Konica Minolta Dynax 9
General Books (2010) - Paperback - 68 pages - ISBN 1159178682
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Konica Minolta Dynax 7D Technical Specifications Camera Type: Lens Mount : Image Capture: Interchangeable-lens Digital SLR camera Minolta A-type bayonet mount Total pixels:6.3 million, APS-C size(23.5mm x15.7mm),Interline primary colour, interlace scan Sensitivity: Auto and 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600,and 3200 ISO equivalents Aspect ratio: 3:2 Recording Media: Typeand Type CompactFlash cards, Microdrive, SD Memory Cards and MultiMedia Cards with optional CompactFlash Adapter SD-CF1 File format: JPEG, RAW, RAW+JPEG (DCF 2.0 compliant, DPOF(supported by printing functions in ver/1.1), Exif 2.2) Number of recorded pixels: L:3008x2000,M:2256x1496,S:1504x1000 Storage capacity: Approximate storage capacity of a 256MB CompactFlash card: L RAW RAW+JPEG Extra fine Fine Standard 30 frames 22 frames 43 frames 25 frames 76 frames M S 27 frames 165 frames
85 frames 147 frames 306 frames 145 frames 245 frames 485 frames
Colour mode: Natural: sRGB, Natural +: sRGB, Adobe RGB Image quality mode: Standard, Fine, Extra-fine, RAW, RAW+JPEG (Fine) Image correction: Contrast, Colour saturation, Sharpness, Hue (5 levels) Colour temperature setting: available Noise reduction: Available (at shutter speed longer than 1 s, ON/OFF selectable) Delete function: Single frame, Marked frames or All frames in a single folder in card can be deleted. White balance control Automatic, Preset (Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten, Fluorescent, Flash), Custom, Colour temperature setting available
LCD monitor: 2.5-inch type TFT colour Total pixels: 207, 000 Navigation system (Enlarged display, Automatic rotate function) Number of frame(s) displayed: Single, Index (4 frames, 9 frames,16 frames selectable) Display mode: Image only, Image + text, Image + text + histogram Enlarged playback (Up to approx. 5x), Luminance limit Display (flashing), File browser, Slideshow, Instant bracket playback
Type: Through-the-lens (TTL) phase-detection system Sensor: CCD line sensors (9 points, 8 lines with centre cross-hair sensor) Sensitivity range: EV-1 EV18 (ISO 100) Autofocus area: Wide focus area, any local focus area is selectable from 9-point sensors. Focus mode: Autofocus/Manual focus can be selected. Autofocus mode: Single-shot AF, Continuous AF, Automatic Autofocus, Direct Manual Focus (DMF) is selectable in menu). Predictive focus control for moving subjects. Auto-tracking focus point display Focus lock: Available (by pressing the shutter release button halfway down) AF illuminator: Available (with pre-flash) 1.0-5.0m/3.3-16.4 ft.
Auto Exposure System: TTL metering using 14-segment honeycomb-pattern SPC (14segment Honeycomb-pattern/Centre-weighted/Spot metering) Metering range: EV 0 - 20 (EV 3 - 20 in spot metering) *at ISO100 with f/1.4 lens Exposure modes: P/Full-auto program (Programmed AE with program shift), A (Aperture priority), S (Shutter priority), M (Manual) Exposure-compensation compensation: +/ 3 EV in 1/2 increments +/ 2 EV in 1/3 increments AE lock: Automatically activated with AE lock, Available with AE lock button
