The Pentax ME F was released in October 1981 and is Pentax’s first attempt at an Auto Focus system. The ME F is based on the ME Super body that was released the year before. The AF feature only worked with the one M35-70/2.8 zoom, so it was not really that popular of a camera and was in production for only three years. Pentax’s first true AF system was the “F” Series cameras/lenses, which were released in February 1987.
The ME F has all the same features of its older brother the ME Super, so you get a 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.
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