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OPERATING
MANUAI.
Welcometo the world of PentaxMedium ,",.,,,
FormatPhotography. The 67's pictureformat
givesan imageareafour times largerthanthat w
of the 35mm SLRcamera,assuringthe
photographer of finegrained,superiorq uality 'i
imagedefinitionon enlargements. ; ,,,ii
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Carefulreadingof this operatingmanualwill :
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graphiccapacities this equipmenthasto offer. iil3l

Pleasebe on the lookout for the special


directionswith a" . " mark in the colored ,i.i-i"'
column. ' ',,.,

The namesof the camera'sworking partsare


listedin the nomenclaturesectioninsidethe
front and backflaps.Pleasekeepthe flaps .,
unfoldedfor quick referencewhile you read

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Shutterbutton (option)
Pentaprism

S h u t t e rl o c kl e v e r S h u t t e rs p e e di n d e x/
B a t t e r yc h e c kl a m p
E x p o s u r ceo u n t e rd i a l
Shutted
r ial
E x p o s u r ce o u n t e r
L o c kp i n
E x p o s u r ceo u n t e rc o n t r o d
l ial
F l a s ht e r m i n a l s
Safetydevice releasebutton
A c c e s s o r ay l i g n m e npt i n
M i r r o rl o c ku p l e v e r

D e p t h o f f i e l d P r e v i e wl e v e r

D i s t a n c es c a l e

F i l t e ra l i g n m e n ti n d e x
S t r a pl u g
Lensreleaselever

Mirror
L e n s( o p t i o n )
L e n sa l i g n m e nitn d e x
A p e r t u r es c a l e
A p e r t u r er i n g
M o un t
ring
Focusing
F i n d e re y e p i e c e

Windlever
S h u t t e rc u r t a i n
r- ' -" Emptyspool
B a t t e r yc h e c k b u t t o n plate
Pressure

F i l ms p o o lr e t a i n e r
cover

spoolretainer
Accessoryguidehole
-'.-Counteroller
Tripodsocket

Batterycase

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SPECIFICATIONS
r€
fr Type: Mirror:
v\ 6x7 format Single-Lens-Reflex camera Swing-up-and-back instantreturnmirror,
cl Film: with lock-updevice
b 120type rollfilm (10expos-ures) F i l mW i n d i n g :
p 220type rollfilm(20exposures) With rapidwind lever(180oangle)
r€ PictureSize: ExposureGounter:
ci 5 5 m mx 7 0 m m Automaticresetexposurecounter
ci Lens Mount: FlashSynchronization:
al Pentax67 doublebayonetmount system F Pa n dX t e r m i n a l s
r€ (lnnerbayonetand Outerbayonet) Electronicflashat 1/30 - 1 sec.,B
ul Shutter: Power Source:
fz Electronically controlledfocalplaneshutter 6V Alkalineor Silver-oxidebattery
S(
Viewfinder: (4LR44IA544, 45 R44| 5 44tPX28)
q1 Fourtypes inteichangea ble viewfinders Size and Weight:
St
(Option)Fieldof view: Body - 1000/o, Eye- B o d yo n l y- 1 7 7 ( Wxl 1 0 1 ( Hx) 9 1 ( D ) m m
leveltype (TTL Pentaprism,Pentaprism) - (7.0' x 4.0" x 3.6'l 1.29kg (2.8lb)
Approx. 90o/o, Magnification- 1.0X, With TTL Pentaprism * 177(W)x 150(H)x
Diopter--1D 9 1 ( D ) m m( 7 . 0 ' x 5 . 9 " x 3 . 6 ' l 1 . 8 1k g ( a . 0l b )
FocusingScreen: Accessories:
TI M icroprismtype (lnterchangeable)
P Bodymount cap,Findercap,Strap,Spool,
U Shutter cockingkey and battery
ar
c( SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECTTO CHANGEAT ANY TIME WITHOUT NOTIFICATION
O R A N Y O B L I G A T I O NO N T H E P A R TO F T H E M A N U F A C T U R E R .

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Notesto Users
Commercially availablelensesand accessories
producedby other manufacturers are'not
madeto our precisespecifications and there-
fore,may causedifficultieswith - or actual
damageto - your Pentaxcamera.We do not
assumeany responsibility or liabilityfor
difficultiesresultingfrom the useof lensesand
accessories made by other manufacturers with
Pentaxcamerasand photographic products.

Photographs of the
and/orillustrations
productsin this operatingmanualmay differ
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TABIEOF"EONTENT

Nomenclature ...............F1aps
PREPARATIONS APPLICATIONS
F
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Attaching shoulder strap B ( B u l ba) n d T i m ep h o t o g r a p h y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
lnsertingbattery.... ..........35 - Mirror-lock-up lever....... .....31
F lnterchangeable finders 6 -7 F l a s hp h o t o g r a p h y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .-. 3323
M o u n t i n g1 e n s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .-. 8I Depthof field ......34
Shutterreleasewithoutfilm ........ 10- 11 Infraredindex ......35
LOADINGFILM ACCESSORTES ..........36 - 41
Settingfilm type .12012201' OPERATIONAL PRECAUTIONS .....42
L o a d i n gf i l m . . . . . . . . . -
. . . . . . . . 1 51 9 MATNTENANCE ................43
U n l o a d i n fgi l m . . . . 2 0 TROUBLE.SHOOTING ........
BASICOPERATION I N T E R C H A N G E A B L E N S E S. . . . . . . . . . 4 6 - 4 7
Shutterdial/button.............. ........22 .--23 WARRANTYPOLICY ................48 - 49
Settingaperture SPECIFICATIONS .......rr,....... ..............S1
H o l d i n gc a m e r a ...................25
Diopteradjustmentand focusing. ............26 - 27
Exposure ..............28
ATTACHING SHOULDERSTRAP
2

PREPARATION

T h e s h o u l d e rs t r a p c a n b e a t t a c h e d t o a n y p a l r 1 . O p e n t h e c l a s p b y i n s e r t i n ga c o i n o r t h e
o f t h e f o u r s t r a p l u g s o n t h e 6 7 c a m e r a body. S h u t t e r c o c k i n g k e y i n t h e d i r e c t i o no f t h e
a rrow.
2. Put the clasponto the strap lug and press
the lock.
3. Adjust the lengthof the strap by changing
t h e p o s i t i o no f t h e s t r a p c l a s p .

