Pentax Zoom 105 SUPER 35 Film Camera Point and Shoot
Pentax Zoom 105 SUPER 35 Film Camera Point and Shoot
Pentax Zoom 105 SUPER 35 Film Camera Point and Shoot
Pentax Zoom 105 SUPER 35 Film Camera Point and Shoot
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Pentax Zoom 105 SUPER 35 Film Camera Point and Shoot

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The Pentax Zoom 105 Super is a fully automatic compact camera released by with a 38-105mm zoom lens. It was also sold as the IQZoom 105 Super so it is part of the Pentax Espio IQZoom series, but this branding is often omitted from the camera body. It was manufactured by Pentax in 1990.

A minor updated version was available in 1991 called the Zoom 105-R which has red eye reduction.

The lens is a 38-105mm, f/4-7.8, the power zoom can be controlled continuously or in steps of 46, 55, 70 and 85mm by lightly tapping the zooming lever. The focal length is displayed on the top LCD screen. The focus range is from 1.35m to inf, but with macro mode enabled this changes to 0.75m to 1.35m. There is also a super macro mode. This button is located under a downward sliding cover on the left hand side of the body. This enables fixed focus range of 0.45m. In this mode the flash always fires and auto focus does not function. An electronic self timer, that can shoot up to five exposures. Number of exposure can be adjusted with the zoom toggle switch. The first shot is set at 10 seconds, the second is at 5 seconds, exposure 3 to 5 is at approx 2 seconds. DX encoded film is required as non-DX film is shot at ISO 25. The film is exposed upside down since the take-up reel is to the left. It takes two CR123A batteries, the battery compartment has a screw that can be release with a accessory on the camera strap. The other side of the tool can be used for mid-roll rewind and date adjustment. The camera strap is slotted to the right hand side of the hand grip.