Once in a while I enjoy going out with an old 35mm SLR movie video camera as well as running a roll of film through it. The noises of these mechanical marvels, paired with the easy rate of landscape photography, is a recipe for relaxation. So unwind as I fill up a Minolta X700 with 400 speed color movie, and affix a 50mm lens. After that, join me in the timbers to experience the way photography was prior to the electronic transformation.
In the video clip I am not talking a lot until it's time to load the camera bag.
The Minolta X700 35mm SLR cam was presented in 1981 and was one of Minolta's top-sellers up until it was discontinued in 1999