This 6x7 comes with a SMC Pentax 67 55mm f/4 Lens, an Auto Extension Tube and a Pentax 6x7 TTL Prism Finder! Holding this camera is just incredible, the build is amazing.
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- Asahi Pentax 6x7 SN: 4110185
- SMC Pentax 67 55mm f/4 Lens SN: 8620583
- Pentax 55mm Lens original box
- Pentax 6x7 TTL Prism Finder SN: 559131
- Pentax Auto Extension Tube and original box
- Wooden Grip
- Pentax Lens Case
This camera's electronically-controlled shutter will not operate without a battery. Don't forget to add one (or two!) A544 batteries to your cart.
CLA'd August 2022.
The Pentax 6x7 (known as Pentax 67 after 1990) is an SLR medium format system which produces images on the film that are nominally 6 cm by 7 cm in size (56mm by 70mm in the film gate). It originally debuted in 1965 as a prototype dubbed the Pentax 220. Since then and with improvements, it was released in 1969 as the Asahi Pentas 6×7, as well as the Honeywell Pentax 6×7 for the North American import market. In 1990, it received a number of minor engineering updates and cosmetic changes and was renamed the Pentax 67.
The camera resembles a traditional 35 mm SLR camera with an interchangeable viewfinder and lens, but is considerably bigger and heavier, weighing 2.3 kilograms (5.1 lb) with the plain prism and standard (105 mm f/2.4) lens.
The following models have been issued:
Asahi Pentax 6×7 – the original model, launched in 1969 (first generation)
Asahi Pentax 6×7 (MLU) – with a mirror lock-up mechanism, launched in 1976 (second generation)
See the two videos below of a camera from this family in action:
In the video below, Dan Rubin shoots with the Pentax 67, amongst other cameras.