Δευτέρα, 15 Μαρτίου 2010

MINOLTA X 500

Electronically controlled stepless shutter speeds from 1/1000 to 4 seconds for aperture priority mode, and 1/1000 to 1 second plus “B” for metered manual mode.
Touch-switch meter activation without having to depress the shutter release.

Very bright acute-matte viewfinder screen with details of selected aperture, camera mode (“M” or “A”) and camera recommended/selected shutter speed. In manual mode the user set shutter speed is indicated by a blinking LED. Viewfinder shows 95% of film frame area, at a huge 0.9x magnification. A range of interchangeable screens was available (see here).
Automatic exposure lock button.
Remote shutter release that will accept both electronic and manual shutter releases.
Audible slow speed alert when required shutter speed will be 1/30 second or less (can be disabled).
Silicon photocell TTL centre weighted meter, measured at full aperture for normal display, then at taking aperture for automatic exposure calculation, with a second meter for measuring off the film during TTL flash operation. Automatic exposure range EV1 to EV18.
ISO 12 to 3200 film speed range.
Horizontal traverse silk shutter, enabling maximum sync speed of 1/60 sec.
Plastic body construction, encased in light metal.
Can be used with the Auto Winder G for motor driven sequences of up to 2 frames per second, or with the Motor Drive 1 for exposure sequences at up to an amazing 3.5 frames per second.
Depth of field preview button.
Plastic shutter blind attached to strap for tripod use (won't mess up your metering).
PC connection for studio flash use.
Film “safe-load” indicator.
Audible and visible self timer (LED). Audible alert can be disengaged.

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