. After fitting the strap and adjusting the


l e n g t h ,p u l l t h e s t r a p h a r d t o s e e i f t h e
strap has securelyattached to the
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INSERTING
BATTERY

U s e o n e o f t h e b a t t e r yt y p e s m e n t i o n e d b e l o w ; 1 . L i f t u p t h e c r a n ko n t h e b o t t o m o f t h e
6 V A l k a l i n eb a t t e r y ( 4 L R 4 4 , A 5 4 4 1 c a m e r a a n d t u r n i t c o u n t e r c l o c k w i s ea, n d
6 V S i l v e r - o x i d eb a t t e r y( 4 S R 4 4 , 5 4 4 , P X 2 B ) take out the battery case.
2. Put a new battery into the batterycaseand
r e i n s e r tt h e b a t t e r y c a s e m a k i n g s u r e t h a t
t h e ( + ) a n d ( - ) m a r k so n t h e b a t t e r y c o r -
o l f t h e s h u t t e r i s o p e r a t e dw i t h o u t a b a t - r e s p o n dw i t h t h e ( + ) a n d ( - ) m a r k s i n s i d e
t e r y o r t h e b a t t e r y i s i n s t a l l e di n c o r r e c t l y , the battery chamber.
t h e s a f e t y d e v i c e w i l l b e a c t i v a t e da n d 3 . T o s e c u r et h e b a t t e r y c a s e ,t u r n t h e c r a n k i n
t h e r n i r r o rw i l l s t o p p a r t w a y u p . t h e d i r e c t i o no f t h e a r r o w u n t i l t h e r e d d o t s
o I n s e r ta n e w b a t t e r y w h e n t h e m i r r o r i s i n a l i gn .
t h e n o r m a l p o s i t i o n ,n o t w h e n i t i s p a r t -
w a y u p , a s i t w i l l s h o r t e nt h e b a t t e r y l i f e .
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P r e s st h e b a t t e r y c h e c k b u t t o n a t t h e b a c k o f P r e s st h e s a f e t y d e v i c e r e l e a s eb u t t o n w i t h a
t h e c a m e r a .l f t h e b a t t e r y c h e c k l a m p d o e s n o t p o i n t e d o b j e c t , a n d p r e s st h e s h u t t e r b u t t o n
l i g h t ,t h e b a t t e r y p o w e r i s i n s u f f i c i e n t I. n s u c h f o r o n e b l a n ke x p o s u r e T . h e m i r r o rw i l l t h e n
a c a s e ,r e p l a c et h e b a t t e r y i m m e d i a t e l y . r e t u r n t o i t s o r i g i n a ld o w n p o s l t l o n .

o When the battery power becomes insuffi-


c i e n t ,t h e m i r r o r w i l l s t o p p a r t w a y u p b l o c k -
ing the viewfinder.
o lt will shorten the battery life if the battery
c h e c k b u t t o n t s p r e s s e dt o o f r e q u e n t l y .
o The shutter may work for a while even if the
b a t t e r y l a m p d o e s n o t l i g h t . H o w e v e r ,t h e
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o Use the Alkaline battery (4LR44, A544\ or o A t t e m p e r a t u r eb e l o w 0 o C ( 3 2 "F ) ,b a t t e r y
t h e S i l v e r - O x i d eb a t t e r y ( 4 S R 4 4 , 5 4 4 ,P X 2 B ) p e r f o r m a n c em a y t e m p o r a r i l y d e c r e a s e .O n e
a l i g n i n gt h e p o l a r i t i e sc o r r e c t l y . way to avoid this is to use th e 67 remote
o Always keep batteriesout of the reach of b a t t e r y c o r d ( o p t i o n a l )f o r k e e p i n gt h e
children. batterywarm under your clothing.
o The misuse of batteries may cause h azards o Keepa sparebatteryon hand for con-
s u c h a s l e a k a g eo , v e r h e a t i n g ,e x p l o s i o n s , v e n i e n c ew h e n s h o o t i n g o u t d o o r s o r
etc. traveling.
o T o p r e v e n te x p l o s i o n : o Make sureto removethe batterywhen the
never try to break a part, camerais not in use for an extended period
never rechargethe battery, of tiffie, as the battery may deteriorate and
n e v e rt h r o w i n t o f i r e , c a u s ed a m a g e t o t h e c o n t a c t p o i n t s .
n e v e r e x p o s e t o e x c e s s i v eh e a t .
o T h e A l k a l i n eb a t t e r y s h o u l d l a s t a b o u t 6
m o n t h s ,w h i l e t h e S i l v e r - O x i d eb a t t e r y
a b o u t o n e y e a r w i t h a v e r a g eu s e a t n o r m a l
t e m p e r a t u r e .H o w e v e r ,w h e n t h e T T L p e n -
t a p r i s m i s u s e d ,t h e b a t t e r y w i l l l a s t l e s sa s i t
a l s o a c t i v a t e st h e T T L m e t e r .
INTERCHANGEABLEFINDERS

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Therearefour types of interchangeable


finders
(Optional)
for the 67 cameraas mentioned Graspthe finderon the top from both sides
below; a n d f i t i t i n t o t h e f i n d e r m o u n t u n t i l i t l o c k si n
p l a c ew i t h a c l i c k h e a r df r o m b o t h s i d e o f t h e
E y e l e v e lv i e w f i n d e r : f i n d e rm o u n t .
O TTL Pentaprism O n c e a t t a c h e d ,j i g g l e i t b a c k a n d f o r t h t o c o n -
O Pentaprism f i r m t h a t i t i s s e c u r e l yl o c k e d .
W a i s t - l e v e vl i e w f i n d e r :
€ ) R i g i d M a g n i f y i n gH o o d
@ F o l d i n gF o c u s i n gH o o d

