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The MZ-6 is a autofocus 35mm SLR camera from Pentax introduced in 2001. It is also known as the ZX-L.
Exposure modes include picture mode (portrait, landscape, action, night and closeup), program mode, Av, Tv modes, metered manual mode, bulb and TTL flash. The auto focus has 3 points and spot focus modes in single predictive and manual modes. An AF illuminator is also available for improved low light focusing. The meter has a six segment TTL cell with a range of 0 to 21 EV at (ASA 100, 50mm f/1.4), and can be set for DX-coded film speeds from 25 to 5000 ISO or manual speeds of 6 to 6400. Exposure compensation can be adjusted ± 3 EV at ½ steps. Three shot auto bracketing is also available in ½ EV steps. The built in pop up flash has a GN of 11 and has red eye reduction. The finder uses a matte focusing screen with a 92% field of view and a 0.7x magnification. The motorized film transport is able to travel at up to 2 fps in consecutive mode. It is powered by two CR2 battery.