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I love my M-D and the ISO control on the back.  There are the usual numbers - 200, 400, 800, 1600, etc., and there are two stop points between each one so, in theory, one can graduate between the known values.  I like this control.

I see the M10-D uses the ‘rewind’ ISO control.  Does that too have 2 stops between each labelled value? Or is there a lower level of control on the M10-D?

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