Pentax Zoom 70-S

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The Pentax Zoom 70-S is a 35mm compact zoom camera with autofocus made by Pentax. It replaced in 1998 the Zoom 70, which was the first of the range (1986). It featured a sturdy body and an optional Tele Converter TE-Z100.

Specifications

  • Type: 24x36 fully automatic lens-shutter with built-in zoom lens and auto flash.
  • Lens: Pentax Zoom Lens f=35mm - f=70mm Tele-Macro.
  • Macro: @70mm.
  • Shutter: Central electronic shutter.
  • Film autoloading and rewinding.
  • Auto-focus - MaP Auto-focus.
  • Self-timer.
  • Viewfinder: real image with lines for parallax correction. Focus lock and flash readiness indicators.
  • Flash: Integrated frontal.
  • Power: 4 AAA 1.5V batteries.
  • Size: 135x73x40 mm (+25 with lens).
  • Weight: 460gr (without batteries).
  • Optional extras: Tele Converter TE-Z100 (to be used at 70mm only), converting the lens to a 100mm.


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