Konica Minolta Digital Camera
Konica Minolta produced a variety of digital cameras, ranging from easy to use early model digital cameras to high performance cameras designed for professional photographers.
Both Konica and Minolta were vaulted names in the photography business, with both brands enjoying long and prestigious histories of innovation and high quality production. Of the two brands, it was Minolta's DiMAGE digital cameras that were considered the higher quality range. The DiMAGE was a trend setter in the evolving digital camera market of the early 2000s. In 2003 the two companies announced a merger and formed Konica Minolta. They pulled out of the industry three years later selling the remaining DSLR business to Sony. Now Konica Minolta cameras are great collectors' items for enthusiasts looking to recapture an exciting period of photographic evolution and provide useful spares for operators. The remaining functioning digital cameras are still capable of taking excellent images.
Konica Minolta digital camera range
The Konica Minolta DiMAGE X31 is an entry level digital camera designed for convenience. The camera is compact, with a 1.5 inch screen, 86mm by 67mm frame and weighs only 165g. The model allows for SD card storage, has a max aperture of F2.8, and is a 3 megapixel camera.
The Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z3 is a classically proportioned camera with some funky early 2000s design elements, including curved handles and small central frame. The camera is 4 megapixel compact with a max resolution of 2272 by 1704. The camera has a 1.5 inch display, SD storage, and weighs 435g. The camera has a frame measuring 109mm by 80mm.
The Konica Minolta DiMAGE A200 was one of the high performance cameras of its day. The 8 megapixel camera has a maximum resolution of 3264 by 2448 pixels. The camera has a compact flash storage and 1.8 inch screen. This Konica Minolta digital camera weighs 579g and has a 114mm by 80mm frame.