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Welcome to the Fantastic World of Pentax Icon indicators used in this manual Medium Format Photography Operation direction This medium format 672 camera gives an image area four times larger than that of the 35 mm SLR camera, assuring the photographer of fine-grained, superior quality image Automatic operation definition on enlargements. The Aperture-Priority AE Mode and the metering modes of Attention the Multi (6) Segment Metering, Center-Weighted Metering and Spot Metering Modes are avai
FOR SAFE USE OF YOUR CAMERA Although we have carefully designed this camera for safe operation, please be sure to follow precautions given on this WARNING page. ● Wrapping the strap around your neck is dangerous. Make sure that small children do not get the strap caught around their neck. WARNING ● Do not look directly at the sun through the camera, as This mark indicates precautions that, if not followed, could viewing the sun for an extended period may damage result in serious injury to
Precautions for Your Camera Your Pentax camera is high-precision mechanism. Handle it with great care. Precautions when taking pictures Precautions for storage ● Do not use the camera where it may come in contact ● Avoid leaving the camera for extended periods in with rain, water, or any other liquid, because the places where the humidity and temperature are very camera is not weather, water, or liquid resistant. Should high, such as in a car. the camera get wet from rain, splashing water,
Precautions for Battery Usage ● Use two CR123A lithium batteries. Other precautions ● Do not store the camera in a closet with mothballs or in ● The temperature range at which this camera functions an area where chemicals are handled. Store it in a properly is 50 °C to –10 °C (122 °F to 14 °F). place with good dry air circulation to prevent the growth ● A camera which has been submerged in water usually of fungus. cannot be repaired. If such an accident should occur, it ● Misuse of the bat
Table of Contents FOR SAFE USE OF YOUR CAMERA..................... 1 Setting the Film Speed (ISO)........................... 24 Precautions for Your Camera .................................. 2 Loading the Film .............................................. 25 Precautions for Battery Usage................................. 3 Unloading the Film........................................... 31 Names of Working Parts.......................................... 6 Adjusting the Viewfinder Diopter...........
Table of Contents Selecting an Exposure Mode........................... 47 OTHERS ● Using the Aperture-Priority AE Mode........ 47 ● Using the Metered Manual Mode.............. 49 Troubleshooting ............................................... 76 ● Using the Bulb Exposure Mode ................ 52 Error Display in the Event of Incorrect About Exposure Compensation....................... 54 Operation..................................................... 77 Switching the Metering Mode .............
Names of Working Parts Top front AE Pentaprism Finder 672 [Page 21] Metering mode selector [Page 36, 55, 56] Exposure compensation dial release Film speed set lever [Page 24] button [Page 54] Shutter speed dial Exposure compensation dial [Page 54] [Page 47, 49, 52] Shutter speed dial lock button Wind lever [Page 28, 41] [Page 35, 50] LCD panel [Page 8] Strap lugs [Page 13] Viewfinder unlock button [Page 22] Multi-exposure lever [Page 45] Shutter release button [Page 20] Cable release socket
Bottom back Battery chamber cover [Page 14] Tripod socket Accessory guide hole Film spool retainer knob [Page 26] Lens release lever [Page 19] 5Psync terminal [Page 58] Memo holder [Page 29] Dedicated flash contacts [Page 59] Film type indicator [Page 25] X-sync terminal [Page 62] Memory lock button [Page 57] Back cover release lever [Page 25] Eyepiece shutter lever [Page 44] Back cover Film speed set button [Page 24] Diopter adjustment dial [Page 33] 7
Indicators The indicators displayed on the LCD panel and viewfinder show the following information. LCD Panel Viewfinder * As the periphery of the image may be cut off when the image is printed out, compose your image with extra space around it. : Film counter [Page 29] : Shutter speed [Page 48, 51] : Film speed [Page 24] : Film counter [Page 30] : Film speed set information [Page 24] : Flash status [Page 58] : Low battery warning [Page 17] : Exposure compensation [Page 54] : Film symbol [
