National Geographic : 1981 Dec
A camera with a combination of features you won't find on any other 35mm SLR in its class. A camera so extraordinary that in just a few short months ithas become one of WHATWEGETin America. More than a camera. An achievement. The Minolta XG-M. What kinds of features make a camera this Outstanding? cle Optical precision for sharp, clear pictures. FO LLO If Convenience features like automatic exposure to make S taking pictures as easy as point, focus, shoot. Important features like metered manual and exposure override that let TE you give full rein to your creative instincts. RElectronic features to help prevent mistakes. Handling features like a built-in, textured grip shaped to fit the curve of your hand. Even professional features like the optional motor drive that automatically advances the film. One frame at a time. Or at a blister ing 3.5 frames per second to capture fast action. Like a touchdown pass rifling into the end zone. And when you want to unleash your imagination, there are more than 45 Minolta computer-designed interchangeable lenses to help you do it.Along with a full system of accessories. The Minolta XG-M isonly the latest in our over 50-year tradition of creating cameras that are not simply cameras, but outstanding achievements. See it at your Minolta dealer. To find Nthe XG-M, just follow the crowd. T WAIT'TIL YOU SEE HOW GOOD YOU CAN BE. MINOLTA For more information, write Minolta Corporation, 101Williams Drive, Ramsey N.J .07446. In Canada: Minolta, Ontario, L4W 1A4. Product appearance and/or specifications are subject to change without notice. © 1981 Minolta Corporation.