Minolta Maxxum 300si 35mm SLR Film Camera Body - Bundle - with Konica Minolta AF 35-80 F4-5.6 II Zoom Lens

Konica Minolta
SKU: MNMX300SIK MFR: 300SI K
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About Konica Minolta 300SI

Minolta Maxxum 300si 35mm SLR Film Camera Body embodies the characteristics that will appeal to traditional 35mm film camera aficionados. Designed for ease of use, Maxxum 300si is a lightwieght camera that offers fully automatic controls yet provides the versatility of interchangeable lenses and the ability for flash upgrades and other accessory options.

Program modes ensure perfectly exposed images in a variety of scenarios such as landscape, macro, night, sports, close-up, and portrait without the need to fiddle with complex settings. A continuous shooting speed of 1 frame per second is a great feature when shooting fast action scenes or when photographing children or pets that won't stay still. Focus can be set for manual or auto and the camera also features red eye reduction.

Konica Minolta 300SI Features

  • Lightweight and durable 35mm SLR film camera
  • Compatible with Minolta A-type mount lenses
  • Manual and auto focus with focus lock
  • Easy to use with automatic controls and built-in flash
  • Program modes for Night, Sports, Close-up, Landscape, and Portrait
  • Continuous shooting speed of 1 frame per second
  • Red eye reduction

Konica Minolta 300SI Specifications

Camera Type
SLR camera
Color
Black
Body
Plastic
Camera Format
35mm
Focus
Autofocus, Manual Focus with focus lock
Exposure Range
0.00050 sec - 30.0 sec
Exposure Modes
Program
Exposure Metering
Honeycomb-pattern
Exposure Range Details
EV 1-20 (ISO 100)
Exposure Metering Zones
8
X-sync Speed
1/90 sec
Shutter Control
Electronic
Shooting Modes
Night
Sports
Close-up
Landscape
Portrait
Auto Focus
TTL phase detection
Auto Focus Working Range
EV -1-17
Film Speed Range
ISO 25 - 5000
Film Advance
Automatic
Continuous Shooting Speed
1 frame per second
Timer Functions
Self timer
Self Timer Delay
10.0 sec
Status LCD Display Information
Frame counter
Battery condition
Program
Self-timer mode
Manual focus mode
Flash mode
Lens System Presence
Optional (body only)
Features
Autofocus lock
Autoexposure lock
Lens Mounting
Minolta AF
Compatible Mountings
Minolta A-type
Viewfinder
Type: Fixed eye-level pentaprism
Field Coverage: 90%
Magnification 0.75x
Viewfinder Frames: Autofocus frame
Camera Flash
Built-in flash
Flash ON mode
Auto mode
Red-eye reduction
Backlight mode
Night mode
Flash OFF mode
Guide Number (m / ISO 100)
12
Lens Coverage
28mm
Power Consumption
Recycling time - 2.0 sec / 360 flash: - with 1 x 2CR5 - Lithium ion
Battery
1x Li-ion 2CR5
Dimensions WxDxH
5.9 x 2.7 x 4" / 150 x 69 x 102mm
Weight
13.6 oz / 386g
Mfr #
300SI K
SKU
MNMX300SIK
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Mickey T  Im a hardcore noob with Photography and all and im also perr slow so sry for asking this prolly obvious question but I was wondering if this camera can take any random black and white film?
Terry D  All 35mm blk & white plus color.
TIMOTHY M  I conquer with the last respondent, although must add that 36 exp film is not so available these days as before.There are to my knowledge NO films now sold (even if no longer in production such as Kodak and others) that lack the DX coding. Slide film is much less forgiving of exposure errors due to in this case subjects with more tricky lighting including backlighting and insufficient ambient (that means what is there in the scene already) and on a camera with no manual controls you will have to be alot more careful as their in-built computers are not always right to say the least.
Mickey T  Im a hardcore noob with Photography and all and im also perr slow so sry for asking this prolly obvious question but I was wondering if this camera can take any random black and white film?
Terry D  All 35mm blk & white plus color.
TIMOTHY M  I conquer with the last respondent, although must add that 36 exp film is not so available these days as before.There are to my knowledge NO films now sold (even if no longer in production such as Kodak and others) that lack the DX coding. Slide film is much less forgiving of exposure errors due to in this case subjects with more tricky lighting including backlighting and insufficient ambient (that means what is there in the scene already) and on a camera with no manual controls you will have to be alot more careful as their in-built computers are not always right to say the least.
Mickey T  Im a hardcore noob with Photography and all and im also perr slow so sry for asking this prolly obvious question but I was wondering if this camera can take any random black and white film?
Terry D  All 35mm blk & white plus color.
TIMOTHY M  I conquer with the last respondent, although must add that 36 exp film is not so available these days as before.There are to my knowledge NO films now sold (even if no longer in production such as Kodak and others) that lack the DX coding. Slide film is much less forgiving of exposure errors due to in this case subjects with more tricky lighting including backlighting and insufficient ambient (that means what is there in the scene already) and on a camera with no manual controls you will have to be alot more careful as their in-built computers are not always right to say the least.
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