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06-13-2009, 07:36 PM   #1
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Pentax 67

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67
Year introduced
1989
Mount
Pentax 6x7 dual bayonet
Meter range
2.5 - 19 EV (TTL pentaprism viewfinder)
Meter pattern
Average
ISO range
12 - 3200
Film type
120 and 220 roll film
No. of exposures
120 film: 10, 220 film: 21
Data imprint on film
No
Exposure modes
M, B, X, T
Exposure compensation
Not applicable
Exposure memory lock
Not applicable
Shutter speeds (auto)
Not applicable
Shutter speeds (manual)
1 - 1/1000s
Shutter speeds (mechanical)
None
Half step speeds in M and Tv
No
Self timer
No
Mirror lock-up
Yes
Auto bracketing
Not applicable
Multiple exposures
No
Winder
No
Built-in flash
No
TTL flash
No
P-TTL flash
No
Sync speed
1/30s
Flash exposure comp
Not applicable
Autofocus
No
Autofocus sensitivity
Not applicable
Viewfinder
Exchangeable. Pentaprism 90% coverage, waist level 100% coverage
Viewfinder type
Pentaprism, TTL pentaprism with light meter, folding waist level, rigid waist level magnifying hood
Diopter correction
No
Exchangeable screen
Yes (at service center)
Depth of field preview
Yes (on lens)
Image size
55 x 70 mm
Battery
6V alkaline or silver oxide battery
External battery pack
Yes, for use in cold temperatures
Size (W x H x D)
177 x 150 x 91 mm (with TTL prism, without lens)
Weight
1290 g, 1810 g with TTL pentaprisom
Comment
Accepts leaf shutter lens for flash synchronization to 1/500s.
The TTL pentaprism with lightmeter couples to the shutter speed and aperture and provides for manual 'match needle' exposure setting


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Last edited by Ole; 05-05-2010 at 07:09 PM.
09-26-2009, 12:44 PM   #2
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Changes from 6x7 to 67

Actually the Pentax 67 camera was little changed from its predecessor, the Asahi Pentax 6x7 MLU. Of course the 67 finder has the Pentax logo instead of Asahi Pentax. The body also shows this change by just showing 67. Internally, it is rumored that the film winder mechanism was beefed up. One difference I've noticed between the two types is that some of the newer 67 bodies have problems metering the outer bay lenses. Also, some 67s will not meter with the extension tube set or Helicoid tube, even when the lens is set to manual. The first version, Honeywell (and non lock up Asahi), did much better in both these areas. The Pentax 67 body also went to a two tone shutter button vice the all chrome ones before.

Last edited by desertscape; 03-28-2010 at 10:47 AM.
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