Posted by Bengt Köhler Sandberg 2012-07-10
Introduced in: 1976
Lens mount: M42 mount
Shutter: 1/700s to 1/2s plus a Bulb setting
Light meter: Through the lens
Flash: X sync connection and hotshoe (sync 1/60 sec)
Takes standard 135 film
24×36 mm negative size.
Great viewfinder, it's big and bright.
You see which shutter speed is selected and light meter pin.
Very solid and well built.
Don't like the end part of the film advance lever which feel cheap and not as solid as the rest of the camera.
Uses M42 screw mount.
You can find hole range of old nice lenses for this.
Operating + Sounds
One of the best light meters I have found on a camera from the 70s.
It's very responsive and accurate even in low light.
Also good size, well build quality.
Don't like the little plastic endpart on the film advance lever.
The mirror makes noticeable vibrations and I would like to have seen a mirror lock.
Light meter is very good and responsive
All mechanical shutter
Good view finder
Mirror vibrations and no mirror lock
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