I took my Minolta X-700 to my local camera store for repair and a CLA (they sent it out to someone in Texas). It came back today with a note saying that there was rust and corrosion in the camera, and that it could not be repaired economically. I don't understand this. What kind of parts could be in there that would rust--particularly when it was never exposed to water? Frankly, I'm skeptical--but maybe someone here can explain it to me. Secondly, the camera has sentimental value, and the thought occurred to me that I might get a second opinion on it. Can anyone recommend a repair shop which is excellent for Minolta manual focus cameras? Thanks very much.