Chinon CP-7m

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The Chinon CP-7m is an angular 35mm SLR introduced by Chinon in about 1986, adding integral motorized film advance. It is also sold as the Revueflex AC 5. It offers aperture-priority autoexposure, or three programed modes when attached K mount lenses are set to their minimum aperture or the "A" setting.

Specification

  • Manufacturer: Chinon
  • Date of Production: 1986
  • Type of Camera: SLR
  • Film type: 35mm
  • Lens: Pentax K Mount
  • Shutter: focal plane shutter
  • Shutter speed range: Bulb, 8s - 1/2000
  • Viewfinder: Pentaprism, 0.92x
  • ASA/ISO range: 25 - 5000
  • Exposure Modes: P, A, S, M
  • Exposure Metering: TTL Center weighted
  • Focusing: Manual
  • Continuous Shooting: 2.5fps
  • Battery: Four AA or One 2CR5
  • Weight: 514g
  • Dimensions (WHD): 152 x 89 x 51 mm

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