To Take the Following Kinds of Pictures Flash Subject Photography Page Page ● To take a picture in a dark place or ● To take a picture of yourself 43 58 indoors ● To take a picture into the sun with the 54 ● To take a picture of a subject with a subject’s face lightened 63 night scene in the background ● To take a picture of a subject with a 63 night scene in the background Exposure (Brightness) Page Landscape Photograhy ● To take a picture with brightness Page 49, 54 manually adjusted
To Start Taking Pictures Right Away 1 2 3 Load the Batteries Attach the Lens Set the F-Stop Remove the battery chamber cover Align the red dots on the camera Set the lens aperture ring to the and load two CR123A batteries. and lens mount, attach the lens to desired f-stop. [Page 35] [Page 14] the camera body, and turn it to the right until it locks. [Page 18] 7 8 Turn the Power On Set the Film Speed Set the main switch to i. [Page 16] Adjust the film speed using the film speed set lever and f
4 5 6 Turn the Shutter Speed Dial to b Set Exposure Compensation Set the Multi (6)-Segment Turn the dial while holding down the to a Metering Mode button indicated in the diagram. This Turn the exposure compensation Set the metering mode selector sets the Aperture-Priority AE Mode. dial to the a position. [Page 54] to K. [Page 36] [Page 35] 9 10 Load Film Adjust the Focus and Take a Picture Open the back cover and load the film correctly. Depress the shutter release button gently to take a
Structure of this Manual For effective use of this manual, the contents have been arranged in the following order. [ ] BASIC OPERATION PREPARATION Page 13 to 34 [ ] BASIC OPERATION SHOOTING Page 35 to 42 ADVANCED OPERATION Page 43 to 75 OTHERS Page 76 to 81 ● If you want to start taking pictures right away, please read “BASIC OPERATION [PREPARATION]”, and “BASIC OPERATION [SHOOTING]”. You can enjoy simple photography even with a minimal knowledge of operating the camera. 12
BASIC OPERATION [PREPARATION] Attaching the Press the lock plate of the clasp in the 1 direction of the arrow with a coin or similar Camera Strap object. Place the clasp onto the strap lug with the 2 part indicated by the arrow enclosed by the dotted line facing out, and return the lock plate to the original position. It will securely attach to the strap lug. ● Adjust the length of the To remove the strap, slide the lock plate strap with the buckle. 3 with a coin or similar object as sho
BASIC OPERATION [PREPARATION] Loading the Batteries Remove the battery chamber 1 cover with a coin or similar object as shown in the illustration. ● If any indicators are not displayed on the LCD panel even though a battery is loaded, confirm that the battery chamber cover is Load two 3V lithium batteries closed at the correct angle. 2 (CR123A or the equivalent) as ● Do not replace the battery while winding up the film. If shown in the illustration. you do so, the film counter on LCD
BASIC OPERATION [PREPARATION] Battery life and bulb exposure time [20°C], using new batteries, based on our testing conditions. 120 film Approx. 500 rolls ➥➥ 220 film Approx. 250 rolls ● This camera requires Bulb exposure time Approx. 13 hours battery power for operation. Always use two Battery life and the bulb exposure time CR123A lithium batteries [–20°C], using new batteries, based on our testing conditions. or the batteries included in the package. 120 film Approx. 250 rolls ● The ISO
BASIC OPERATION [PREPARATION] Turning the Power Set the main switch to i. ON The power is turned off when the main switch is set to d. ● When the camera is not in use, make sure that the main switch is set to d to prevent battery drain if the shutter release button is accidentally depressed. 16
BASIC OPERATION [PREPARATION] Low Battery When the batteries are nearly exhausted, the low battery Warning warning H appears on the LCD panel as a warning. Replace the batteries as soon as possible. ● Do not replace the battery See page 14 for replacing the while winding up the film. If batteries. you do so, the film counter on LCD panel advances by two from the current display and the number of ●Even if the low battery warning H appears, exposure will be correct pictures that can b
BASIC OPERATION [PREPARATION] Attaching the Lens Remove the body mount cap by 1 turning it in the direction of the arrow. ● See the operation manual Align the red dots on the camera “INTERCHANGEABLE 2 and lens mount, attach the lens LENSES” for 67 lenses when attaching or to the camera body, and turn it removing an outer bayonet fully to the right until you hear a lens for a large lens. click. ● Do not operate the lens release lever shown in page 19 when attaching the lens. Doing so
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