Vintage Pentax ME Super Instruction Manual. Perfect for beginners or for those that want a refresher.
Vintage Pentax ME Super Instruction Manual. Perfect for beginners or for those that want a refresher.
Vintage Pentax ME Super Instruction Manual. Perfect for beginners or for those that want a refresher.
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Vintage Pentax ME Super Instruction Manual. Perfect for beginners or for those that want a refresher.

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With this manual you will be able to unlock the true potential of you Pentax ME Super camera. A fantastic addition to any level of vintage photographers set up.

The Pentax ME was a 1976-introduced, aperture priority automatic camera with an electronic focal plane shutter from 8 s to 1/1000 s, synchronized at 1/100 s. The shutter curtains were metal and had a vertical movement. There was no shutter dial, and the camera could not be used in manual mode, except for B and 1/100 exposures. The Pentax-invented digital light meter was of the standard TTL open aperture center weighted type. It was activated by a slight pressure on the release button.

The Pentax ME Super is a highly successful 35 mm single-lens reflex camera produced by Pentax of Japan between 1979 and 1984.
The camera was a development of (and one of two replacements for) the Pentax ME. Both feature semi-automatic (aperture priority) operation, and are part of the Pentax M series which included the manual Pentax MX and briefly the semi-automatic, automatic-focus Pentax ME F. The ME Super added a manual mode to the feature set of the ME. Since the ME Super was a better-specified camera than the ME, a second model was introduced at the same time as the lower-end replacement for the ME: the short-lived Pentax MV model, quickly replaced by the Pentax MV1.

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