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Turn auto focus off?

I need to put my Minolta Maxxum 7000i to manual instead of auto

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On the left side of the lens right below the silver lens release button there should be a grey switch with the initials "AF" and "M". Switch it to "M" for manual.

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Konica lenses do not fit Minolta cameras. I think you messed something up.

Minolta MC and MD lenses worked on the older manual focus Minolta bodies. They will also work on the Phoenix and Seagull clones of the old Minolta bodies.

The Konica lens should only ever be mounted on a Konica camera.

Your 7000i is now a Minolta paperweight. You need to send your 7000i for repair or replace it.

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Maxxum 7000 are cheap these days. Get a used one on Ebay and keep yours for parts.
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http://ca.konicaminolta.com/support/manuals/film-cameras/film_af_slr/index.html

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