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Body condition: 8/10, comes with 6 months warranty
Lens condition: 5/10, comes with 6 months warranty (has a little fungus)
Lens Serial Number #8158438
In 1977, Minolta was the first manufacturer to combine both TTL Aperture-Priority and Shutter-Priority automation in one SLR camera body, this was the Minolta XD-7/XD-11 (North America). The mode switch next to the shutter-speed dial has three positions: "M" (manual), "Auto - A" and "Auto - S". The "A" indicates Aperture-priority mode and the "S" Shutter-priority mode. There is also a hidden Program-mode, securing correct exposure whenever the available aperture-range is insufficient, in which case the shutter speed is adjusted. In fact, this function is always active, checking the exposure immediately before the shutter is fired, by MEASURING the TTL light intensity AFTER the lens aperture is set automatically.
Minolta XD-7 Technical Specifications:
By Panagiotis Giannakis from http://pansfilmcameras.blogspot.com.au/:
The XD-7 is a fantastic camera that does not hide its professional aspirations. Although not meant to compete in the professional grade arena (Minolta had the XM for that role) you could see this camera as the professional sibling of the X-700 - a camera which i really love - or see the X-700 as a scale down version of the XD-7 (if that help better).
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