Pentax SF series: 1987-1991:

1987: SFX:

Pentax' second AF PP SLR, and the first commercially successful. And Worlds First PP SLR with integrated pop up flash, called RTF, Retractable TTL Flash. Size: 157x99x63,5. Weight: 685 g. S/n: 3852963.

Lens:

The SMC Pentax F 28-80 3,5-4,5 kit lens.

Controls:

At the time these push knobs and buttons seemed to be progress. They were not, and disappeared over the years. But the LCD display was there to stay.

1988: SF7:

The SF7 came one year after SFX, and was less expensive. No manual ISO setting, no exposure compensation, less EV meter range. RTF. Size: 157x99x63,5. Weight: 630 g. S/n: 5131928.

Controls:

A smart display showing some vital information. Also note that the push button for choosing mode and speed is replaced by a kind of dial.

1989: SFXn:

The last version of the first real AF camera. the SFXn from '89. Upgrades from the SFX was a faster winder (2,2 exp/sec vs. 1,8), auto bracketting, backlit top display and faster shutter speed: 1/4000. Size: 154,5x99x63,5 mm. 665 g. Sn: 5057795.

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25.06 | 21:36

The official producer was Chinon, according to Alpa sources. But we know that Cosina produced some cameras (and lenses) for Chinon.

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25.06 | 21:23

The ALPA 2000 was a Cosina with M42 mount. I used to own one. Ever wonder why there are ALPA badged M42 lenses on eBay? They are from Cosina too.

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13.05 | 14:20

Sadly not found the Ricoh XR-7 / Sigma SA-1 / Sears KS-2 camera(s) on the site. They could be produced by Cosina as well, but I have no information about this.

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21.04 | 21:14

For an explanation of the penta mirror, please see the page "Some Definitions".
My definition of PP SLR also include the penta mirror cameras.

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