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

The camera seems to be working well besides the Auto Focus and it is really hard to see through the viewfinder?

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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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