Minolta Maxxum 7 35mm SLR

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  1. wclement7

    wclement7 TPF Noob!

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    hello. I am looking at this camera and i was wodering what everyone thought. i really like the minoltas and i really like the features of this camera. i was thinking getting a 28-300mm lens or should i get 2 differnt lens's? what are your commments on that? i was thinking just one so i have less to carry (for now) and i can also fill the frame or i can zoom out and get everythign possible :razz: thanks for your help and any comments are welcome.
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    The maxxum 7 is an awesome camera! It's fast and light and once you start using it, you'll have trouble using anything else. Go by your local camera shop and try it out and you'll see what I'm talking about. As for the lenses, I'd go for two seperate lenses. It's hard to get the same quality when you have such a wide zoom so it usually suffers at one or both ends of the zoom. You also may want to check into a fixed 50mm. I couldn't live without mine as I'm sure others on the forum feel too.

    Good luck and let us know how it pans out.
     

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