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P r e s st h e l o c k p i n s o n b o t h s i d e s o f t h e f i n d e i ' W i t h t h e T T L p e n t a p r i s mo r P e n t a p r i s m ,
a nd lift it straight u p. a p p r o x i m a t e l y9 0 % o f t h e t o t a l a r e a i s v i s i b l e .
W i t h t h e R i g i d M a g n i f y i n gh o o d o r F o l d i n g
f o c u s i n gh o o d , 1 0 0% o f t h e i m a g e a r e a i s
v i s i b l e ,b u t t h e i m a g e i s l a t e r a l l yr e v e r s e d .
o I n a b r i g h t e n v i r o n m e n t ,f i l m m a y b e
a c c i d e n t a l l ye x p o s e d i f t h e f i n d e r i s
d e t a c h e dw h i l e t h e s h u t t e r i s o p e n f o r
an extendedperiod.
o To prevent an accidentalexposure,
protect the finder eyepiece from strong
l i g h t s u c h a s d i r e c ts u n l i g h t .
MOUNTINGLENS
I

T h e 6 7 c a m e r a ' sl e n s m o u n t h a s t w o t y p e s o f 1 . D e t a c ht h e m o u n t c a p s o n b o t h t h e c a m e r a
b a y o n e t ,i n n e r b a y o n e t a n d o u t e r b a y o n e t . and lensby turningcounterclockwise.
E x c e p tS M C P 6 7 S h i f t 7 5 m m f 1 4 . 5a n d S M C P
6 7 S o ft 1 2 0 m m f / 3 . 5 ,t h e i n n e r b a y o n e t l e n s e s
a r e e q u i p p e dw i t h a u t o m a t i cd i a p h r a g m .

F o r t h e o u t e r b a y o n e t l e n s e s ,p l e a s e
r e f e r t o t h e o p e r a t i n g m a n u a l ,6 7
www.butkus.usI N T E R CH A N GE A BL E L E N S E S .
2 . A l i g n t h e r e d i n d e x e so n t h e c a m e r aa n d 3 . T o d e t a c h t h e l e n s ,t u r n t h e l e n s c o u n t e r -
l e n s ,a n d t u r n t h e l e n s c l o c k w i s e .T h e l e n s c l o c k w i s ew h i l e p r e s s i n gt h e l e n s r e l e a s e
w i l l b e l o c k e di n p l a c ew i t h a c l i c k . lever.

o W h e n a n a u t o m a t i cd i a p h r a g ml e n s h a s
been attached on the camera before
m o u n t i n g t h e T T L p e n t a p r i s m ,r e m o v e
the lensand remount it. This is for set- _---l

t i n g t h e c o u p l i n gp i n o f t h e T T L p e n t a - o Whenthe lensis dismounted, attachthe i


p r i s m w i t h t h e c a m e r a ' sd i a p h r a g m capsonto the lensand camerato preventl
c o u p l i n gs l i d e . dirt from gettingin the mechanism.
WITHOUTFILM
RELEASE
SHUTTER

T h e s h u t t e r m e c h a n i s mo f t h e 6 7 c a m e r ai s
d e s i g n e dt o b e d i s e n g a g e dw h e n a f i l m i s n o t 1 . O p e n t h e c a m e r a b a c k b y s l i d i n gt h e r e l e a s e
l o a d e d .S h o u l d y o u n e e d t o r e l e a s et h e s h u t t e r ta b.
w i t h o u t l o a d i n gf i l m , f o l l o w e i t h e ro n e o f t h e 2 . T u r n t h e e x p o s u r ec o u n t e r d i a l c o u n t e r -
f o l l o w i n gm e t h o d s . c l o c k w i s eu n t i lt h e c o u n t e ri n d i c a t e s" 1 " o r
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f i n g e r o n t h e e x p o s u r ec o u n t e rd i a l .T u r nt h e 1 . C o c k t h e s h u t t e r a s d e s c r i b e di n t h e p r o c e -
w i n d l e v e ru n t i l t h e s h u t t e r i s c o c k e d . dureAl.
2 . O p e n t h e c a m e r a b a c k a n d i n s e r tt h e s h u t t e r
cockingkey into the slot below the wind
l e v e ra s i l l u s t r a t e d T
. hen,the shutter can be
r e l e a s e dw i t h o u t c l o s i n gt h e c a m e r a b a c k .

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o To prevent damage to the inside I
m e c h a n i s m ,n e v e r t o u c h t h e s h u t t e r i
c u r t a i no r c o u n t e r r o l l e r . i

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LOADINGFILM
be-
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SETTINGFILMTYPE

The 67 cameraaccommodates two typesof


f i l m : 1 2 0t y p e ( 1 0e x p o s u r e sa)n d2 2 0t y p e ( 2 0 T h e p l a t e p o s i t i o nc a n b e c o n f i r m e d t h r o u g h
exposures). the 1201220film indicator on the camera back.
W h e n e v ecr h a n g i n gf i l m t y p e s ,t h e f o l l o w i n g A s s h o w n i n t h e p h o t o , p r e s sa n d s h i f t t h e
two adjustments must be made. p r e s s u r ep l a t e a c c o r d i n gt o t h e f i l m t y p e y o u
areusrng.

o T h e t h i c k n e s so f t h e f i l m d i f f e r s b e t w e e n
the 120 type and 220 type (120type:
With back papel 220 type: Without back
p a p e r ) .F i l m d r a g a n d i m p r e c i s ef o c u s i n g
will occur; if the pressure plate is not set
correctly.

