This camera is a version of the X-7, which had been redesigned with Minolta’s “rising sun” logo. It has the shortened shutter-time scale in the viewfinder of the XG-1 but is equipped with an ‘Acute Matte’ focusing screen. In contrast to the Japan-only X-7, this was an export model for the North American market. It was the latest member of the XG family, being introduced in 1982, and available in chrome finish.
|Key features:||Aperture-priority auto exposure with +/- 1 & 2-stop compensation, exceptionally bright & sharp accute matte viewfinder.|
|Compatibility:||Minolta M/MD lenses.|
|Batteries:||2 x LR44 ✓|
|Included:||Batteries and strap included.|
Batteries, body cap, and strap included.