Cosina CT-2

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The Cosina CT-2 is a simple 35mm aperture-priority autoexposure SLR introduced by Cosina about 1980. It accepts K mount lenses. The related Cosina CT-3 additionally accepts dedicated Cosina flash and motor-wind attachments. There are no manual shutter-speed settings other than the X flash sync position, which operates at an unusual 1/85th second, and "B." The electronically timed shutter requires two 1.5-volt silver oxide batteries. There is a cancelable electronic self-timer with an indicator lamp, which blinks more quickly in the final seconds before exposure.

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