malcolm44 wrote:You can download the 9000 manual here :
http://ca.konicaminolta.com/support/man ... index.html
David Kilpatrick wrote:That's an awful scan of the manual! Glad I do have a stack of genuine original manuals.
No mention of any default shutter speed unpowered, so it must have been another camera which had this feature - definitely a camera I owned, maybe not a Minolta. Can't think what.
David Kilpatrick wrote:No mention of any default shutter speed unpowered, so it must have been another camera which had this feature - definitely a camera I owned, maybe not a Minolta. Can't think what.
David Kilpatrick wrote:You know what is really funny, odd - when I visualise the XM/XK, I can feel the exact action of the wind-on lever, the noise it made, the resistance and feel of the mechanism. and also the feel of the shutter button. I just tried imagining the XE-1 and XD-7 and exactly the same thing, also for Pentax, Praktica and other cameras. It's like I can feel them in my hand.
InTheSky wrote:The big problem I found with the 9000, is that on the three body I have able to get, all are scrap . I think the 7000 is way better solid than the 9000. The big problem after a long time is the magnetic system that control the Aperture who is finishing by not opening or partially opening.
I don't know if you camera has the same problem has my last one, but even with battery or not ... the camera level is not able to move enough to engage a new picture. The final decision for the 9000 now is to be a object on my desk shelf as a piece of collection .
InTheSky wrote:Yes you ca n
The baby was targeted for the 26 of April. Following is father for beeing lazzy and not to stress, soo the baby has to be forced on May 7th friday.
His name is Evan , beautiful healty boy of 7.2 pounds.
Thank you for having thinking of him.
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