This Pentax 67 is in great condition! The paint is perfectly intact and the shine makes it look brand new. The gears and switches are very clicky and sturdy. Works like new!
- Pentax 67 SN: 4166223
- Eyelevel Prism Finder SN: N/A
The Pentax 67 is loved by many, and most film shooters these days know this legendary camera on sight. But if you’re new or have simply missed the crest of the 67 popularity wave, these few brief paragraphs will bring you to speed.
The Pentax 67 (and subsequent models in the 67 family) is a single-lens reflex medium format film camera first introduced in 1969 and produced in various iterations until it was discontinued in 2009. The Pentax 67, like many smaller professional-spec SLRs for 35mm film, is a system camera that features a body to which lenses, prisms, and accessories can be interchanged by the user. The typical Pentax 67 kit features a standard lens (around 105mm), a viewing prism (eye level, waist level, or with a metering head, typically), and a big-honkin’ wooden handle which can be removed or placed on either side of the body.
The camera uses 120 film and exposes images on a 6 x 7 centimeter area (hence the name). The camera was able to use 220 film as well, though this feature is now moot as 220 film is no longer manufactured.