Published June 28th 2006

Minolta XG9

It was small, automatic and electronic

I never really fell in love with the XG9 like I had with all my other Minolta cameras. It seemed to me to me more a run-off-the-mill type of camera than something special or really innovative like most of my other Minoltas had been.

If was a nifty little camera with some good details and great usability. It just seemed more neutral in its design and functions than any other Minolta I had owned. It took great pictures and worked really well, but eventually the shutter gave up and I was stuck with yet another useless manual film body.


There are more web resources on the XG-cameras here
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