The Pentax ME F was released in October 1981 and is Pentax’s first attempt at an Auto Focus system.
- The AF feature only worked with the one M35-70/2.8 zoom Pentax’s first true AF system was the “F” Series cameras/lenses, which were released in February 1987.
Maximum shutter speed of 1/2000, +/-2 exposure compensation, split-image/micro focusing screen, 1/125 flash sync, a “Mode” shutter dial instead of a shutter speed dial and so on. You also don’t get TTL flash support, DOF preview and MLU.
You'll need to require 35mm film and LR44 batteries
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With this being said the pictures you see here are only indicative of the item you will receive
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As a small team operating a bustling shop, we may not be able to send out items right away due to our workload. We don't do next day delivery however, our goal is to ship available stock within 48 hours after receiving cleared payment ( excluding weekends and bank holidays).
If you require an item for the following day or have specific delivery preferences, we are more than willing to make arrangements if you inform us before placing your order. Once we dispatch the item, any potential delays in delivery caused by the courier service are beyond our control. Rest assured, we consistently send items with delivery confirmation and comprehensive insurance that covers the order value.
All items come with three months guarantee unless otherwise stated. For full information, see our Terms and Conditions page.
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