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Mamiya/Sekor 1000 DTL Film Camera, Body only with cap

  • Item: CA6073
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This is a fully operational Mamiya/Sekor film camera. There are some scuffs and some light dents on the housing, and some specs in the viewfinder, but everything works fine, including the shutter and timer, and it is clean inside. It comes with the plastic clip-on lens cap shown, but it is missing a battery (the commonly available S76 / 357 silver cell cell). The camera was tested with a good battery, and the metering works fine. It has a Praktica-Mamiya/Sekor 42mm universal threaded mount (its original Auto Mamiya Sekor 50mm F/2.0 prime lens is sold elsewhere on this site (while supply lasts).

This camera was produced between 1968 and 1971, and weighs about 26.5 ounces. The "D" in DTL stands for dual spot-average metering. This easy to use camera was a popular at the time, and was one of the first cameras with dual-pattern through-the-lens (TTL) metering. Metering is stop-down, meaning you must press the film lever in towards the camera to stop down the lens as you meter (analog needle) and set exposure (note how the lever extends out from the body).

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