Flash metering: Advance Distance Integration (ADI), Pre-flash TTL, Manual flash control Guide number: 12 (in meters at ISO 100), 17(in meters ISO 200) Coverage: 24mm Recycling time: 3s (approx.) Control: Manual switchover. Lift-up for Fill Flash, push down for Flash Cancel. Flash modes: Fill Flash, Flash Cancel, Red-eye Reduction (preflash), Wireless/Remote Off-camera Flash, Rear Flash Sync. , High Speed Sync. Flash compensation: +/ 2 EV in 1/2 stop increments Program Flash 5600HS(D), 3600HS(D), 2500D, Macro Twin Flash 2400*, Macro Ring Flash 1200* with flash sync. terminal. *Macro Flash Controller is necessary. Type: Electronically-controlled, vertical-traverse, focal-plane shutter Range: 30-1/4000s, Bulb Flash sync speed: 1/160 s (with Anti-shake OFF), 1/125s(with Anti-shake ON) Drive modes: Single, Continuous, 10s/2s self-timer, Single bracket, Continuous bracket Continuous advance: Approx 3 fps Approximate number of frames that can be captured at one time: L RAW RAW+JPEG Extra fine Fine 9 frames 9 frames 12 frames 15 frames 9 frames (JPEG) 14 frames 19 frames M S 9 frames (JPEG) 20 frames 30 frames
Standard 19 frames 26 frames 43 frames L: 3008x2000, M: 2256x1496, S: 1504x1000 Exposure bracketing: With 0.3/0.5 EV increments, 3/5 frames Interval recording: Interval time: 30s/1-10,15,20,30,45,60min. frames. Start timer is equipped. (Setting: 0.5 to 24H, in 0.5 increments) Other functions: Instant playback, Customising, Zone matching
CCD-Shift Anti-Shake system with LED indicator in viewfinder Anti-Shake effect: Equivalent to steps in shutter speed (Actual effect varies depending on shooting conditions and the lens used) Type: Eye-level fixed pentaprism Focusing screen: Spherical Acute Matte (G-type as standard) Field of view: Approx. 95% Magnification: 0.9X (with 50mm lens focused on infinity) Dioptre control: 3.0 to + 1.0 m-1 Eye-relief: 25mm from the eyepiece, 21mm from the eyepiece cup in -1 m-1 Eyepiece cup is removable. *Interchangeable focusing screen is available (type M, L, ML) at service facilities.
Video output: Audio signal: Printing output control: Others: PC interface : Remote function:
NTSC / PAL Yes Exif Print, PRINT Image Matching , PictBridge
USB 2.0 High-Speed Remote data storage: TBC. (Remote-storage function software 'DiMAGE Transfer' for Dynax 7D to become available for free download.It is planned for release in January 2005.
Battery: One NP-400 Li-ion battery Battery condition indication: 4-stage indicator appears when the camera is turned on. External power source: 6V DC (with specified AC adapter AC-11), Vertical Control Grip VC-7D
Battery Performance (with fresh batteries): Number of recording images: Approx 400 frames. (CIPA measurement*1)Conforming to CIPA standard test method with a CompactFlash card and an NP-400 lithium-ion battery. Approx 600 frames (Konica Minolta measurement A*2) Approx 2000 frames (Konica Minolta measurement B*3) Conditions: Anti-Shake: ON, Recording media :512MB CompactFlash Card, Battery: Li-ion Battery NP-400, *1:CIPA:Camera & Imaging Products Association *2: Flash: OFF, other conditions are same as CIPA measurement. *3: Drive mode: 5 frames continuous shooting, Flash ;OFF, Instant Playback: NO
Dimensions (W x H x D): Weight:
150 x 106 x 77.5mm (5.91 x 4.17 x 3.05 inches) 760g (without batteries and recording media) 26.81 ounces 0 - 40 C (32-104 F) DiMAGE Viewer CD-ROM, Li-ion Battery NP-400, Li-ion battery charger BC-400, Wide Strap WS-4, Shoe-Cap SC-1000, Eyepiece cap, Eyepiece cup EC-1400, Body Cap BDC-1000, Remote cord clip, LCD Monitor Protect Panel MPP-1000, USB Cable USB-2, Video Cable VC-500
Operating temperature: Standard accessories:
Main Optional accessories: Vertical Control Grip VC-7D, Camera Case CS-7D, AC adapter AC11, SD-CF1 card adapter, Remote Cord RC-1000S, Remote Cord RC-1000L.
