The Minolta Maxxum STsi features an electronic controlled shutter with vertical travelling with speeds from 20 seconds to 1/2000th of a second, the film camera also offers bulb mode and can reach a flash sync of 1/90th of a sec. The metering is TTL (through the lens), using only an eight segment silicon photo cell. It has a sensitivity of 1 to 20 EV and in spot mode 4 to 20 EV (ISO 100, 50mm f/1,4. Metering is based on using DX encoded film, which can also be manually set from 6 to 6400 ISO. The exposure modes include, program, aperture priority, shutter priority, manual exposure along with settings for portrait, landscape, close-up, sport, night. The film transport has a motorized drive with film automatically advancing after exposure. The camera uses two CR2 batteries.
A nice camera for any professional photographer, for any film photography, if you can still get them around twenty or thirty bucks. Love these plastic cameras for traveling, in case you lose it, no big deal.