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120 type 22Otype

W i t h a c o i n o r t h e s h u t t e r c o c k i n g k e y ,s e t t h e
e x p o s u r eC o u n t e rc o n t r o l d i a l t o c o r r e s p o n d
w i t h t h e t y p e o f f i l m y o u a r e u s i n g .T h e n u m -
b e r o f e x p o s u r ew i l l b e s e t b y t h i s d i a l ( 1 2 0
t y p e : 1 0 e x p o s u r e s ,2 2 0 t y p e . 2 0 e x p o s u r e s ) .

o S h o u l dy o u h a v e t h e d i a l s e t i n t h e Whenthe 120type 6-exposure film is


wrong position, it can be corrected as used (5 exposurescan be made bYthe
g t h 67\,please make5 blankexposures after
long as y o u
frameof the film.
have not g o n e p a s t t h
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LOADING FILM (Avoiddirectsunlightwhen loadingor unloadingfilm')
2

T o a v o i d f i l m j a m s , l o a d t h e f i l m c o r r e c t l ya c - 2 . U n f o l d t h e c r a n ko f t h e f i l m s p o o l r e t a i n e r
c o r d i n gt o t h e p r o c e d u r em e n t i o n e d h e r e a f t e r . k n o b ,t u r n t h e k n o b c o u n t e r c l o c k w i s ea n d
1 . O p e n t h e b a c k c o v e r b y s l i d i n gt h e r e l e a s e p u l l d o w n . E n g a g i n gt h e h o l e o f t h e s p o o l t o
ta b. t h e u p p e r f i l m r e t a i n e r p, u t a n e m p t y s p o o l
into the film chamberbelow the wind lever.
T h e n , p u s h i n t h e r e t a i n e rk n o b a n d t u r n i t
c l o c k w i s et o l o c k i n P l a c e .

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Tape

3 . R e m o v et h e t a p e c o m p l e t e l y f r o m a n e w 5. T u r n t h e w i n d l e v e ru n l i l t h e s l o t o f t h e
film to be put in the camera. e m p t y s p o o l f a c e s u p w a r d .T h e n , p u l l o u t
4 . P l a c et h e n e w f i l m i n t h e f i l m c h a m b e r t h e f i l m ' s l e a de r a n d t h r e a d i t i n t o t h e s l o t .
b e l o w t h e s h u t t e rd i a l i n t h e s a m e m a n n e r
as the empty spool.

o To prevent damage, never touch the


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SETTINGFILMTYPE

The 67 cameraaccommodates two types of


f i l m : 1 2 0t y p e ( 1 0e x p o s u r e sa)n d2 2 0t y p e ( 2 0 T h e p l a t e p o s i t i o nc a n b e c o n f i r m e d t h r o u g h
exposures). the 1201220falmindicator on the camera back.
W h e n e v ecr h a n g i n gf i l m t y p e s ,t h e f o l l o w i n g A s s h o w n i n t h e p h o t o , p r e s sa n d s h i f t t h e
t w o a d j u s t m e n tm s u s tb e m a d e . p r e s s u r ep l a t e a c c o r d i n gt o t h e f i l m t y p e y o u
a r eu s r n g .

o The thickness of the film differs between


the 120 type and 220 type (120 type:
With back papeL220 type: Without back
p a p e r ) .F i l m d r a g a n d i m p r e c i s ef o c u s i n g
will occur; if the pressure plate is not set
correctly.

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120 type 22Otype

W i t h a c o i n o r t h e s h u t t e r c o c k i n g k e y ,s e t t h e
e x p o s u r ec o u n t e r c o n t r o l d i a l t o c o r r e s p o n d
w i t h t h e t y p e o f f i l m y o u a r e u s i n g .T h e n u m -
b e r o f e x p o s u r ew i l l b e s e t b y t h i s d i a l ( 1 2 0
t y p e : 1 0 e x p o s u r e s 2, 2 0 t y p e . 2 0 e x p o s u r e s ) .

o S h o u l dy o u h a v e t h e d i a l s e t i n t h e When th e 120 type 6-exposurefilm is


wrong position, it can be corrected as u s e d ( 5 e x p o s u r e sc a n b e m a d e b y t h e
long as you havenot gone past the gth 67l;,please make 5 blank exposures after
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LOADING FILM (Avoiddirectsunlightwhen loadingor unloadingfilm.)
2

T o a v o i d f i l m j a m s , l o a d t h e f i l m c o r r e c t l ya c - 2 . U n f o l d t h e c r a n ko f t h e f i l m s p o o l r e t a i n e r
c o r d i n g t o t h e p r o c e d u r em e n t i o n e d h e r e a f t e r . k n o b ,t u r n t h e k n o b c o u n t e r c l o c k w i s ea n d
1 . O p e n t h e b a c k c o v e r b y s l i d i n gt h e r e l e a s e p u l l d o w n . E n g a g i n gt h e h o l e o f t h e s p o o l t o
ta b. t h e u p p e r f i l m r e t a i n e r p, u t a n e m p t y s p o o l
into the film chamberbelow the wind lever.
T h e n , p u s h i n t h e r e t a i n e rk n o b a n d t u r n i t
c l o c k w i s et o l o c k i n p l a c e .

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Tape

3 . R e m o v et h e t a p e c o m p l e t e l y f r o m a n e w 5. T u r n t h e w i n d l e v e ru n l i l t h e s l o t o f t h e
film to be put in the camera. empty spool facesupward.Then, pull out
4 . P l a c et h e n e w f i l m i n t h e f i l m c h a m b e r t h e f i l m ' s l e a d e ra n d t h r e a d i t i n t o t h e s l o t .
b e l o w t h e s h u t t e rd i a l i n t h e s a m e m a n n e r
asthe empty spool.

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o To prevent damage, never touch the -
fft

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lLt dvulLl llllllJolTl, lLrll [ll(t llllll
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shuttercurtain. I firmly and evenly. I

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6 . T u r nt h e w i n d l e v e ru n t i l t h e s o o o l h a s m a d e 7 . M a k e s u r e t h e l e a d e ri s e v e n l y r o l l e do n t o
, h i l e p r e s s i n gt h e f i l m l e a d -
o n e r e v o l u t i o nw t h e s p o o l . l f n o t , r e p e a t t h e p r o c e d u r e5 a n d
er as shown in the photo. 6 u n t i l t h e f i l m l e a d e ri s s e t c o r r e c t l y .