Compatible computers: IBM PC/AT compatible computersWindows 98*/Me/2000(Professional)/XP(Home/Professional)Macintosh OS9.09.2.2/OS X v10.1.3-10.1.5/v10.2.1-10.2.8/v10.3-10.3.5
The computer and operating system must be guaranteed by their manufacturers to support USB interface. Problems may be encountered depending on what other USB devices are being used in parallel with this product Only a built-in USB port is supported. Problems may be encountered when the camera is connected to a USB hub Normal operation may not be possible even when all the system requirements are met. Users with Windows 98 and Windows 98 Second Edition operating system must install dedicated driver software included in the DiMAGE viewer CD-ROM. System requirements are based on the latest information available at the time of printing and are subject to change without notice. DYNAX, DiMAGE, CxProcess are trademarks or registered trademarks of Konica Minolta Camera, Inc. Windows is either a registered trademark or a trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Macintosh is a trademark or registered trademark of Apple Computer Inc. Other corporate names and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
The specifications and accessories are based on the information available at the time of printing and are subject to change without notification.
The Dynax 5D is a digital SLR equipped with stateof the-art technology. The camera combines high image quality with versatile advanced features and easy, intuitive operation. We would like to introduce the most popular photographic topics and provide tips with regard to camera settings and use of the Dynax system accessories so that you can get the most out of the Dynax 5D. You obtain more info on Konica Minolta Cameras and accessories on www.konicaminoltaphotoworld.com
6 MILLION PIXEL RESOLUTION
The ideal basis for excellent image quality is the large, high resolution 6.1 Megapixel CCD (23.5 x 15.7mm). The high resolution provides impressive large format prints up to a size of 30 x 50cm.
2.5 INCH LCD MONITOR
The 2.5-inch (6.3cm) LCD monitors large screen makes it easy to check the details of images youve taken. Capable of simultaneous image and histogram display, the large LCD monitor also guides you through the intuitive camera menu.
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White Balance..12 Zone Matching..13 Special lenses..14 Anti-Shake..16
Landscape..3 Portrait..4 Sport/Action.6 Macro.8 Architecture..10 Night Portrait / Sunset.11
Lenses..18 Program Flashes..22 System Accessories.24
COMPACT DESIGN AND INTUITIVE OPERATION
The Dynax 5D combines sophisticated features and intuitive handling in a very compact camera body. Further functions are located on the camera back for intuitive control of the Dynax 5D.
EXTENSIVE ACCESSORY RANGE
An extensive range of system accessories of the Dynax series, including Program and Macro flashes, remote cable, camera bags, angle finder and more, expand the creativity the photographer. All lenses*1) of the Konica Minolta AF series can be used with the Dynax 5D and are compatible to the Konica Minolta Anti-Shake System.
SOPHISTICATED AUTOMATIC FUNCTIONS
In addition to extensive manual controls the camera also offers advanced automatic functions, which benefit from the centuries of Konica Minolta experience. Automatic exposure modes enable a novice to photography to take expressive portraits, impressive landscape shots and exciting shots of sporting events.
KONICA MINOLTA ANTI-SHAKE SYSTEM
What sets the DYNAX 5Ds Anti-Shake apart from all other camera-shake compensation systems is its exclusive CCD-Shift mechanism. Its so effective you can shoot at shutter speeds two or three steps slower than what you could use without it. And because the mechanism is integrated directly into the cameras body, it works with virtually any Konica Minolta Dynax AF lens*1).
*1) With the AF Macro Zoom 3X - 1X and some special lenses the Anti-Shake-System is turned off.
Portraiture is one of the classic genre of photography. An expressive portrait is not just beautiful to look at, knowing a few photographic techniques will turn a photo into a masterpiece. The Dynax 5D is equipped with a special portrait subject program mode. By turning the function wheel to the portrait mode, the camera automatically chooses a large aperture to achieve a small depth of field.
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The aperture determines the depth of field
SMALL TELEPHOTO LENS
The use of a large aperture (e.g. f/2.8) enables a narrow depth of field, so that the person is distinctly separated from the background. The depth of field can be so small, that only the eyes are perfectly sharp and the tip of the nose and the ears are slightly defocused.
Using a short telephoto lens (85mm or more) narrows the angle of view and the portrait conveys a more flattering expression. With a longer focal length the depth of field decreases as well. A short focal length (smaller than 50mm) should be avoided.
TIP: With the Dynax 5D it is possible to choose individual AF sensors, so it is easy to place one of the AF sensors right on the person's eye.
