Pentax Vintage 35mm Camera
Older cameras often go on to become collectable pieces. Pentax vintage 35mm cameras offer an exciting, old-fashioned approach to photography that's unique and interesting. Many people like to use vintage film cameras to capture a certain tone without having to rely on editing software.
Many of the Pentax cameras available offer retro point and shoot technology using film to produce clear crisp images that can either be into beautiful prints.
Pentax PC Camera Series
The Pentax PC camera series features a wide range of camera models which are small, compact and easily transportable. Offering a wide range of functionalities including autofocus and autoexposure. Point and shoot cameras of this kind are also recognisable thanks to their lightweight plastic body and sliding lens covers which double up as an on/off switch.
Pentax vintage cameras from the PC series have a 35mm lens and usually have a minimum focal distance of just over a metre. Most models also include a built-in flash with a set rechargeable time and are powered by at least two AA batteries. Pentax cameras also typically have a handy wrist strap which helps to protect the camera when in use.
Pentax Espio Camera Series
First introduced in 1992, the Pentax Espio 35mm film camera series is both smart and sophisticated in appearance offering a wide range of point and shoot cameras with a stainless steel finish and a standout zoom lens.
As with many vintage Pentax cameras, the Esperio series comes with autofocus and auto exposure with the lens allowing you to focus on objects close up with optimum accuracy. Many of the Espio models also come with a panoramic mode and have a self-winding film meaning you can simply concentrate on taking a decent picture without worrying too much about the internal workings of the camera.
Pentax MZ Camera Series
The Pentax MZ camera series features a wide array of camera models that are renowned for their compact, lightweight style. Like all vintage Pentax devices, the MZ series relies on point and shoot technology, a 35mm lens and film to produce quality images.