In both cameras were still films, in the Dynax 8000i a Kodak 100 and in the 7000 AF a Kodak 200. Perhaps both of the Gold series.
I removed boths films and used them with my Pentax K1000 and the Sigma 4-5.6/55-200mm. It was not a odyssey like the one of film 119, but it was pure serendipity whether it is possible that something turns into cool pictures.
Last year I just made a 2-Cameras-Double-Exposure-Project. The film was a Kodak Gold II 200, which was in a Revue X-4M as I bought the camera and then I put it in a Praktica Super TL. But it didn't work as good as I wanted, just the following two pictures became good double exposures.
In the first part are coming now the pictures from the Minolta Dynax 8000i. Of course, I didn't know if and what pictures are on the film as I used it with the Pentax. Also I don't know who the photographer was.
In this case the photographer was in London and made great pictures from the city and in my opinion he had a very good eye. Unfortunately the double exposures don't overlap 100%, because the film was pulled differently in both cameras.
The double exposures are serendipity pure, and more serendpity is that we visited the René Groebli - Early works - 1945-1955 exhibition, where some really cool black&white photos of London were shown, in the in focus galerie in Cologne just one hour before we shot these double exposures.