Accessory softeners like the Konica Minolta Portrayer P filter set provide a smooth and harmonic reproduction of skin tones.
The Program Flashes 3600HS (D) and 5600HS (D) can be controlled by wireless with the Dynax 5D. This enables the photographer to position the flash to the side to achieve a more natural illumination. The flash could also be positioned behind the person to create what's known as a headlight. TIP: The Dynax 5D also offers a portrait sRGB colour space for extra smooth and detailed rendering of skin tones (The portrait colour mode has to be set in the camera menu).
Program Flash 5600HS (D)
Hard illumination, e.g. a flash coming from the front is very unflattering. Wrinkles and little imperfections of the skin become emphasised by the hard illumination and the face seems expressionless. By pointing the flash to the ceiling or using a flash diffuser to achieve a softer light. The results will be more pleasing, especially to the model!
The picture on the left which was shot with direct flash, the picture on the right was shot with indirect flash.
Taking images of fast moving subjects is a great challenge for both the photographer and the camera equipment. Releasing the shutter at the right moment is crucial for capturing an expressive image.
Filling the image area with the subject from a distance requires lenses with a longer focal length (over 100mm). Telephoto lenses or zoom lenses with a large aperture (e.g. AF 100-300mm f/4.55.6 APO (D)) are most suitable, so that shooting with fast shutter speeds is still possible when the light conditions are not perfect. This enables the photographer to freeze a fast movement. The narrow depth of field that results from the large aperture separates the main subject from its background for even greater emphasis.
With a slower shutter speed a very dynamic effect can be achieved. A slower shutter speed needs to be set on the camera (e.g. 1/60), then the photographer has to follow the moving subject and during this movement the shutter has to be released. TIP: To get good results under difficult light conditions or with lenses with smaller apertures, a high ISO number (e.g. ISO 800) should be set on the camera. For short or medium distances (up to 25 m) a Program Flash can be used.
Lens AF 100-300mm f/4.5-5.6 APO (D)
Thanks to the high speed Continuous Advance of the Dynax 5D the decisive moment of even a fast-moving subject can be captured easily. The photographer can capture a sequence of pictures of a moving subject , then select the best shot afterwards.
Lens AF 70-200mm/2.8 Apo G (D) SSM
IMAGES OF KIDS
Zoom lenses with a medium focal length such as the AF 28-75mm f/2.8 (D) (equivalent to 42113mm in 35mm format) are perfectly suited to most shooting conditions and they allow the photographer to adjust the magnification very quickly. The Autofocus of the Dynax 5D should be set to C (Continuous AF) to be able to release the shutter at any time.
TIP: The pre-flash for the "Red-Eye-Reduction" has to be turned off, as otherwise an unavoidable time lag occurs from pressing the shutter release button to the picture being taken. That makes a snapshot nearly impossible. To reduce red eye on photos, the use of a Program Flash is recommended (e.g. 3600HS (D)). Due to the larger distance from the flash to the optical axis, the chance of redeye is greatly reduced.
The continuous auto focus mode of the Dynax 5D makes for easy shooting of moving objects.
PHOTO SUBJECTS MACRO
The extensive accessory range of the Dynax 5D is perfectly suited capturing impressive images of tiny objects. Not only insects and flowers can be captured in extraordinary perspectives that are usually concealed to us in every day life. Full frame images can be taken of nearly everything you can think of, such as watches, jewellery, coins, stamps etc. (with the Dynax 5D an area of 23,5 x 15,7 mm can be captured full frame) whilst remaining a distance to the subject.
When you are photographing small animals like insects, the photographer needs to keep a distance from the subject to avoid disturbing them or casting a shadow across the scene. A macro lens with a long focal length (AF 100mm f/2.8 Macro (D) or AF 200mm f/4 Macro Apo G) offers a maximum magnification of 1:1
Lens AF 100mm f/2.8 Macro (D)
TIP: Due to the small depth of field in macro shots, it is recommended to use a small aperture (e.g. f/16). The Anti-Shake System of the camera can effectively reduce shake that results from the use of longer shutter speeds.
