Reviews and Problems with Konica Minolta Maxxum 5D / Dynax 5D
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Not a Happy Camper
9 June 2015
Summary: Shipping was fast! Camera almost looks brand new. The camera did not arrive with any memory card nor an "English" Instruction book. I have a very hard time reading Japanese,. I was able to download the manual but now I have to print all 137 pages of it..
This item would not take pictures. The compartment for ...
Lawrence Wise "book-a-holic", Amazon
14 November 2014
Summary: This item would not take pictures. The compartment for the memory card would not close and lock with the card installed. No images were recorded no matter what I did. I finally got so fed up with the item I retuned it to Amazon.
Good but dated - but bonus can use old Minolta lens.
Mr. S. Palmer "stephen8081", Amazon
30 August 2014
Summary: Good first DSLR but it is really out of date against the newer models being 6.1MP the best feature is being able to use the old Minolta lens on this camera, the camera is slow and does not have live view only view finder it is heavy compared to newer cameras and the battery life is average and...
Last major breakthrough for KM before Sony acquisition
D. Hoyne, Amazon
2 February 2013
Summary: Konica Minolta was on steady development of applying their Anti-Shake technology towards EVERY camera on the lineup. KM joined in on the dSLR party as well (shortly after A200 release) - so in turn, most digital camera producers had at least 1 true dSLR (interchanging lens) + 1 dSLR (fixed lens /...
Summary: I'm not sure what more I can say about the camera that hasn't already been said. I'm a novice photographer who was looking to move up to a DSLR and get a camera that would allow me to do everything I wanted, but not go overboard on things I didn't need.
Very slow auto focus very poor high ISO performance
Grant Brummett, Amazon
8 September 2007
Summary: I bought this camera because I have owned several Minolta Maxxum film cameras over the years including the origional Minolta Maxxum 7000 from the early 80s. Since I already had several lenses I thought it was a no brainer purchase.