Spool

o N e v e rt u r n t h e s p o o l i n t h e o p p o s i t e
d i r e c t i o n .l t m a y d a m a g e t h e w i n d
mechanism. Slot
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B . P r e s so n t h e f i l m a s s h o w n i n t h e p h o t o 9 . K e e pt u r n i n g t h e l e v e ru n t i l t h e a r r o w m a r k
w h i l e t u r n i n g t h e w i n d l e v e rs o t h a t t h e ( F i l mm a r k )a l i g n sw i t h t h e i n d e x o f t h e
l e a d e ri s w o u n d t i g h t l y o n t o t h e s p o o l . B e film type you areusing.
s u r e n o t t o p r e s st h e s h u t t e r c u r t a i n .

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120 Type 22O Type

1 O . C l o steh e c a m e r ab a c k . K e e pt u r n i n g t h e
w i n d l e v e ru n t i l t h e c o u n t e r i n d i c a t e s" 1 " .
T h e s h u t t e r i s c o c k e d a n d t h e c a m e r ai s n o w
ready for the first exposure.

o Make sureto set the film mark correctly.


O t h e r w i s e ,t h e f i r s t f r a m e o r l a s t f r a m e
may be cut off.
. I n s o m e f i l f f i S ,a d o t t e d l i n e a p p e a r sb e -
fore the film mark. Make sure not to
b e m i s l e db y t h i s m a r k i n g .

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UNLOADINGFILM

Seal

A f t e r y o u h a v e e x p o s e dt h e p r o p e r n u m b e r o f
f r a m e s o f t h e t y p e o f f i l m y o u a r e u s i n g ,t h e
s h u t t e rw i l l b e d i s e n g a g e dt o a l l o w t u r n i n g o f
t h e w i n d l e v e rc o n t i n u o u s l y K . e e pt u r n i n gt h e
l e v e r u n t i l t h e r e i s l i t t l e r e s i s t a n c ea, n d o p e n o H a n d l et h e e x p o s e d f i l m c a r e f u l l y .
t h e c a m e r a b a c k .A f t e r p u l l i n g o u t t h e f i l m r e - S h o u l d t h e r o l l o f f i l m l o o s e n ,a c c i d e n t a l
t a i n e r k n o b , p r e s sd o w n o n t h e r i m a t t h e t o p e x p o s u r et o l i g h t m a y h a p p e n d a m a g i n g
o f t h e s p o o l .T a k eo u t t h e f i l m a n d s e a lt h e r o l l . your photographs.Also, do not tighten
t h e r o l lt o o m u c h a s t h i s m a y c a u s ea
d a m a g et o t h e f i l m .
o Do not force the wind lever when it
becomestaut. lt may damage the shutter
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BASICOPERATION
SHUTTERDIAL/BUTTON

T o p r e v e n tc a m e r a s h a k e ,p l e a s ep r e s s t h e W h e n t h e s h u t t e r l o c k l e v e r i s a l i g n e dt o t h e
s h u t t e rb u t t o n g e n t l y ,w h i l e h o l d i n gt h e r e d d o t , t h e s h u t t e r i s l o c k e d .T h i s i s h e l p f u lt o
c a m e r as e c u r e l y P . l e a s ep r a c t i c er e l e a s i n gt h e p r e v e n t a c c i d e n t a ls h o o t in g .
s h u t t e rt o c a p t u r et h e m o m e n t a s y o u d e s i r e
w i t h o u t c a u s i n gc a m e r as h a k e .

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;

T o s e t t h e d e s i r e ds h u t t e r s p e e d , r o t a t e t h e
s h u t t e rd i a l i n e i t h e rd i r e c t i o nu n t i lt h e s h u t t e r
s p e e d i n d i c a t e do n t h e d i a l m a t c h e st h e s h u t -
t e r s p e e d i n d e x ( B a t t e r yc h e c k l a m p ) .S p e e d s
f r o m 1 t o 1 / 10 0 0 ,X a n d B c a n b e s e t .
o lf you set the dial anywhere between the
d i a l ' si n d i c a t e ds e t t i n g s ,s u c h a s " 1 0 0 0 "
and "X", the shutter will remainopen
u n t i l o n e o f t h e i n d i c a t e ds p e e d s i s s e t .
o lf the camera is left for a extended period
o f t i m e a f t e r c o c k i n g t h e s h u t t e r it h e
shutter speedswill become inaccurate.

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THEAPERTURE
SETTING

F - Nu m b e r
T h e a p e r t u r ec a n b e s e t b y r o t a t i n g t h e a p e r - AIMOST A I It h c S M C P E N T A X / T A K U M A R6 7
t u r e r i n g u n t i lt h e d e s i r e dF - n u m b e ri s a l i g n e d l e n s e sw i t h i n n e r b a y o n e ta r e e q u i p p e d w i t h
w i t h t h e i n d e x [ C ] .A n i n t e r m e d i a t eF - n u m b e r t h e a u t o m a t i cd i a p h r a g m T . he diaphragm
c a n b e s e t a s w e l l .T h e v a l u e so f F - n u m b e ra n d s t a y sf u l l y o p e n u n t i l t h e m o m e n t t h e s h u t t e r
intermediate F - n u m b e ra r e b a s i c a l l ya s is released.
follows;
2 , 2 . 8 , 4 , 5 . 6 , B , 1 1, 1 6 , 2 2 , 3 2 , 4 5
2.4, 3.4, 4.8, 6.7, 9.5,13.5, 19, 26, 3g

. F o r l e n s d e t a i l s ,p l e a s er e f e rt o t h e
o p e r a t i n gm a n u a l ,6 7 I N T E R -
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HOLDINGCAMERA

