This Pentax 67 with pentaprism finder comes with a 75mm f/4.5 lens, 135mm f/4 macro lens, wooden grip, and strap. The Pentax 67 is our favorite 6x7 medium format camera that was made - just our opinion.
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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.
SMC Pentax 67 75mm f/4.5 Lens SN: 8682795
- SMC Pentax 67 135mm f/4 Macro Lens SN: 8693766
- Case for 135mm lens
- Pentax strap
- Pentax 67 w/ pentaprism finder SN: 4169715
- Wooden Grip
The Pentax 67 is an SLR for medium format film, which produces images that are nominally 6 cm by 7 cm in size (56mm by 70mm in the film gate).
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.
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.
See the two videos below of this camera in action:
In the video below, Dan Rubin shoots with the Pentax 67, amongst other cameras.
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