Pentax K-1000 SLR Film Camera with 50mm f/2 & 28mm f&2.8 Lenses Great Condition

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Pentax K-1000 SLR Film Camera with 50mm f/2 & 28mm f/2.8 Lenses Great Condition
  • Lens release: lever on the right lower side of the lens mount, slide downward and turn the lens counter clockwise, when mounting the lens the red marks of the lens and the camera must be aligned
  • Focusing: manual front focusing, via Fresnel matte screen, ring and scale window on the lens
  • Shutter: horizontally traveling, rubberized silk focal plane, speeds: 1/1000–1 s +B; setting: speed dial knob on the top plate
  • Shutter release: on the top plate, with cable release socket
  • Cocking lever: also winds the film, short stroke, retractable, on the right of the top plate
  • Frame counter: additive type, auto-reset, window on the cocking lever
  • Viewfinder: eye level SLR pentaprism, needle index of exposure meter visible in it
  • Exposure meter: full frame averaging TTL metering with built-in coupled match-needle meter ASA 
  • Range: 20–3200, setting: ring and window on the speed dial, lift and turn
  • Exposure setting: manual, turn the speed dial or aperture ring until the needle aligned to the center of the index, in the finder
  • Hot-shoe
  • Self-timer: none
  • Back cover: hinged, opens by lifting the re-wind lever
  • Tripod socket: 1/4 in
  • Strap lugs
  • Battery: 1.5 V LR44 alkaline or SR44 silver oxide (only for exposure meter)
  • Attention: leave the lens cap on when you are not using the camera, there is no on-off switch for the exposure meter, so it works continuously


JAPAN VERSION

This is a very simple camera to use, but that delivers excellent results, less is more in this case.

Great for shotting in any conditions, includes the kit 50mm f/2 lens and a fast 28mm f/2.8 lens for wider option pictures.

Specs:
Japanese version details:

"Production of the largely hand assembled camera was moved from Japan, first to Hong Kong in 1978 and then to China in 1990, to keep labor costs down. The "Asahi" name and "AOCo" logo was removed from the pentaprism cover to de-emphasize the company name in keeping with the rest of the "Pentax" line"
Source: Wikipedia

This camera has the AOCo logo and Asahi name

The camera is in great condition and has been tested with a fresh 357 battery (not included) the exposure meter seems to be working great and the shutter works as it should as well. 

With this camera you ca take pictures like the following:


You can see the actual camera and lenses in the pics below:











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