Ring Flash 1200 and Twin Flash 2400
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To achieve the best illumination conditions at close distances and to freeze subject movement, two special System Flashes can assist the photographer: the Macro Ring Flash 1200 and the Macro Twin Flash 2400. Both flashes can be controlled automatically by the camera in all exposure modes. The four separately controllable flash tubes of the Macro Ring Flash 1200 provides a constant illumination over the whole image without the loss of a three-dimensional impression.
The Macro Twin Flash 2400 offers nearly unlimited flexibility and illumination options for close distance shots. Two independent reflectors can be positioned anywhere around the subject.
The macro flashes perfectly control the illumination of even small objects.
PHOTO SUBJECTS ARCHITECTURE
Documenting historical, famous or modern buildings has always been a popular subject for ambitious photographers. The landscape mode of the Dynax 5D is perfectly suitable for this job. A small aperture with low ISO setting delivers great depth of field combined with high image quality. TIP: To avoid converging verticals (parallel lines seeming to converge at a vanishing point) the camera should only be tilted upwards to a small extent when photographing tall buildings. Reflections on a window can be used as a creative element, or can be minimised by employing a polarizing filter if desired. TIP: Photographing in the "blue hour" at dawn, when the street lights are lit can induce very interesting and unusual lighting effects upon the architectural scenery or subject. Thanks to the Anti-Shake function it is often possible to take images in the "blue hour" without a tripod.
The AF 20mm f/2.8 provides a great depth of field and an emphasized perspective. Lenses with short to medium focal lengths, especially fixed focal lenses, are a must-have item for any architectural photographer. In addition using a telephoto lens lets you capture small details or take pictures of buildings in full from further distance.
Picture taken at the blue hour
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Sunset mode provides special settings that meet the extraordinary light conditions of landscapes at dusk and dawn. The mode is optimised to reproduce the rich, warm colours of sunsets. A specific white balance is employed that accentuates several shades of red that are characteristic of the atmosphere of such scenes.
NIGHT PORTRAIT /
from the available light, because it is outside of the range of the flash light. Effective use of the built-in flash is only possible within its range. To illuminate a large group of people or larger objects, a more powerful Program Flash (2500 (D), 3600HS (D) or 5600HS (D)) is recommended. They are all controlled automatically by the camera, just like the built-in flash. For best results a tripod or at least a stable base (like a wall) should be used. The Remote Cables RC-1000 S or L (and also the self timer) prevent the camera from capturing any shake. The Anti-Shake System of the camera enables even longer shutter speeds to be used in low light situations.
The Night Portrait mode of the Dynax 5D is well suited to taking images at night or in dark surroundings. This program optimises the balance between the available light and the flash light. A slower shutter speed is automatically set to achieve the right exposure for the background
The ambient light and the flash light is balanced in the Night Portrait mode. In normal flash mode the background of such a scene would be totally black.
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PHOTOKNOWLEDGE ZONE MATCHING
The atmosphere, character and message of an image are quintessentially influenced by the distribution of black and white areas in the tonal values. In classic photography the specific subject-related use of illumination is described as high-key and low-key photography. In highkey images bright, finely distinguished highlight tones dominate and soft illumination is provided. Low-key images, consist predominantly of dark tones and harsher light is employed, which provides a three-dimensional feel that is rich in contrast and shadow detail. The zone matching mode of the Dynax 5D optimises all camera settings for high-key or lowkey images.
HIGH-KEY ZONE MATCHING
High-key mode provides fine highlight detail on images that consist of mainly bright areas. Exposure, sensitivity and gradation are adjusted in the best possible way so that the hightlights do not bleach out.
LOW-KEY ZONE MATCHING
Low-key mode achieves a wide graduation of shadow detail on images that predominantly consist of dark areas without showing noise in the dark areas.
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PHOTOKNOWLEDGE SIZE / QUALITY
In the camera menu you find the topics Image Size and Quality. The result of both is similar in one way, but the way they work differs a lot. Using those functions means, that choosing a higher Quality or a larger Image Size leads to fewer images on the memory card. But why are there two settings?
WHAT IMAGE SIZE IS THE BEST TO USE?
