camera, know you are buying an orphan. That being said, this is a great, tiny, easily-pocketable camera that does a very good job at what it does: Take digital pictures in good lighting...