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The '''Cosina CS-1''' is an manual focus 35mm [[SLR]] from [[Cosina]]. It accepts [[K mount]] type lenses. 
 
  
It has a cloth [[focal plane shutter]] with speeds from 4s to 1/1000 with B. [[Flash sync]] is at 1/60 a sec. The [[self-timer]] is electronic with a delay of approx 10 sec. It features a open aperture [[TTL]] match LED (with under, over) based center weighted metering system using two [[CdS]] cells. The meter has a range of 2 to 19 [[EV]] at (ASA 100). Capable of using film speeds from 25 to 3200 ASA. An accessory called '''Cosina AEC adapter''', is able to add aperture preferred automatic exposure mode by mounting onto the hot shoe, and connected to the A terminal near the PC socket. The film transport uses a film advance lever and a rewind crank. An '''Cosina auto-winder''' accessory was also available for the camera. It uses two 1.5v SR44 batteries. A battery check feature is available with the LED indicator in the viewfinder.
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The '''Cosina CS-1''' is a manual focus 35mm [[SLR]] from [[Cosina]]. It accepts [[K mount]] type lenses. 
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It has a cloth [[focal plane shutter]] with speeds from 4s to 1/1000 with B. [[Flash sync]] is at 1/60 a sec. The [[self-timer]] is electronic with a delay of approx 10 sec. It features an open aperture [[TTL]] center-weighted metering system using two [[CdS]] cells, and a match-LED display (with under, over indicators). The meter has a range of 2 to 19 [[EV]] at (ASA 100), settable to film speeds from 25 to 3200 ASA. An accessory called '''Cosina AEC adapter''', is able to add aperture-preferred automatic exposure mode by mounting onto the hot shoe, and connecting to the A terminal near the PC socket. The film transport uses a film advance lever and a rewind crank. A '''Cosina auto-winder''' accessory was also available for the camera. It uses two 1.5v SR44 batteries. A battery check feature is available with the LED indicator in the viewfinder.
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==Links==
 
==Links==
* [http://www.butkus.org/chinon/cosina/cosina_cs-1/cosina_cs-1.htm Cosina CS-1 manual] at [http://www.orphancameras.com Mike Butkus Orphan Cameras]
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* [http://www.butkus.org/chinon/cosina/cosina_cs-1/cosina_cs-1.htm Cosina CS-1 manual] at [http://www.orphancameras.com Mike Butkus' Orphan Cameras]
 
[[Category:Japanese 35mm SLR]] [[Category:Cosina]]
 
[[Category:Japanese 35mm SLR]] [[Category:Cosina]]
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Latest revision as of 05:28, 3 September 2015

The Cosina CS-1 is a manual focus 35mm SLR from Cosina. It accepts K mount type lenses.

It has a cloth focal plane shutter with speeds from 4s to 1/1000 with B. Flash sync is at 1/60 a sec. The self-timer is electronic with a delay of approx 10 sec. It features an open aperture TTL center-weighted metering system using two CdS cells, and a match-LED display (with under, over indicators). The meter has a range of 2 to 19 EV at (ASA 100), settable to film speeds from 25 to 3200 ASA. An accessory called Cosina AEC adapter, is able to add aperture-preferred automatic exposure mode by mounting onto the hot shoe, and connecting to the A terminal near the PC socket. The film transport uses a film advance lever and a rewind crank. A Cosina auto-winder accessory was also available for the camera. It uses two 1.5v SR44 batteries. A battery check feature is available with the LED indicator in the viewfinder.


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