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Maxxum 7D - viewfinder images / anti-shake indicator

 
 
Alan Browne
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      10-18-2004
Links below show the A/S indication as a bar graph on the right.

More segments = more shake (per the manual, p.32):

"The Anti-Shake scale indicates the degree of
stabilization. The more LEDs displayed, the more
unstable the image. Confirm the image has stabilized
with the scale and press the shutter-release button all
the way down to take the picture."

I guess the above means that if the image shake is being successfully
controlled, the indicator goes down...

http://www.konicaminolta-images.com/...skip=6&nothing
http://www.konicaminolta-images.com/...skip=7&nothing
http://www.konicaminolta-images.com/...skip=8&nothing

Cheers,
Alan

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