Introduced just 2 years after the ME, the ME Super is one of two cameras that replaced the first auto-mode M series body. I had one in the early ’80s and absolutely loved it!
Aperture priority only automatic was a fairly bold move for a 35mm SLR in 1977, but the great handling of the ME won many fans
In 1975 Pentax introduced a trio of cameras to launch the PK Bayonet mount, of which the K2 was the flagship. Though the basic chassis is very similar to the K1000 which came a year later, the cameras themselves are very different.
The world’s first SLR with a fully automatic Electronic Shutter
The world’s first TTL metering SLR
Compact quality, the heir to the Trip
An RM 300 was the first 35mm SLR I ever purchased, after saving money from a Saturday job working at Dixons.