The Minolta XG cameras are 35mm SLRs of the Minolta SR system, sold from 1977 to 1984.
The Minolta XG series was launched together with the much more sophisticated Minolta XD series in 1977 as a budget line of small, lightweight, and easy-to-use electronic SLR with an automatic exposure mode.
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As a first in the line-up of Minolta SLRs, these cameras #, Minolta XG7 35mm SLR Camera w/ Rokkor-X 50 mm lens, Minolta Auto 128 Flash.
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MINOLTA XG-7 35mm SLR Camera w/ Minolta -MD Rokkor 50mm Lens.
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Vintage Minolta XG-7 35mm Camera w Accessories photography Minolta camera lens.
This is a Minolta XG7 ( Minolta refers to it as an XG-7 on paper, but the camera#s name plate says XG7 ) which is a manual focus 35mm SLR camera introduced in 1977.
The name XG7 refers to a model sold in the United States only.
Minolta sold the exact same camera in Japan and in #, Random Minolta XG-7 Samples from 21 available Photos more.
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15/05/2020 But the XG-E (or XG2 or XG7 or whatever you want to call it) does#tested and working ones sell on the #Bay in the $25 to $50 range, significantly cheaper than auto-only Pentaxes (ME, MG, MV) and Nikons (EM, FG).
Minolta #s manual-focus Rokkor MD-series lenses are also bargains compared to Pentax and Nikon.
The other three that came with this one was a Minolta X-300s, a Minolta Maxxum 7000 and a Minolta XG-7 , which also works because I took this picture with it.
I primarily bought the auction for two of the other cameras, the X-300s and the XG-7 , because I already have a X-370 that works fine.