Minolta DiMAGE A1

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The DiMAGE A1 is a digital camera released by Minolta in 2003. It replaces the DiMAGE 7 in the lineup, using a similar body type.

The camera features a 5.2 mega pixel 2/3" CCD sensor with anti-shake. A tilting 118,000 pixel 1.8" TFT LCD along with a EVF. The lens is a Minolta GT 7.2 to 50.8 (28 to 200mm, 7x) zoom lens with an aperture of f2.8 to f3.5 constructed from 16 glass elements in 13 groups. A filter ring of 49mm. A focus range of 50 cm to Inf.; wide macro: 30 to 60 cm; tele macro: 13 to 60 cm. The shutter speed in auto is 4s to 1/16000 sec +Bulb: 30s. It uses CompactFlash Type I or Type II and a 16 MB CF card is included. It is powered by a 7.4V NP-400 lithium ion rechargeable battery. The camera weighs in at 639 g.