The maximum output size of an image (how large it can be printed), depends on the amount of data the file contains. An A4 size print for example needs at least 3 million pixels. So if you already know before shooting that you only want a small print out of the image, or you want to display it on the internet, you can reduce the image size in order to save space on the memory card. TIP: Record the image always in a higher size than you need, because you can always resize images on the computer later. Usually the maximum image size is used, so that images can be used flexibly for a lot of different applications.
IMAGE SIZE (RESOLUTION)
The function of the topic Image Size is pretty simple. The CCD chip, which produces the image, consists of millions of tiny picture elements (pixel). Using the maximum image size, all pixels of the CCD are used. Reducing the image size means that not every pixel gets used. Therefore the image size can only be 3 or 1.5 million pixels instead of the maximum 6 million pixels.
The topic Quality determines the data format in which the image is saved on the memory card.
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Choosing RAW Quality, the image is always recorded at the maximum resolution (full image size). The RAW format saves the image data before the actual calculations of colour, contrast, and sharpness of the camera software start. Those calculations have to be done afterwards on the computer, using imaging software like the DiMAGE Master Lite, or the optional DiMAGE Master. The RAW format enables best image quality, but needs some post-processing on the computer. Image files recorded in RAW format can be very large (approx. 8.8 MB); therefore it takes more time to save them on the memory card.
Extra Fine, Fine, Standard indicate how much an image becomes folded (how much it is compressed). The more an image is compressed, the more image details get lost. Shooting objects with a very fine structure, it is recommended to use a low compression rate.
TIP: With most objects the setting Standard is absolutely sufficient. The setting Fine or Extra Fine should be used when subject structures are very detailed.
EXTRA FINE, FINE, STANDARD
Choosing Extra Fine, Fine, or Standard under the topic Quality, means, that images are saved in JPEG format. In contrast to RAW, images are compressed in JPEG format. The image size remains the same, but the image file occupies less space on the memory card. You can imagine compressing an image as folding it, so that it creases and the quality decreases. As soon as the image is unfolded, it has its original file size again.
Low JPEG Compression / High JPEG Compression
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Despite autofocus it is still possible that pictures may be blurred. Often it is not the fault of the autofocus system but rather the result of camera shake. Unfortunately camera shake happens frequently and it is a particular problem when using slower shutter speeds and longer focal lengths. However, Konica Minoltas Anti-Shake puts things right. The high precision CCD-shift process applies a unique stabilizing mechanism. A sensor detects the degree of camera shake and the camera is able to compensate for this shake by shifting the CCD.
THE CORRECT AMOUNT OF LIGHT
To expose a picture correctly a particular amount of light is necessary. For that the camera has two possibilities to control the amount of light. Either the aperture can be changed or the exposure time can be varied.
The Anti-Shake unit compensates the camera shake by shifting the CCD.
Rule of thumb to calculate the longest safe shutter speed without Anti-Shake:
The Anti-Shake System instantly and precisely shifts the CCD to compensate camera motion. (Shutterspeed example picture 1/30 sec)
1 focal length (in mm)
For example, when taking a picture with a lens of focal length 250 mm without Anti-Shake: the longest safe shutter speed is = 1/250 mm = 1/250 s
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KONICA MINOLTA - LENSES
MIRROR TELE LENS
Extreme telephoto capture are possible with the AF 500 mm f/8 Reflex, the worlds first AF telephoto mirror lens. Due to its compact and light weight design it is extremely popular among nature photographers. The high speed fixed focal length tele lens AF 300mm f/2.8 is due to its high image quality not just a dream lens for ambitioned nature or sports photographers. These two brilliant lenses are perfectly supported by the Anti-Shake System of the Dynax 5D that shows all its power when used in combination with a tele lens. Both lenses with SSM functions are equipped with the new super sonic motor that guarantees fast and quiet focussing. TIP: The focal length of the SSM lenses can be extended with minimal loss of quality using the dedicated Tele Converters AF 1.4X Apo (D) and AF 2X Apo (D). The Anti-Shake System of the Dynax 5D compensates the loss of light with ease.
