The Pentax K2 was one of the three original K-mount cameras introduced by Pentax as a replacement for the Spotmatic family of screw mount cameras.
The K2 was the top model of the three and replaced the ES II screw mount auto-exposure camera. It was the first Pentax to feature a vertically running metal focal plane shutter which provided a faster flash synch speed than was possible with the horizontally running shutters in the KM and KX.
The K2 featured Av exposure automation as well as match needle manual metering like the KX. Unlike on the KX the aperture set was not visible in the viewfinder
- Objetivo 50mm
- Tipo de película: 35mm
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