Minolta XG-M Camera Test


The Minolta XG-M
The Minolta XG-M

After shooting a roll of recently expired Fuji 400 through the XG-M, I’m happy to say the camera functions well.  No issues or hiccups the entire roll, most of which was shot around the Southside Works in Pittsburgh.  Meter works well – seemingly better than the AE-1P.   I had two flashes that should have worked, but only one did.  But the other one worked on the X-370.  Overall, this is a good camera.  But as I now have six 35mm cameras, this one will end up in someone else’s possession eventually.

While shooting this camera, I finally started being more comfortable with taking pictures of strangers.  Hopefully that carries into my pictures in different cites.  The one of the little girl playing in the fountain is probably my favorite from this roll.



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