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Here are some details about this camera:
The Minolta XG Series of cameras commenced in 1977 with the launch of the XG7 which coincided with the release of the new XD Series body, the XD11 (XD in Japan, XD7 in Europe and Oceania). The new cameras were designed to provide automatic exposure photography to users at a lower cost than the XD bodies, and as a result they fell between the XD Series and the mechanical SR-T Series that was still in production.
An over-sized mirror which eliminates telephoto cut-off even with the longest lenses (other manufacturers often used smaller mirrors which had a blacked out portion at the top of the frame when telephoto leneses were used).
PM type focusing screen, with a horizontal bi-prism surrounded by a micro-prism band for easier focusing.
An electronic shutter release with touch-switch shutter button, which means that when the main switch is turned on the LED metering display is activated with a simple touch of your finger on the shutter release.
A shutter release socket which accepted both electronic release or traditional cable releases.
An electronic self-timer, which counts down ten seconds with the battery check light on the front of the body, plus an audible beep if so equipped.
A hot flash shoe with the X terminal to automatically select the 1/60th second X-sync. when a dedicated flash is attached and charged, which will also activate a blinking flash-ready LED in the view-finder. A PC flash sync. terminal was also provided.
A film safe-load signal on top above the frame counter.
This would be a great addition to your vintage camera collection!!