Minolta Maxxum 9000
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|Lens mount||Minolta A-mount|
|Focus||TTL phase detecting autofocus|
|Exposure||Program, Aperture priority, Shutter priority and manual exposure; center-weighted and spot metering|
|Flash||Hot shoe and PC-socket|
- Type: Fully automatic SLR camera body (exception: manual film advance) made of aluminium, brass and steel.
- Manufacturer: Minolta
- Year of launch: 1985
- Film: DX-coded 35mm film with speeds from 6 to 6400 ASA
- Lens mount: Minolta A-mount
- Focusing: TTL phase detecting autofocus
- Shutter: Aluminium focal plane shutter with speeds 30 sec. to 1/4000 sec.
- Metering: TTL through combined ambient and flash metering cells located at the bottom of the mirror box (therefore, not influenced by the focusing screens used), center-weighted or spot-metering metering characteristics for ambient light, center-weighted for flash light
- Exposure: Program controlled mode, manual mode, aperture priority or shutter priority mode
- Flash: PC-socket plus TTL-enabled hot shoe for Minolta AF-flashes, shutter synchronized for speeds up to 1/250 sec.
- Finder: Pentaprism finder, diopter correction, 94% coverage at 0.81x magnification
- Display: LCD displays on body and in the view finder
- Film advance: Manual lever and rewind crank, add-on winder (2fps, manual rewind) and motor (5fps, motorized rewind) units available
- Weight: 645 g (1.422 lb)
- Dimensions: 53×92×139 mm
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