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Minolta Maxxum 3600HS (d) flash will not set to "AUTO"

Cannot seem to get the flash to set to auto mode?

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Is there a micro focus switch on the lens
On my lens if switch to Micro Mode the Auto focus is disabled, Also it is a stupid question but you are using a AF lens and not a xi series or manual focus lens.

Posted on Dec 14, 2007

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SOURCE: Minolta MAXXUM 3xi the view finder is very dark(bought second hand)

I no the older Minolta's had an aperture problem the pictures when zooming out after they were developed were very dark. But inside and wide angel shots always came out nice I had to have the aperture base plate replaced on my Minolta Maxxum 3000i my point and shooter, I wish this helped but it sounds like something different in your case it also maybe the aperture acting different in your camera than it did in 1 of mines.

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SOURCE: Turn auto focus off?

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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You will have to open the back and may lose a roll of film, but it will be an easy way to check the camera for a possible mis-load of the film.

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Old pictures show up fine but new pictures show up very darkkk


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My tilt/shift lens isn't working with my Minolta Maxxum 400si - the aperture which is controlled through the lens won't communicate with the body, is there a way around this?


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5600hs or 3600hs equivalent in other brands


I live in London, England, and have never encountered the brand you mention. However, I can recommend the Metz 48-AF1; it has a Guide Number of 48 and does pretty much everything that the 5600hs and 3600hs do at far lower cost, including the wireless flash which the A2 can work with. It also makes sense as it can be changed to fit any major brand by adding the appropriate adaptor so is highly resaleable. In the UK the basic flashgun sells for around £155 and an adaptor is around £30 extra, but I've noticed on my travels that it's far cheaper when priced in US $.

http://www.metzflash.co.uk/pages/metz48af1.html

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I have the same problem with this flash. In a couple of days I'll find out what's wrong with it, and write here.

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Can the conventional Maxxum/Dynax flash units be used with this camera?


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