Ricoh XR-7M II

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The XR-7M II was an SLR for 35mm film introduced by Ricoh in 1993, and accepting K mount lenses. In 1998 a slightly updated version with higher top speed (1/3000s vs 1/2000s) in Auto mode was released in some markets as the KR-10E (which should not be confused with the very different KR-10 SE, KR-10M, KR-10x, etc.).

This model offers aperture priority autoexposure, and strongly resembles many other cameras actually built by Cosina on an OEM basis for other brands, such as the Nikon FE10 and Canon T60.


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