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That's an entry level model, with no bells or whistles. Don't get your hopes up. It would likely go for under $20 on Ebay, if you can even get anyone to buy it. You can use the lenses designed for Maxxum on the Minolta 5D and 7D, and all the Sony Alpha bodies. Be aware that there's a multiplication factor, as they do not use a full size sensor. Its about 1.6x the focal length. You cannot use these lenses on another brand. The same holds true for Nikon and Canon. Their lenses made for film cameras have that factor as well. That said, all 3 companies make cameras with full size sensors, but they are very expensive.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
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