The Minolta XK | XM SLR, 1974-1975 Scanned Images
Date: Tue, 7 Dec 1999 23:55:48 EST
Subject: XK USA fold out brochure, 1975
Enclosed please find a folder containing the XK camera brochure from 1974-1975. I hope you will find this helpful. I owned one of these cameras from 1979-1983, trading it in on a XD11 around that time. I am using and shooting with a Minolta Maxxum 9000 and 7000i. Good Luck on your endeavor
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Caller: IF you own a XD-7 / XD-11 | XK / XM models or any other resources relative to the camera or motor drive/winder/lenses set up, please mail me to make this site more complete. Appropriate credit will be given. I am quite 'dry" on the XK | XM Motor models and hopefully you can fill the vacuum I left here...
Basic Camera Operations XK/XM/X-1: 5 Parts
Specification for XK/XM/X-1: HTML | PDF
Main Reference Map for XK/XM/X-1: HTML | PDF (250k)
Additional info on XK | XM Motor - by Satosh Oka
More images on XK Motor By : Stephen Schwartz (New)
1974-1975 XK USA fold-out Product brochure in HTML files
and a huge PDF (1.3MB) copy. Contributed by : Mark Wasmer
Some fabulous views of the Internal Structures that made up of a Minolta XM by Gino Mancini (New);Three great images of a Minolta XM/XM Motor scanned by Hervé Prigent of France (New)
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Credit: Satosh Oka for his superp imagery of the XK Motor and XD-7; ® Stephen Schwartz, for his images of the XK Motor appearing in this site. Mark Wasmer, for his collection of the original marketing brochure. Oleg Volk, who has given me some help; Dick Sullivan whom I had used some references in his site; Hervé Prigent <email@example.com>of France for his great scanned images from brochure of Minolta XM/XM Motor; Gino Mancini <Gino@mancini99.freeserve.co.uk> for his images of the internal structure of the XM; CYLeow ® , photo editor of the Star newspaper, Malaysia, Mr Poon from Poon photo for their input on Minolta older SLR bodies. Minolta, XD-7, XK, XM, X1, Rokkor, MC lenses are either registered tradenames or trade mark of Milnolta Optical Co. Ltd, Japan. A site dedicted to all Minolta fans worldwide. Made with an Imac.