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Can you give me a quote on a konica T3

I have a konica T3 35mm SLR in perfect condition i need a quick quote

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If you mean a price as in value, the best place to check is eBay.

In the last two weeks, 13 of them were listed, 10 sold. The best price was 107$ for a body with the 50mm 1.7 lens. The rest were 1/2 that or lower...

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If they have the Minolta autofocus mount then they will physically fit onto any of the current range of Sony Alpha SLR's and also the discontinued Konica Minolta digital SLR's, but there will be some issues:-
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