Konica Minolta Dimage A2

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Left side of the DiMAGE A2
Audio-video connection

DiMAGE A2 is a digital camera which was manufactured by Konica Minolta,[1] announced on February 12, 2004.[2]


The Konica Minolta DiMAGE A2 is a discontinued, 8 megapixel CCD digital camera. Sony bought out the Konica Minolta[3] line and from that came the new Sony line called the Sony Alpha series.[4] The A2's features include a manual focus ring, time lapse options, a 922,000 pixel viewfinder, and an articulating rear 1.8 inch screen and a 7× zoom barrel. The camera was produced with a fixed lens and electronic viewfinder.


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