Recently, a good friend gave me an unexpected gift - a Minolta X-700 with three lenses, 50mm, 28mm and 80-200 zoom. He knows that I'm starting to shoot some film, again, and his camera just sat, unused.
So he gave it to me.
I bought a flash for it on eBay. 20 bucks. The flash I bought is the one that was made for the X-700. Cool.
The thing is, the X-700 is probably the best manual focus camera Minolta ever made and as such, it is a worthy replacement for my old Konica T4, which I will now retire.
I've got some Ilford 35mm B&W film. Watch for pictures, here, soon.
(I can't believe it's the Ides of October already. Where is the time going?)