What do you mean by active and passive stabilisation?
The A-mount is used on older Minolta Maxxum/Dynax/Alpha SLR/DSLR cameras, and on newer Sony Alpha DSLR/DSLT cameras. Stabilisation, if available, for this system has always been implemented as in-body stabilisation – where the sensor moves. It was introduced with the Maxxum 7D DSLR in 2004, and was marketed as 'Anti-Shake'. Sony calls it 'SteadyShot Inside'. There are no A-mount lenses with any in-lens stabilisation technology.
Sony also has the E-mount, with some E-mount lenses having in-lens stabilisation, but that's a different kettle of fish. E-mount lenses are not compatible with the A-mount, even with an adapter, so you can disregard them for your scenario entirely.
For the Maxxum 7000, your best option is to stick with faster shutter speeds (I like to follow the reciprocal-of-focal-length rule), use a tripod, remote release and faster film. Also consider if flash can help to remove the need for longer shutter speeds in low light.