Because of the special construction it is equipped with a fixed aperture of f8 this usually means a tripod is essential, but in this case the Konica Minolta Anti-Shake System and the high speed CCD of the Dynax 5D enable free hand shooting in a lot of situations.
The SSM lenses are especially designed to fulfil the highest quality demands of professional photographers. The zoom lens AF mm offers a largest aperture of 2.8 over the whole range of focal length and is the perfect tool for a light to medium tele range.
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TIP: Discover the night sky and try out some astrology photography. With the AF APO 600 mm f/4 G for example, full format capture of the moon are no problem with an effective focal length of 900 mm when mounted on the Dynax 5D!
The lenses of the DT series (abbr. for Digital Technology) are exclusively developed for the digital Dynax cameras. The image circle of the lenses is adjusted to the CCDs size.
Lens AF 16 mm f/2.8 Fisheye
TIP: Be creative and experiment with the effects of extreme distorsion. When shooting landscape from a straight camera position, only the horizontal line is reproduced undistorted.
Lens AF DT 11-18mm f/4,5-5,6 (D)
All of the G series` lenses feature high quality components as for instance AD glass and multilayered coating. The lenses of the G series are at the very peak of the Dynax lens system.
The typical fisheye effect is perfecty suited for creative landscape, architecture and indoor shooting. Attached to the Dynax 5D an effective viewing angle of approximately 120 is achieved due to the multiplying factor of 1.5x.
The AF 16mm f/2.8 fisheye lens creates impressive pictures with its extreme wide angle of view,
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AF 50mm f/1.4 AF 50mm f/1.7
Dimensions (dia. x length)
65.5 x 38.5mm 65.5 x 39mm
AntiShake AntiShake AntiShake AntiShake
AF 85mm f/1.4 G (D) AF 100mm f/2.8 SOFT FOCUS STF 135mm f/2.8 [T4.5] *3) AF 200mm f/2.8 Apo G AF 300mm f/2.8 Apo G (D) SSM AF Reflex 500mm f/8 AF 600mm f/4 Apo G
2677-118 2648-118 2656-118 2612-110 2674-118 2572-118 2609-136
0.85m 0.80m 0.87m 1.50m 2.00m 4.00m 6.00m
81.5 x 72.5mm 71.5 x 78mm 80 x 99mm 86 x 134mm 122 x 242.5mm 89 x 118mm 169 x 449mm
560 g 440 g 730g 790g 2480g 665g 5500g
AF 1.4X Tele Converter Apo (D) *2) AF 2X Tele Converter Apo (D) *2)
64 x 20mm 64.5 x 43.5mm
AF 50mm f/2.8 Macro (D) AF 50mm f/3.5 Macro AF 100mm f/2.8 Macro (D) AF 200mm f/4 Macro Apo G AF Macro Zoom 3X-1X f/1.7-2.8
2675-100 2646-100 2676-110 2658-118 2594-116
0.20m 0.23m 0.35m 0.50m (3x): 25mm (1x): 40mm
71.5 x 60mm 66 x 55mm 75 x 98.5mm 79 x 195mm 86 x 117 x 94.5mm *1)
295g 200g 510g 1130g 1100g
W x D x H. For use with AF 300/2.8 Apo G (D) SSM(1), AF 70-200/2.8 Apo G (D) SSM(1), AF 200/2.8 Apo G, AF300/2.8 Apo G, AF 300/4 Apo G(2), AF 400/4.5 Apo G(2), AF 600/4 Apo G(2), AF 200/4 Macro Apo G(3), and STF 135/2.8 [T4.5](3) lenses only. Autofocus cant be used in the following combinations: AF 1.4X / AF 2X Tele Converter Apo (D), lenses displaying this sign (1) and camera models introduced before Dynax 7 (excluding the up-dated Dynax 9). AF 2X Tele Converter Apo (D) and lenses displaying this sign (2). AF 1.4X / AF 2X Tele Converter Apo (D) and lenses displaying this sign (3). Manual focus only.
