I have an old but much loved Minolta X-370 that alas needs replacing. This is an X-370 not the X-370s. I of course have an even more beloved set of lenses that fit my X-370. What camera body should I consider in replacing my X-370? I'm a simple guy and have never been really interested in complicated program mode cameras. Aperture priority auto is good enough for me, but then again I didn't even want that when I got my X-370 long ago when I was a teenager. I was "too cool" for anything but pure manual but aperture priority auto became a good friend. I still have those purest tendencies and must have a purely manual mode but I wouldn't mind an upgrade. I dont want to spend more the $200 or $300 so a used camera would be fine. Any new camera body I buy should have a manual mode, aperture priority auto mode, TTL flash capability, and depth of field preview at a minimum. The later two features are missing on my X-370. I'd probably miss the AE lock feature too, even though I don't use it much. Of course my old set of lenses must fit and work well on the new body. I have the 35mm/f1.7 lens that came with the X-370, a Tameron SP 60-300mm/f3.8 and a Tokina 24-40mm/f2.8 wide angle zoom. All are MD mount I think. The Tameron SP says MC on it but an adaptall 2 M/MD has been added. I have absolutely no interest in auto focus lenses. Any suggestions? Also, what exactly is the difference between MD & MC lenses? Is it just the mount? What is MD? What is MC? Will my old lenses be able to accommodate a DOF preview feature?