The Honeywell Pentax H3v is a 35mm SLR from 1962. It is a manual, mechanical camera. This camera does not have a built-in light meter; you will need to use a handheld meter.
This camera was the first to have fully automatic aperture operation together with the Super-Takumar lenses. The other innovation on this model was the addition of a self-timer (V). It is situated under the rewind knob with an integral film reminder dial. A curved arrow and a chrome release button on the top plate next to it complement the function. A yellow engraved V on the dial indicates when the picture will be taken as seen from the camera front. Thus the name SV or H3v (USA). A new automatic resetting frame counter is placed under a cover on top of the wind-lever hub.
Honeywell Pentax H3v SN: 1609491
Auto-Mamiya/Sekor 50mm 2 SN: 89739
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