Konica Minolta A APS-C

APS-C SLR system • Discontinued

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Overview

An APS-C SLR system created by Konica Minolta in 2004 and based on digital cameras with Minolta A mount and sensor-shift image stabilization technology. Konica Minolta managed to release two full-frame + three APS-C zoom lenses for this system, and then announced its decision to withdraw from camera business in March 2006 with the transfer of related assets and technologies to Sony.

Camera list

APS-C digital SLR cameras with the Minolta/Sony A mount (2):

Minolta/Sony A mount lens list

Table of contents
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Completeness of lens lineup
    Enthusiast photography
    50%

    No dedicated lenses for portrait photography, distant subjects photography, wild nature photography.

    Professional photography
    40%

    No dedicated lenses for professional wild nature photography, architectural photography with perspective correction, professional macrophotography.

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