Pentax Espio/IQZoom 120Mi

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Pentax Espio 120mi is a 35mm compact camera with autofocus and zoom lens, is is part of the Pentax Espio IQZoom series issued by Pentax in c1998.

It is also known as the IQZoom 120mi. The camera replaced with the Pentax Espio/IQZoom 120 from 1994. It's successor is the 120SW released in 2001.

It uses a 38-120mm f/4.8-12.5 zoom lens made for 7 element in 6 groups. It uses a five point auto focus system with a focus range of 0.65m to infinity. An illumination light is available that can aid in focusing in low light situations. The shutter speed range is from 2 to 1/400. The self-timer has a delay of 10 seconds.

Film is automatically loaded, advanced and rewound. Mid-roll rewind can be done, by using the strap tool to press the small button by the tripod bush. It is compatible with DX encoded films from 25 to 3200 ISO. Non-coded films are set at 25 ISO. It is powered by a single CR2 battery which is only capable of powering an average of 10 rolls of film.

Date models are also available. It is capable of imprinting up to year 2030.