National Geographic : 1981 Sep
Sou might say the new Minolta XG-M is in a class by itself. Because no other 35mm SLR in its class has its combi C nation of creative features, yet is so easy to use. CAM Ea All you do is point, focus , and shoot. The automatic XG-M does everything else to give you clear, sharp, beautiful pictures. It even has electronic features to prevent mistakes. And advanced features like manual metering for advanced photographers. vS To make things tougher on the competition, we gave the XG-M N OHN Tsomething you only find on more expensive cameras. - The option of professional motor drive, to let you take pictures at an astonishing 3.5 frames per second. So you can capture fast action. Like a diver's . twisting entry into the water. Or a racer's moment of E triumph at the finish line. EL S. And when you hold this camera you'll know it's extraordinary, inside and out. Its built-in textured grip was sculptured to fit your hand more comfortably. And its advanced design represents an exciting new achievement in making fine cameras. Something we've been doing for over 50 years. The XG-M accepts over 45 interchange able, computer-designed Minolta lenses. As well as the Minolta system of SLR accessories. The new Minolta XG-M. There's simply nothing else like it. WAIT'TILYOU SEE HOW GOOD YOU CAN BE. MINOLTA For more information write Minolta Corporation, 101WilliamsDrive, Ramsey, N.I.07446. Or see your Minolta dealer. InCanada: Minolta, Ontario, L4W IA4. Product appearance and/or specifications are subject to change without notice. ©1981 Minolta Corporation.