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KONICA MINOLTA - FLASH SYSTEM
PROGRAM FLASH 5600HS (D)
The most obvious difference between the three Konica Minolta Program Flashes is their guide number, which is indicated by the two first numbers (e.g. 36 for the 3600HS (D)). The built in flash of the Dynax 5D has a guide number of 12. The Program Flash 5600HS (D) provides all possibilities for ambitious flash photography. With its high power you can even illuminate subjects at long distances. With manual flash control and creative features like strobe flash the 5600HS (D) covers all kinds of flash photography. The flash-head of the Program Flash 5600HS (D) can not only be tilted up and downwards but also be swivelled 180.
PROGRAM FLASH 2500 (D)
This handy flash is useful for shooting subjects within a few meters. The flashhead can be rotated up to 90 degrees, if you prefer indirect flash illumination (for instance to bounce off the ceiling). This leads softer light which is favourable in order to obtain a natural, high definition portrait.
PROGRAM FLASH 3600HS (D)
The 3600HS (D) features good power and a lot of functions for creative and versatile flash photography. wireless flash control allows independent flash illumination. A zoom reflector automatically adjusts the flash coverage to the focal length of the lens (between 24 and 85mm).
With a flash sync to rear curtain you can create dynamic images.
HIGH-SPEED SYNC (HSS)
The 3600HS (D) and the 5600HS (D) offer HSS. HSS enables you to use faster camera shutter speeds than the flash sync speed. This function can especially be used for portraits that are captured outdoors, since the fill flash lets the face stands clearly out from the background.
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The Program Flash 3600HS (D) and 5600HS (D) can be used off the camera. In this way you can generate a perfect illumination where the flash light illuminates the subject from the side for instance.
MACRO TWIN FLASH 2400
Macro Twin Flash 2400 has two light tubes which are attached to the lens with flexible holders. Since the light tubes are arranged further from to the optical axis - in contrast to the Macro Ring Flash tubes- the Twin Flash creates a more threedimensional illumination which is desired e.g. with the photography of flowers or insects.
SYNC TO REAR CURTAIN
Normally the flash is released at the beginning of the exposure. If you set the camera to sync to rear curtain the flash is released at the end of the exposure. In the image the start of the movement is blurred and the end of the movement is frozen by the flash.
The Macro Twin Flash gives complete control over the light for macro photography.
MACRO RING FLASH 1200
With macro photography the lens is very close to the subject and a standard flash is not able to Illumination small subjects at close range. The macro ring flash is directly attached to the lens. The Ring Flash 1200 delivers a controlled illumination for e.g. medical images.
ADI flash-metering P-TTL flash-metering Manual flash control Auto Zoom HSS Wireless Multiple flash
*1. Macro-flash controller unit in option is necessary. *2. When the camera is set to the M mode in manual flash control, the power level of the two flashtubes can be individually controlled.
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KONICA MINOLTA - SYSTEM ACCESSORIES
REMOTE CORDS RC-1000S/L
Enables remote control of the shutter release when on a tripod to avoid camera shake or in a self portrait. Autofocus is maintained.
LITHIUM-ION ACCU NP-400
When travelling, where recharging would be impossible, you should consider taking second NP-400 with you, to always have one fully charged, ready for unexpected subjects.
SD-COMPACT FLASH CARD ADAPTOR SD-CF1
With this adaptor, an SD (Secure Digital) Memory Card can be used with the Dynax 5D.
ANGLE FINDER VN
The Angle Finder Vn turns the image of the viewfinder through 90 thus you can look into the viewfinder from a more comfortable position.
PC FLASH ADAPTOR PCT-100
To use external flash units, such as studio systems. The attachment of the PCT-100 provides the camera with the necessary PC sync socket.
SOFTWARE (DIMAGE MASTER)
Using this mains adaptor, your Dynax 5D can easily be connected to the mains supply. This ensures constant power without having to replace batteries. N.B. This does not charge the batteries in camera. The Konica Minolta DiMAGE Master is a sophisticated software for editing and optimising images. It improves the creative workflow and is the perfect tool to obtain the best out of your pictures. Image files can be placed easily by drag & drop in four different customisable categories. With just one click on any desired spot in the image, its area will be magnified to allow for control of sharpness. The colour management system uses ICC profiles, which have been developed specifically for perfect colour matching.
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