Konica Minolta RD 3000 User Manual (en)

This camera is designed to work specifically with lenses, flash units, and other
accessories manufactured and distributed by Minolta. Using incompatible acces-
sories with this camera may result in unsatisfactory performance or damage to the
camera and accessories.
* 35mm equivalents listed in parenthesis.
V Lens 22-80 f/4 - 5.6 (33-120mm)
V Lens 80-240 f/4.5 - 5.6 APO (120-360mm)
V Lens 28-56 f/4 - 5.6 (42-84mm)
V Lens 50mm f/3.5 Macro (75mm)
V Lens 25-150 f/4.5-6.3 (38-225mm)
V Lens 17mm f/3.5 RD (25mm) - incompatible with the Vectis S-1/S-100
• All Minolta i, si, and HS series flash units, as well as the Vectis SF-1 flash, are
compatible with this camera. With these flash units, the flash will fire only when
necessary when it is on and the camera is in P mode.
• For AF series flash units (4000AF, 2800AF, 1800AF, and Macro flash 1200AF),
the flash Shoe Adapter FS-1100 is required. When the flash is on, it will fire
every time the shutter is released. The AF illuminator will not activate.
• X-series flash units can only be used when connected to the camera’s PC
terminal by a sync cord.
CompactFlash Cards RM-8C/RM-16C/RM-32C
Eyepiece Cup EP-RD1
PC Card Adapter CA-1C
This adapter allows Compact Flash card to be used in PCMCIA card drives (ATA
PCMCIA Type II standard). This is convenient for quick data transfer.
PCMCIA Card Drive CD-10
The PCMCIA card drive is an external drive for your computer that reads and
records PCMCIA cards. Compact Flash cards used in the camera can be used in
this drive with the aid of the PC Card Adapter CA-1C. It is a convenient way to
bring your images into your computer and it reduces wear on the camera.