National Geographic : 1981 Jul
NOW It wasn't always this way. It used to be hard to decide among all the 35mm SLR's. Then we created the new Minolta XG-M. A camera so extraor dinary it stands alone in its class. With an unrivaled combination SW o f creat ive features. First, it's automatic. So it's easy W EAfK N Oto get sharp, clear pictures. You just point, focus, and shoot. It even has electronic features that keep you from WHA making mistakes. As your skills advance, you'll appreciate advanced features like metered manual and exposure override for full creative control. IT'S LI TOBE ALONI To further separate ourselves from the competition, we built in the option of professional motor-drive. Something normally found only on more expensive cameras. It lets you shoot a blazing 3.5 frames per second. So you can catch a baseball as it comes off the bat. Or halt a horse leaping a hurdle. But to fully grasp the XG-M's advanced design, I you have to hold it. The body feels rugged yet light. With a built-in textured grip that's sculpted to fit snugly in your $[ hand. And oversized controls that make it easy to adjust to changing conditions. As your creative potential develops, you'll have access to over 45 interchangeable, computer-designed Minolta lenses. As well as the Minolta system of SLR accessories. All in all, the XG-M is a remarkable achievement. But then, we have over 50 S ears of remarkable achieve Sments to draw on. The new Minolta XG-M. Now we know how it feels to be alone. But we're not complaining. WAIT 'TIL YOU SEE HOW GOOD YOU CAN BE. MINOLTA For more information, write Minolta Corporation, 101Williams Drive, Ramsey, N.J.07446. Orsee your Minolta dealer In Canada: Minolta, Ontario, L4W IA4. Product appearance and/or specifications are subject to change without notice. 01981 Minolta Corporation.