W h e n s h o o t i n g ,h o l d t h e c a m e r a s e c u r e l yw i t h
b o t h h a n d s .K e e p t h e c a m e r a a s s t i l l a s p o s s i -
b l e ,a n d g e n t l y p r e s st h e s h u t t e r b u t t o n .
(lf pressed forcefully,the camera is likely to shake,
a n d t h e p i c t u r ew i l l b e b l u r r e d . )
Try to brace your elbow against your body, or
s u p p o r t y o u r s e l f a n d t h e c a m e r a a g a i n s ta s t a b l e
I s t a t i o n a r yo b j e c t s u c h a s a w a l l .

o When utilizinga slowershutterspeedor


a telephotolens,mountthe cameraonto
a sturdytripod and usea cablereleaseto
preventcamerashake.
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ADJUSTMENTAND FOCUSING
DIOP'IER

F o r a c c u r a t ef o c u s i n g ,p l e a s ec h e c k i f t h e T u r n t h e e y e p i e c ef r a m e c o u n t e r c l o c k w i s ea n d
f o c u s i n g s c r e e nc a n b e s e e n c l e a r l y .S h o u l d y o u r e m o v e i t . T u r n t h e i r r s i d er i n g a n d r e p l a c et h e
n e e d a d i o p t e r a d j u s t m e n t ,p l e a s e u s e a c o r - p l a i n g l a s s w i t h a c o r r e c t i o nl e n s .
r e c t i o nl e n s ( o p t i o n ) .
o T h e d i o p t e r o f t h e T T L P e n t a p r i s ma n d
P e n t a p r i s mi s - 1 D . l f y o u a r e n o t a b l e t o
read the letters of a news paper 1 m
away, you would better put a correction
l e n s i n t h e v i e w f i n d e r e y e p i e c e .- 1 D
s h o u l d n o r m a l l y b e s u f f i c i e n tf o r n e a r
s i g h t e d p e o p l e ,w h i l e t h e + 1 D s h o u l d b e
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sufficient for farsighted people.

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ln foc us Out of focus

T u r nt h e f o c u s i n g r i n g o f t h e l e n s u n t i l t h e
i m a g e s e e n t h r o u g h t h e c e n t r a lm i c r o p r i s m
pattern appears sharp.The matte area
s u r r o u n d i n gt h e c i r c u l a rm i c r o p r i s mc a n a l s o
b e u s e d w h e n f o c u s i n go n o b j e c t s n o t i n t h e
c e n t e ro r w h e n t h e l e n s h a s a m a x i m u m a p e r -
ture smaller than f/5.6.To focus on the matte
a r e a ,s i m p l y t u r n t h e f o c u s i n g r i n g u n t i l t h e
i m a g e a p p e a r st o b e i n f o c u s .

As for InterchangeableFocusing Screen,


please refer to page 36.

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EXPOSURE

Sincethe 67 camerahas no exposuremeter;a 1. Set the ISOratingof the film loadedby lift-
handheldexposuremeteror the TTL Penta- ing and rotatingthe finder'souterringof the
prismshouldbe usedto measurethe light.The shutterdial.
way to usethe TTL Pentaprismis as follows; 2. Turnthe switchto the ON position.
3. Adjustthe lensapertureringor shutterdial
untilthe needlein the meterwindow
matchesthe centerindex.The TTL
Pentaprismmeteringsystemis an overall
averagingmeteringtype.

For the details of the TTL Pentaprism,


pfeaserefer to the operating manual, 67
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APPLICATIONS

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B (BULB}AND TIME PHOTOGRAPHY

A t t h e B s e t t i n g o n t h e s h u t t e r d i a l ,t h e s h u t t e r Althoughthereis no settingfor longtime ex-


r e m a i n so p e n a s l o n g a s t h e s h u t t e r r e l e a s e posure,time exposureis possiblewhen the
b u t t o n i s h e l d d o w n . T h i s i s e s p e c i a l l yu s e f u l shutterdialis set anywherebetweenthe
for shooting such subjects as fireworks and clicks.
n i g h t s c e n e s .M o u n t t h e c a m e r a o n a s t u r d y T h e s h u t t e rr e m a i n so p e nu n t i lt h e s h u t t e rd i a l
t r i p o d a n d u s e a c a b l e r e l e a s et o p r e v e n t is set to one of the indicatedsetting.
c a m e r as h a k e .

o The batteryis beingexhaustedas long


as the shutteris open.A new 4SR44
Silver-Oxidebatterylastsabout5 hours
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when the shutter is keptopen constantly
underour testingconditions.
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MIRRORLOCKUP LEVER

A t s h u t t e r s p e e d s s l o w e r t h a n 1 / 6 0s e c . ,b l u r - A f t e r c o m p o s i n g a n d f o c u s i n g ,s l i d e t h e m i r r o r
nng may occur even when a tripod is used. lock up lever to lock the mirror in its upward
B l u r r i n gi s a l s o l i k e l yt o o c c u r w h e n u s i n g t h e p o s i t i o n .T h e m i r r o r w i l l r e t u r n a u t o m a t i c a l l y
A u t o B e l l o w s ,E x t e n s i o nt u b e o r l a r g el e n s e s after you releasethe shutter.
over 300mm.

o The batteryis beingexhaustedas longas


the mirroris held up.A new 4SR44Silver-
o The lensshutterof the 165f 14.0
LScannot Oxidebatterylastsabout 5 hourswhen
be usedwhen the mirrorlockup leveris the mirroris kept constantlyheld up
operated. underour testingconditions.

