Minolta Maxxum 7 / Dynax 7 / Alpha 7 - Meta35

Minolta Maxxum 7 / Dynax 7 / Alpha 7

History
The Maxxum 7 was introduced in 2000 as the last and most advanced 5th generation Minolta film SLR. It featured a 9-point, wide area dual cross type autofocus system, 1/8000 second shutter speed, built-in flash with wireless remote flash control and high speed sync, advanced distance integration flash metering, 35 custom settings and data memory. The Data Saver DS-100 makes it possible to record exposure data. Data collected by the DS-100 can be downloaded and embedded into scanned images using Meta 35.


Data Recorded
Film ISO, Film Number, Frame Number, Shutter Speed, Aperture, Flash, Lens Focal Length & Aperture, Exposure Compensation, Metering Mode, Exposure Mode, Flash Compensation, Frame Date & Time


Custom Functions
The Minolta Maxxum 7 features 35 custom function settings, which can be set on the camera body.


Tips and tricks

  • Data Saver DS-100 and SmartMedia card reader required.

 
Data Recording Level Standard
Maximum Rolls (2-4MB SmartMedia Card) 400
Body ID number
Film Roll Number
Film Speed
Frame Number
Shutter Speed
Aperture
Lens focal length and max f-number
Exposure Compensation
Exposure mode
Metering exposure mode
Flash exposure compensation
Date
Frame time