Question about Minolta Freedom Zoom Explorer EX 35mm Point and Shoot Camera
I have a Minolta Explorer Freedom Zoom EX camera. It takes wonderful pictures, but now when I push the button to take a photo, the camera makes a "clunk" sound. The flash does not fire and the film does not advance.I am assuming that the camera is dead. What do you think?
Sounds like a broken gear or linking arm. It will cost as much to fix as to replace. You now have a very nice Minolta paperweight, lol.
Those neat little film cameras are now a thing of the Ebay, LOL. Since many are dumping them for digital, they're quite available at good prices now.
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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