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FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY

To attachthe PentaxAF400Tflashunit,set up
Toconnectan electronicflashto the 67 the 67 body with the AF400T67 bracketand
camera,a synchrocordwith the JIS (PC)type connectthem usingthe 4P synchrocordC.
p l u gs h o u l db e i n s e r t e dt o t h e X t e r m i n a lS. e t Otnerclip-ontype electronic flashunit can be
the shutterdialat X (1/30sec)or any speed attachedto the 67 by eitherof the following
slowerthan 1/60sec.
it]li shoe srip + AF400T GTbracket+ ;,
synchrocord C
o 67 grip + 645 hot shoeadapterLS

. Bothshutterspeedand lensaperture
must be set manuallywhen usingany
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Press6
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1/125

11 38 46 MS

Flashbulb
With X terminal: W i t h F Pt e r m i n a l :
M c l a s sa n d M F c l a s sf l a s h b u l b c a n b e u s e d a t The FP classflash units presently on the mar-
shutter speeds 1/15 sec. or slower. FP class can ket do not synchronize with the 67. However
be used at 1/8 sec. or slower. the Press6 flash bulb can be used at the shutter
speeds of 11250sec. and 11125sec. if the black
and white film is used.

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@rern oFFIEL
E x a m p l e1: 0 5 m m F 2 . 4

F2.4
F5.6

Depthof field refersthe rangearoundthe opti- Characteristicof Depth of Field


mum focusingpointof the subjectin which the 1. With the samefocallengthof lensand the
elementsat differentdistancesare in focus. samecamerato subjectdistance, the depth
The in-focusrangecan be confirmedby the as the aperturebecomes
of fieldincreases
depthof fieldscaleon the lens.When usingan smaller.
automaticdiaphragmlens,in-focuszonecan 2. With the samefocallengthof lensandthe
be actuallyseenby settingthe depthof field same F-stop,the depth of field increasesas
previewleverto manual(MAN.). the camerato subjectdistancebecomes
greater.
3. With the samecamerato subjectdistance
and the sameF-stop,the depthof field in-
creasesas the focal lengthbecomesshorter.
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'k*;
INDEX
INFRARED
(1)

W h e n t a k i n g i n f r a r e dp h o t o g r a p h su s i n g i n - A s r e f e r e n c e di n t h e p h o t o s a b o v e ,( 1 ) r e a dt h e
f r a r e df i l m a n d e i t h e r t h e R 2 o r 0 2 f i l t e r ;i t w i l l c a m e r a t o s u b j e c t d i s t a n c eo n t h e f o c u s i n g
be necessaryto compensate for the difference ring after focusing through the viewfinder.
b e t w e e n t h e v i s i b l e l i g h t a n d i n f r a r e dl i g h t T h e n ( 2 ) t u r n t h e f o c u s i n gr i n g u n t i l t h e d i s t a n c e
focus. s e t t i n g a l i g n sw i t h t h e r e d i n f r a r e di n d e x .T h e
p i c t u r es h o w s a n e x a m p l e w h e r e t h e c a m e r a
to subjectis infinity(-).

. Forexposurecontrol,referto the film's


instructions.
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(1) (21
s flnterchangeable FocusinEScreen
Besidesthe standardmicroprismscreen,there
arefour types of focusingscreensas follows;
@ - ( 1) S p l i tl m a g e ,
(21Matte with CentralOpenSpot,
(3) Gridwith Micropnsm,
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(41Gridwith Matte
(3) (41 The replacement shouldbe performedat the
nearestPentaxservicefacility.
Focusing with splitimage:
The imageis in focuswhen the images
/T\ \
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aboveand belowthe splitlineup.
\ Focusingscreenswith grid:
The grid is usefulto checkthe horizontalor
verticallinesin an imageareparallel. The
horizontaland verticallinesarespacedat
9mm.
s 67 [Vlagnifier
Forprecisefocusing,this compactmagnifier
providestwo times enlargementof the central
area.Includesa built-indiopteradjuster.

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o CorrectlonLens
To adjustthe diopterof the TTL Pentaprismor
Pentaprism.TtVpes(from - 5D to +2D) of
correctionlensesareavailable.Pleasereferto
Page26.

o R i g h tA n g l e F i n d e r
Attachedto the eyepieceof eitherthe TTL
Pentaprism or Pentaprism, the findercan be
usedverticallyand horizontally. Includesa
built-ind iopteradjuster.

o Eyecup
Putthe eyepieceringof eitherthe TTL Pen-
taprismor Pentaprisminto the grooveof the
Eyecup,then screw it into the eyepieceframe.
It blocksdistractinglightand improvesthe visi-
bility.Not recommendedfor eyeglasswearers.

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o Accessoriesfor Close-up,Copy
67 SMC Close-upLenses
67 Auto ExtensionTube
67 HellicoidExtensionTube
67 Auto Bellows
67 SlideCopier
67 ReverseAdapter
LargeCopyingStandII
Fromeasyclose-upphotographywith the
Close-uplensesto macrophotographywith
the versatileAuto Bellows,therearea wide
rangeof accessories. Therearealsoaccesso-
riesfor duplicatingslideor copying pictures.

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0 ExposureMeters
SpotmeterV
DigitalSpotmeter
Designedfor use by professionalsin still pho-
tographyas well as thosein the motionpicture
andtelevisionindustries.The angleof light
reachingthe meteris only 1o.

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o 67 Grip
The grip providesrigidsupportof the 67
camera.With the accessoryshoe,a clip-on
type electronicflashunit can be mounted.
Pfeasereferto page 32.

c AF400T67 Bracket
This bracketenablesyou to attachthe AF400T
electronicflashunit to the 67.lt attachesto the
camerain the samemanneras the 67 grip.

o CableRelease30,50
30cm and 50cmtype areavailable. An auto-
lock ring is providedfor time exposures.

