Long time collector disposing of surplus and unwanted items from collection. Up for offer is a Pentax MV1 Camera with neck strap and leather case. Introduced in 1980, the Pentax MV1 is an aperture priority automatic camera, with an electronic focal plane shutter from 1s to 1/1000, synchronized at 1/100. The shutter curtains are metal and have a vertical movement. There is no shutter dial, and the camera cannot be used in manual mode, except for B and 1/100 exposures. The exposure meter is of the standard TTL open aperture center weighted type. It is activated by a slight pressure on the release button. Specifications: • Dates: 1980-1981 • Lens mount: Pentax K • Shutter type: focal plane Seiko MFC metal curtains, vertical travel • Min. shutter speed: 1s • Max. shutter speed: 1/1000 • Exposure meter: TTL, open aperture, center weighted • Exposure modes: aperture priority • ASA/ISO range: 32 to 1600 • Finder screen: fixed • Shoe: fixed hot shoe, contact for dedicated flash • X sync speed: 1/100 • Battery: 2 x 1.5V • Weight: 425g w/o lens The lenses are interchangeable with the K bayonet mount. Together with the introduction of the M series cameras, the SMC Pentax-M series of compact lenses were introduced. This camera comes with a SMC Pentax-M f1.7 / 50mm lens. This is a manual focus lens. It works on AF cameras, but you must focus manually. Specifications: • Lens Mount: Pentax K. • Optics: 6 elements in 5 groups. Pentax Super Multi-Coated. • Diaphragm: 6 blades, stops down to f/22. Full, and sometimes half-stop clicks. • Filter Thread: 49mm. • Close Focus: 1.5 feet (0.45m). • Maximum Reproduction Ratio: 1:12.5 • Size: 2.5" diameter x 1.2" long (63 x 31mm), rated. • Weight: 6.457 oz. (183.05g), measured. 6.52 oz. (185g), rated. Selling for $100, or will trade for Kodak cameras or equipment. I am selling many photographic items, so please refer to my other ads. Local pickup may be made in Edmonton, Alberta.