This camera film AF SLR 35mm Minolta was identified as a Dynax 600si Classic in Europe, Maxxum 600si in North America. For brevity in this article simply will refer to it as the 600si. Launched in 1995, the 600si quickly assumed cult status. Instead of buttons and menus that had become the norm for these cameras, the 600si was equipped with knobs and dials. It became known as the AF camera for the people who liked the old style SLR cameras. a handle vertical control was also available. The electronically controlled shutter moves vertically speeds of 30 seconds to 1/4000 second, more bulb mode and flash synchronization 1/200 sec. The measurement is based on TTL system using a silicon photocell 14 segments. It has a sensitivity of 0 to 20 EV and spot mode 3 to 20 EV (ISO 100, 50mm f / 1.4). The measurement is based on the use of DX coded film, which can be set manually from 6 to ISO 6400 in 1/3 inc. Exposure modes include program, aperture priority, shutter priority and manual exposure. The viewfinder has a diopter adjustment with a range from -2.5 to 0.5. Transporting the film has a motor drive to automatically advancing film after exposure. The drive modes include single, continuous frame up to 2 fps and automatic timer. The built-in flash has a GN of 12. The camera works with two 2CR5 batteries. A version with a panoramic film (which masks the film plane from 36x24mm or aspect ratio 1.5: 1 to 36x12mm or aspect ratio 3: 1) and a date quartz, was released as the Dynax 650si / Dynax 650si and Alpha 507si in Japan.