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o 67 Remote Battery Cord
Permitsyou to operatethe camerain cold

fiw weatherwhile keepingthe batteryin a warm


pocket.

o 67 Strap
Additionalsupportfor the camerawill be ob-
tainedby attachinga secondstrap.

o Gase
67 CarryingCase
67 Professional
TrunkCase II

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o Droppingor bangingthe cameraagainst . Neverattempt to touch the mirroLfocusing
stationaryobjectscan damagethe camera screen,shuttercurtain,etc.
in many ways. o Humidityand temperatureextremesshould
. Dirt,mud, sand,wateL noxiousgas and be avoided.Keepout of directsunlight,car
saltysea breeze/ spraycan causeserious trunks,glovecompartment,etc.
d a m a g et o t h e m e c h a n i s misn s i d et h e o Suddenchangesin temperatureoftencause
ca'mera. Removethem from the camerasur- condensation of moistureinsideor on the
facewith lens-cleaning fluid,lenscleaning outsideyour camera.This might causeex-
tissues,etc.and haveit checkedby a Pentax tremelydamagingrustingof the mechan-
servicefacility or an authorizedrepairshop ism.Keepthe camerain its caseor a bagto
irnmediately. minimizethe effectof a suddentempera-
o Yourcamerais not water-proof.lt must be ture change.
protectedfrom saltysea breeze/ sprayat o When mountingyour cameraon a tripod,
the beach,splashingliquidof anykind,and makesurethe tripodscrewis no longerthan
rain. 5.5mm(0.22in.)which is the depthof your
lf your cameragetswet, wipe it dry immedi- camera'stripod socket,or the cameramay
atelyand haveit examinedat a Pentaxserv- be damaged.
ice facility. o Vibrationfrom travelingin a car,aircraftor
o The temperatures at which this camera . ship can causescrewsto loosen.To
shouldfunctionproperlyareapprox.50o - minimizethis problem,linethe bottomof
- 1 o o c( 1 2 2 " - 1 4 " F 1 . your camerabagwith inch-thick(2.54cm)
foam rubberpadding.

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o Makesureto removethe batterywhen the o To removedust on the lensand viewfinder
camerais not in usefor a extendedperiodof eyepiece,use a blower,followedby the appli-
time,becausethe batterydeterioratesand cationof a lenscleaningbrush.Smudgessuch

r.may causedamageto the contactpointsof


the batterychamber.
To preventmildew on the camera,storage
shouldbe locatedin a cool,well-ventilated
area.
as fingerprintsshouldbe carefullywiped
with a cleansoft cloth with a few dropsof a
lenscleaningfluid available on the market.
Wipe the lenssurfacegentlyfrom the center
towardsthe edgesin a spiral.
o Gasesfrom insecticides suchas naphtha-
lenemay alsoharmthe camera.
o Neverwipe with solventssuchas thinneror
alcohol.
o Periodicalperformancechecksat leastonce
a yeararerecommended to maintainyour
camerain goodworkingcondition.lf you
havenot usedyour cameraover a long peri-
od of time,or when importantpicturesare
plannedon an assignment, a pre-check
and/ortrialshootingis suggested.
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The mirroris stoppedpartwayup. When the batterypower becomesinsufficient,the mirror
will stop partwayup. Resetthe mirrorby pressingthe
safetydevicereleasebutton,then replacethe battery.
Pleasereferto Page4.

TTL Pentaprism'sexposuremeter ls the power switch on?The TTL Pentaprism'spower


doesnot function.(Needledoes switchturnsoff automatically approximately30 seconds
not move.) afterit is turnedon. Therearesomeothercauses.Please
referto the operatingmanualfor the TTL Pentaprism.

The shuttercannotbe released The shuttermechanismof the 67 is designedto be disen-


without loadingfilm. gagedwhen a film is not loaded.Pleasereferto Page10.

Focusis not precisein the picture. Did you set the pressureplateaccordingto the film type?
Filmdragor imprecisefocusingwill occuriif the pressure
plateis set contraryto the film type you are using.

Filmis not wound smoothly. Did you set the pressureplatecorrectly?Sincethe thickness
differsbetweenthe 120type and220type,film dragwill oc-
cur when the pressureplateis set to 220 while usingthe 120
type film.
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Thefirst frame (orthe lastframe) Did you set the film mark properly?Otherwise,the
was cut off on the film. first (orthe last)frame is cut off.

Therearesome light fog on the exposuremay hap-


lf the film is wound loosely,accidental
film edges. pen when loadingor unloadingthe film. Pleasereferto Page
20.

Theshutteropensup and does Did you set the shutterdialat a clickproperly?The shutter
not closefor a longtime. will not closewhen the shutterdialis set anywherebetween
the clicks.Pleasereferto Page23.

In flashphotography,some part Did you set the shutterspeedat X (1/30sec.)or slower?


of a frame was not exposed. Pleasemakesureto connectthe synchrocordto the
X-terminal.Pleasereferto Page32.

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Back cover

Film spool retainer

Counterroller
Tripodsocket

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SPECIFICATIONS
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; 6x7 format Single-Lens-Reflex camera Swing-up-and-back instantreturnmirroL
^l Film: with lock-updevice
; 120type rollfilm(10exposures) Film Winding:
; 220type rollfilm (20 exposures) With rapidwind lever(180oangle)
i, PictureSize: ExposureCounter:
^, 5 5 m mx 7 0 m m Automaticresetexposurecounter
:: Lens Mount: FlashSynchronization:
;; Pentax67 doublebayonetmount system F Pa n dX t e r m i n a l s
rF (lnnerbayonetand Outerbayonet) Electronicflashat 1/30 - 1 sec.,B
; Shutter: PowerSource:
fe Electronically controlledfocalplaneshutter 6V Alkalineor Silver-oxidebattery
s( Viewfinder: (4LR44IA544, 45 R44I 544tPX28l
or Fourtypes inteichangeable viewfinders Sizeand Weight:
(Option)Fieldof view: Body- 100%,Eye- B o d yo n l y- 1 7 7 ( Wx\ 1 0 1 ( Hx) 9 1 ( D ) m m
", leveltype (TTLPentaprism, Pentaprism)- (7.0' x 4.0" x 3.6" | 1.29kg (2.8lb)
Approx.90o/o, Magnification- 1.0X, With TTL Pentaprism * 177(W)x 150(H)x
Diopter--1D 9 1 ( D ) m m( 7 . 0 "x 5 . 9 " x 3 . 6" l 1 . 8 1k g ( 4 . 0l b )
FocusingScreen: Accessories:
TI Microprismtype (lnterchangeable) Body mount cap,Findercap,Strap,Spool,
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Shutter cockingkey and battery
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