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Praktica MTL3 35mm Film SLR Camera and Accessories

£49.99 Out Of Stock

Product description

The 42mm screw-fit lens camera is equipped with an 11-speed plus B shutter and a hot-shoe mount for an external flash. The manual film-wind, shutter and mirror lift operate. The camera appears to be clean and free from damage both internally and externally. The metering has not been checked in the absence of a battery. The battery centre contact shows some signs of corrosion.

An Access SQ 35mm, 1:3.5 lens, serial no. 38833, is mounted to the camera. The optics appear to be clear and the central, split-screen focus indication was seen to operate. The focus and aperture rings operate freely and the iris was seen to operate correctly. A loose-fitting, partly split, black plastic lens cap is fitted.

A Pentacon 50mm, 1:1.8, prime auto lens, serial no. 6617910, is also included. The focus and aperture rings operate freely and the iris was seen to operate correctly although the pre-set button for auto operation from the camera is a bit stiff. The lens appears to be clean and free from damage with clear optics. A 2.2cm front extension tube (or cylindrical lens hood?) is fitted. Black plastic camera interface and objective caps are fitted.

A D&N 135mm, 1:3.5, lens, serial no. 33365, is also included. The focus and aperture rings operate freely and the iris was seen to operate correctly . The lens appears to be clean and free from damage with clear optics. A black plastic camera interface is fitted. The lens is enclosed in a soft black plasticised cloth bag with green baise lining and draw-string closure.

A Cenei E 49x0.75 black rubber lens hood with threaded metal mounting ring to fit all three lenses and a boxed pair of black-painted Cherry M42 auto extension tubes (30mm and 20mm) are included. Both items appear to be clean and free from damage. The auto iris setting for the prime lens was seen to operate with the extension tubes.

A Vivitar 283 electronic flash, serial no. 9231470, is also enclosed. The flash has been seen to operate via the test button, but operation via the hot shoe interface or connection cable has not been checked. It requires four AA-type batteries for operation, not included. The flash appears to be clean and free from damage, including the battery compartment. The battery carrier is present. The flash is enclosed in a soft black cloth bag with plastic lining and draw-string closure.

The final accessory is a Hannimex L8C photo-cell exposure meter enclosed in a brown leather-effect case with press-stud closures to the front flap and the clear plastic restraining strap. The meter was seen to respond to varying light levels, but its accuracy has not been checked.

The camera kit is enclosed in a padded, black canvas, professional style, Hama accessories bag with dual zip closure to the top flap and zip closure to the single front pocket. Four padded, grey cloth dividers with Velcro fitting are included. An adjustable black webbing shoulder strap is fitted. The accessory bag appears to be clean and free from damage.

Item details

Brand:
Pentacon
Condition:
Used: good
Type:
SLR Camera and Accessories

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The 42mm screw-fit lens camera is equipped with an 11-speed plus B shutter and a hot-shoe mount for an external flash. The manual film-wind, shutter and mirror lift operate. The camera appears to be clean and free from damage both internally and externally. The metering has not been checked in the absence of a battery. The battery centre contact shows some signs of corrosion.

An Access SQ 35mm, 1:3.5 lens, serial no. 38833, is mounted to the camera. The optics appear to be clear and the central, split-screen focus indication was seen to operate. The focus and aperture rings operate freely and the iris was seen to operate correctly. A loose-fitting, partly split, black plastic lens cap is fitted.

A Pentacon 50mm, 1:1.8, prime auto lens, serial no. 6617910, is also included. The focus and aperture rings operate freely and the iris was seen to operate correctly although the pre-set button for auto operation from the camera is a bit stiff. The lens appears to be clean and free from damage with clear optics. A 2.2cm front extension tube (or cylindrical lens hood?) is fitted. Black plastic camera interface and objective caps are fitted.

A D&N 135mm, 1:3.5, lens, serial no. 33365, is also included. The focus and aperture rings operate freely and the iris was seen to operate correctly . The lens appears to be clean and free from damage with clear optics. A black plastic camera interface is fitted. The lens is enclosed in a soft black plasticised cloth bag with green baise lining and draw-string closure.

A Cenei E 49x0.75 black rubber lens hood with threaded metal mounting ring to fit all three lenses and a boxed pair of black-painted Cherry M42 auto extension tubes (30mm and 20mm) are included. Both items appear to be clean and free from damage. The auto iris setting for the prime lens was seen to operate with the extension tubes.

A Vivitar 283 electronic flash, serial no. 9231470, is also enclosed. The flash has been seen to operate via the test button, but operation via the hot shoe interface or connection cable has not been checked. It requires four AA-type batteries for operation, not included. The flash appears to be clean and free from damage, including the battery compartment. The battery carrier is present. The flash is enclosed in a soft black cloth bag with plastic lining and draw-string closure.

The final accessory is a Hannimex L8C photo-cell exposure meter enclosed in a brown leather-effect case with press-stud closures to the front flap and the clear plastic restraining strap. The meter was seen to respond to varying light levels, but its accuracy has not been checked.

The camera kit is enclosed in a padded, black canvas, professional style, Hama accessories bag with dual zip closure to the top flap and zip closure to the single front pocket. Four padded, grey cloth dividers with Velcro fitting are included. An adjustable black webbing shoulder strap is fitted. The accessory bag appears to be clean and free from damage.

Brand:
Pentacon
Condition:
Used: good
Type:
SLR Camera and Accessories

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