January 21, 2010

While waiting for PhotoWorld, I got two film SLR cameras today :P
(with their darn bulky leather cases :D)
One in M42 mount :
(image borrowed from www.butkus.org, check it out for free manuals!)
Yashica J-5 w/ a Auto Yashinon 5.5cm f/1.8
(really very limited info in the Net but the lens looks very promising)


one in my favorite SR mount:(image borrowed from www.rokkorfiles.com, 1 of my fave Rokkor sites)
My first SRT101 w/ an MC Rokkor-PF 58mm f/1.4
and more from rokkorfiles about this camera:

The major specifications of this really very interesting camera as follows:

* Single lens reflex camera with through-the-lens CLC (Contrast Light Compensator) meter coupled to shutter and film speed.
* Meter sensitivity EV 3 to EV 17 at ASA 100.
* Film speeds supported ASA 6-6400
* Fully mechanical cloth focal plane shutter with speeds from 1-1/1000 sec plus B
* Shutter speeds 1-1/60 sec with electronic flash
* Oversized quick return mirror for no image cut-off even with supertelephoto lenses
* Mirror lock-up
* Exposure control needle and selected shutter speed visible in viewfinder
* Flash synchronisation (X and FP)
* Fine microprism focusing with Fresnel lens
* Automatic reset film counter
* Accessory shoe (cold)
* Self timer
* Depth of field preview button

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