20 Most Recent Konica Minolta 6711140 CL49200 Closeup Lens Lens Converter for The A200 Digital Camera brand b Questions & Answers


TCON-17 has a 55mm filter thread.
You will need step up or step down filter adapter ring depending on the filter size of the lens that you are using.


Konica Minolta... • Answered on Jun 24, 2010


They're easy to adapt to fit on a 4/3 mount body, but the lens will be totally manual and will not automatically communicate information about which lens aperture is in use to your camera. You will also not have the ability to automatically stop down the aperture when shooting, so you'll need to focus with the aperture ring set to the widest setting (allows in most light to make focussing easier) and then turn the aperture ring down to the correct setting for actual exposure.

In all, it's a bit of a chore, but does allow you to use your lens. Optical quality will not seem as good as you remember, contrast will be lower (unless you mask the rear of the lens to suit the smaller 4/3 sensor) and the lens will have the same angle of view as a long telephoto zoom in the 160-400mm range, so almost all shots will have camera shake unless you use the image stabilisation and/or a tripod. All of that may sound off-putting, but with care and awareness of the limitations of what you propose you'll still be able to achieve very good results. I use a commercially available adapter to use many of my old OM mount lenses on my E-510 with all the same caveats and have been pleased with the results.

If you Google "Konica to 4/3" you'll find further details, but to get you started click here for a link to someone who can supply ready made adapters (I have no personal experience of the supplier), but if you or anyone you know has basic workshop skills you can make them yourself using details available from the search term I suggested.

I hope that my reply has helped you to decide what to do next and would appreciate it if you would take a moment to rate my answer..

Konica Minolta... • Answered on Apr 05, 2010


Consider the following: Minolta closed their camera division in 2004, and sold the operation to Sony. That's also why the later Minolta lenses are compatible with Sony DSLRs (Minolta AF mount).
However, this meant that Minolta cameras were also automatically rendered obsolete, with no new spares being manufactured / supplied. (I know, I still own some Minolta cameras and have been down this road)
Now, I'm sure you can see how slim the chances are of getting any spares for the camera in question, especially a humble Point and Shoot.

It's time to aquire something newer (imho).

Konica Minolta... • Answered on May 12, 2018


Check your memory cards. If you are using SD cards, there is a small slide-lock on the side of card. Move the slide away from the LOCK icon, re-insert the card in the camera, being careful not to cause the slide to move again, and you should be able to use the card normally.

Konica Minolta... • Answered on May 21, 2016


we would need to know what model camera you are using and what manufacturer, type, and size of SD Card you are attempting to use. Some cameras are not able to accept certain types and sizes of cards. Some may be able to with firmware upgrades.

Konica Minolta... • Answered on Feb 11, 2016


You have a memory card in? Formatted?

Konica Minolta... • Answered on Jun 14, 2015


c 400 is the exposure lamp on the copiers is failing or has failed , change it

Konica Minolta... • Answered on Nov 26, 2014


Hi.

Believe it or not the camera is worth around £100 or $150 dollars. If you are going to put a reserve price on the camera then i would start with £50 or $80 depending on the condition its in.



Regards.

Konica Minolta... • Answered on Sep 20, 2014


have you tried replacing the batteries ?

Konica Minolta... • Answered on Aug 23, 2014


Hi Femi, I have this site for you where it has steps on how to do that ( number 11 ). Hope it helps. FAQ KONICA MINOLTA United Kingdom

Konica Minolta... • Answered on May 08, 2014

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