MINOLTA 35mm SLR CAMERAS


The MINMAN website has the most complete, most indepth listing of Minolta SLR cameras on the globe.  Period.  Always has, always will.  If you want the best, most complete information on Minolta SLR cameras (or for any other Minolta camera, for that matter) MINMAN is the place to "shop".  It's all free, and it's all thanks to our many knowledgeable volunteers.  

Minolta has been making a wide variety of manual-focusing, 35mm film, SLR cameras starting in 1958.  They are still making them today.  We have two ways for you to explore Minolta's SLR cameras:


Minolta made a wide variety of lenses for each of the SLR cameras.  For details on the lenses, check out our lens pages.   

Just as there are several companies that make lenses that fit on Minolta cameras, there are several companies that make cameras that use Minolta lenses.  For details on these cameras, check out this page. And to confuse things even more, Leica modified different Minolta models and sold them as Leica cameras which do not accept Minolta lenses.  Here is a list of these cameras.


RETURN TO THE MANUAL MINOLTA HOME PAGE

We didin't want to do this, but since other websites have been stealing our stuff, we have no alternative but to state:
COPYRIGHT@1995,1996,1997,1998,1999,2000,2001,2002,2003,2004,2005,2006 by Joe McGloin.

All Rights Reserved. The material on this website is protected by US Federal copyright laws. It cannot be copied or used in any manner without specific approval from the owner.

The material on this website is protected by US Federal copyright laws. It cannot be copied or used in any manner without specific approval from the owner.