REVIEW: Pentax P30T
Posted by Bengt Köhler Sandberg 2013-11-21
Made between 1990 to 1997.
Lens mount: PK
Shutter: 1/1000s to 1s + B (bulb)
Light meter: Through the lens, center weighted (ISO 25 - 1600) (DX coded film only)
Battery: Two 1.5v SR44 or one 3v equivalent.
Flash: Flash hot shoe (sync 1/100 sec)
Depth of field lever
Lock exposure button in auto
Takes standard 135 film
24×36 mm negative size.
A very good one with great size and brighness.
Left side has exposure meter info.
LED lights up 1/1000 to 1s and it blinks if it's over or under.
Split screen and Microprism
Vertical metal blade.
The body it self are mostly metal and well built but the exterior is next to all plastic.
So dropping the camera will most likely end up with a cracked exterior but a good chance it will still be functional.
Look and feel:
Looks okay and the overall of the cameras are still quite solid but feels cheap.
A very usable cameras which can be a great one for those that wants something that are reliable but still cheap.
So these give quite a lot value for the money but lack some of the nice feel.
And it's also quite the light one which always nice.
Good and fast light meter
Only takes DX coded film
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