Pentax K1000 & 50mm 1.7
Pentax K1000 - Analog Reflex Camera 24*36
Film format: 35mm
Years of production: From 1976 to 1992
Light meter: Yes
Energy: 1 Varta LR44
Lens: SMC Pentax-M 50mm 1:1.7
We check and restore our analog cameras in our workshops in Lyon since 2012.
This model is a nice Pentax K1000. The very first Pentax model to have the K mount. Entirely manual with light meter
This camera has B mode for long time poses, speeds from 1s to 1/1000s, flash synchronisation at 1/60s.
This camera has been fully checked and is ready to work. Everything is working: shutter, shutter speeds, mirror, light meter,... Please note: The plastic piece around the winding lever is missing (which doesn't impact the use, just a little less comfortable). There is a little scratch on the mirror.
It is sold with one new battery.
This model is sold with its lens:
SMC Pentax-M 50mm 1:1.7. No scratches or fungus. Light dust. Little shock on the metal porta filter.
All our cameras are antiques and may wear signs of use. The pictures will give you a better glimpse of the condition.
- Film Format
- 35mm / 135
The Kodak Ultramax 400 is a classic film with a really good Price/Quality ratio in the high speed films.
This film is suited for almost all kind of situations: it can be used outside or inside.
This film is the direct competitor of the Fuji X-Tra 400 with nearly the same quality but with warmer tones.
Please note this pack holds 3 rolls of 36 images for 35mm cameras.
The Fuji Superia X-Tra 400 is a classic film with a really good Price/Quality ratio for a high speed film.
This film is suited for almost all kind of situations: it can be used outside or inside depending on the lightning with always the special Fuji colors.
It's often compared with the Kodak Ultramax 400, but the Fuji will tend to go to coldest tones.