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Re: Need my A2 Konica Minolta to be silent
1. Press the menu button, then navigate across the top of the screen using the four way pad to the tool icon and select it.
2. A new set of menu options appear, navigate across the top of the screen to option 3 and then down to the item labelled "Shutter FX" and press select. Using the pad, navigate to "OFF" and select it.
3. Press the menu button to exit and you're good to go.
Note that on the same screen you used to silence the shutter there are other settings which you may wish to adjust. Note that using the option to turn off audio signals does not affect the shutter or focus confirmation signals; you already know that there's a separate option to adjust the shutter noise, and you'll notice that the same goes for the focus confirmation noise. The volume control affects all noises and I've set it on mine to low.
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Try turning off the shutter lock.. In my Dynax 7D manual it tells you to turn off shutter lock when attaching to a telescope or microscope this is what this lens basicly is .The shutter lock is turned on and off in section three of the custon menu on my Dynax ,check your manual for your camera to find out where to turn on and off shutter lock, hope this helps
I have an earlier version of this camera: a minolta dimage 7. While your camera is better(later) than mine beyond ISO 100 these cameras tend to be noisy. The only solution is to asscpt the noise since hou will need a high ISO in order to use an acceptable shutter speed and use a noise reduction program (noise ninja, neat image, helcion noise filter). One of these may be free- i think helcionbut aside from changing to a DSLR this is the best solution
I have the complete instruction manual for the G400. I think I can just email you the whole file if you like.Let me know and I will do that. firstname.lastname@example.org I have this camera and cannot get it to focus properly.
We have received a number of inquiries regarding the usage of Konica Minolta digital cameras with non-genuine or counterfeit Konica Minolta lithium-ion batteries.
Please be advised that genuine Konica Minolta lithium-ion batteries are equipped with security system to prevent the camera from damages. It has been reported that some counterfeit batteries are NOT equipped with a security system. The use of such batteries will cause damage to your Konica Minolta digital camera and may cause fire.
Further, every Konica Minolta digital camera has been designed to fulfill its nominal value in performance with a corresponding genuine Konica Minolta lithium-ion battery.
For safety and optimum performance, we recommend that you only use genuine Konica Minolta lithium-ion batteries with Konica Minolta digital cameras. Genuine Konica Minolta lithium-ion batteries will include the Konica Minolta model # (NP-200, NP-400, etc) and are only available through authorized Konica Minolta dealers and the Konica Minolta on-line store.
Please note that Konica Minolta is not responsible for damages or troubles caused by the use of lithium batteries which are not specified in the instruction manuals or not produced/distributed by Konica Minolta Camera Inc.
Genuine Konica Minolta lithium-ion batteries are listed below:
Konica Lithium-ion Battery DR-LB4 for Konica Digital Revio KD-510Z/410Z/500Z/400Z/310Z
Minolta Lithium-ion Battery NP-200 for Minolta DiMAGE Xt/Xi/X
Minolta Lithium-ion Battery NP-400 for Minolta DiMAGE A1
Minolta Lithium-ion Battery NP-600 for Minolta DiMAGE G400
Minolta Lithium-ion Battery NP-500 for Minolta DiMAGE G500
Minolta External High-Power Battery EBP-100* is available for the following models:
Minolta DiMAGE A1/Z1/7Hi/7i/7/5/S414/S404/S304
* EBP-100 is consisted of 2pcs. Lithium-ion Battery NP-100, 1pc. Battery Holder BH-100, and 1pc. Lithium-ion Battery Charger BC-100
The DiMAGE A2 controls shutter speed in the range of 30 sec. to 1/4000 sec. in 1/3 increments. (at bulb maximum 30 sec.)
The speed, 1/4000 sec. is controlled only when the aperture is f5.6 or over in P and A mode. The highest speed in S and M mode is 1/2000 sec.
The lower range depends on the set camera sensitivity. ISO800: 4 sec., ISO400: 8 sec., ISO200: 15 sec., ISO100 and ISO64: 30 sec.
AF single or AF continuous can be selected. In AF single mode, focus is calculated and set when the shutter-release button is pressed partway down. This mode is mainly useful for a stationary subject. In AF continuous mode, camera continues to focus on a moving subject even when the shutter-release button is pressed partway down. It is convenient to capture the moving subject. When setting spot focus point in AF continuous mode, subject tracking can be used.
(Subject tracking can be turned on/off by the recording menu. )
When selecting the Spot Focus Point, Full Time AF can be used*.
* Full Time AF can be turned on/off on the setup menu.
* Sensors mounted on the grip and on the eyepiece detect when the camera is held.
Please use thin type filters to prevent vignetting on the corners.
The following filters are vignetting-free.
Konica Minolta 49mm AC L37 (UV filter)
(Thickness is approx. 5.5mm in total, and approx. 3.4mm excluding the screw part.)
Konica Minolta 49mm ND 4x filter
49mm type causes vignetting. Please use Konica Minolta filter adapter (49mm > 62mm) and 62mm Polarizing filter II (Circular) in combination.