Minolta flashes

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Auto Electroflash 200X (Released in conjunction with the Minolta XD11 in 1977.)

  • 2 manual and 2 automatic settings
  • Uses 4 AA batteries
  • Has a ready light on back and a button to trigger the flash manually on the lower left side
  • Came with a small plastic diffuser that could be snapped on front
  • At the lowest manual setting, it could be used in tandem with the Power Winder D, allowing it to take a whole 36 exposure roll of flash pictures in 18 seconds; or 1 picture every half second