The Minolta XD-7 (XD-11) - Main Reference Map
1. Split-image/microprism focusing spot,
2. Shutter-speed scale,
3. Aperture f-number scale (see p. 23),
4. Indicator LED's (show speed be. ing set on "A" mode, aperture being set on "S" mode, and correct exposure in "M" mode when shutter speed indicated agrees with speed manually set),
5. F-number of lens aperture set,
6. Shutter speed set (for "S" or "M" mode), and
7. LED over- or under-range indicators (over-range indicator is also flash -ready and "X," "B," and "O" signal). For operation details, see the sections on exposure control, manual settings and flash operation.
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