specifications9 point autofocus, 4 frames per second continuous, 3% spot meter, 14 point honeycomb meter, mirror lockup, studio flash terminal and almost anything a 35 mm film photographer could ask for in a camera body.
I purchased this camera used in 2004. It was Minolta's most advanced film camera. I was very happy with it and highly recommend it for anyone shooting film. However, Konica Minolta stopped making cameras in January 2006, selling their lens mount technology to Sony. As I wanted to buy a digital body anyway, I sold off my Minolta lenses and have started anew with a Nikon D200.