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OT: Show of hands, who here shoots with Pentax M-42 SLR'S as well as Rangefinders
Old 10-08-2005   #1
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OT: Show of hands, who here shoots with Pentax M-42 SLR'S as well as Rangefinders

I am finding I am developing an addiction to this breed of camera. I have an Asahi Pentax model K from the late 1950's, an S1a from the early mid 1960's and a Spotmatic SP 1000 from I guess the early 1970's. Anyone else with this little addiction? Looking for fellow Asahi fans out there (support Group) and of course information on my cameras especially my Model K. It has to be the fact the Takumar glass is so nice and so well priced out there.

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I have a bunch of SMC M42 glass, but use a Cosina Voigtlander Bessaflex TM instead of a Pentax SLR. However, I do have a Pentax DSLR, so I kinda sorta have a complete Pentax system (grin).

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Old 10-08-2005   #4
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I occasionally use a Pentax H1a and a Contax S, in addition to the RFs

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Well, I shoot a K1000 currently, but I used to have a Spotmatic years ago, black model with the Honeywell name.

I traded up to the K1000 primarily cuz it was kind of a hassle to change lenses rapidly. Right after I got the K I got a good deal on a 28-135 zoom, so the lens changing was kind of a moot point. I recently got a Sigma 18mm rectilinear in the K mount, and that is my latest toy so to speak. Yes, I guess you could say I'm an Asahi fan and I have been for 30+ years, not to show my real age.

I love the K1000 for general work, but I did feel a limitation with the f2.0 lens and the mirror slap at slow shutter speeds. I must admit that the Canon GIII and the Mamiya SD are better low-light cameras. (I did however, get some good night shots with the K1000 with Fuji 1600 and the Sigma 18mm.)
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Incidentally, if you are a contax SLR user, the screwmount lenses work extremely well on the Contax body with an inexpensive adapter. I am sure someone else will chime in, but IIRC, the film-flange distances are the same. Useful for filling inexpensively filling in lesser used focal lengths in your (considerably more expensive) contax lens bag, without sacrificing quality.
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Not currently, though I used to have a nice Mamiya DTL1000. Someday I'll probably get a Bessaflex as there are too many nice things out there for M42 mount.

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Kurrently (heh) I still have a K1000 and my dad's OLD Pentax SL (circa 1968) that is completely manual and M42.

I haven't shot with either in a while.. they're small and light enough but just haven't seen a "need" to shoot with them

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I use a Spotmatic for telephoto work, because I'm unhappy with the 135 focal length on a Barnack Leica. It is also great for occasional flash work. I even use a Soligar 35mm f/2.0 (the computer designed version) and find it to be a great lens. The Takumar 55mm is also a very sharp lens.
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Spotmatic SPII, Zenit EM, Yashica Electro, Vivitar 450/SLD, Fujica ST701, Practica MTL3, m42 adapters for EOS, Minolta MD, Y/C, Canon FD and about 20 m42 lenses but only 55/2 and 28/3.5 Super-Taks.
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Two Spotmatics, a Spotmatic II, Fujica ST-701, Three Yashica TL Electro-X's, Two Ricoh Singlex TLS' and Prakticas from the model FX-3 to the EE-2....... over a dozen Prakticas of various models. A Sears TLS (same as the Ricoh Singlex TLS) and a Praktica MTL-3 are on the way.

Lenses range from 20mm to 1000mm. Some are Takumar and others are Pentacon, Meyer-Gorlitz, Yashinon, Rikenon, Carl Zeiss Jena (CZJ), Mamiya-Sekor, Fujinon, Tamron, Vivitar, Russian (Jupiter, MTO, Tair) and others.

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Spotmatic II, mainly with CZJ lenses. The 35/2.4 and 20/2.8 are particular favourites.
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Old 10-08-2005   #15
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I love the combination of the Spotmatic and the M42 Jupiter-9. They balance well, the J-9 is compact for an 85mm, and they're similarly demanding. The 55/1.4 Super-Takumar is really nice too. The sunlight unbrowning trick worked for me.
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Old 10-08-2005   #16
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asahi pentax spotmatic, 50/1.4 and 28/3.5 s-m-c takumars. good for slides. =)
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Old 10-09-2005   #17
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Spotmatic F and Super Tak: 28/3.5, 35/3.5, 50/1.4, 105/2.8, 135/3.5. All nice to use and have great feel. I picked up a while ago a CZJ 135/3.5 MC to compare against the Super Tak.

Also useful are the K/M42 and EOS/M42 adaptors.
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Old 10-09-2005   #18
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No pentax M42 but Pentax 6x7 with 105 f2.4 and 165 f2.8 smc (the single most expensive lens I've bought new and the best) ...67's are getting cheaper I'm surprised no one's been tempted
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early Pentax

In fact, I like old Pentx SLR next to rangefinders. The earlier the better.
I love to use the older 58mm focal length, as well as 105 and 135mm.
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No Pentax but M42 lenses...

Last week a friend of mine had a pre-birthday gift surprise for me... An M42 Tomioka Yashinon, 55/1.2 !

The poor Zenit suddenly looked small with it I'm heading towards getting an adapter to use that piece of glass on my Nikon F2. I'll lose infinity focus, but who wants to shoot infinity at f/1.2 anyway?
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I use a praktica super tl1000 with takumar 35/2.8 , takumar 135/3.5 , SMC takumar 55/1.8 and a 85/1.5 Helios-40
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I now care for the Mamiya DTL 1000 that William used to have, and a Spotmatic F found it's way to me with a 28/3.5 Super Multi Coated Takumar. I added a 50/1.4 and am on the hunt casually for an 85/1.8. I think that will fit my needs, but of course there are hundreds of 50mm m42 lenses which I would like to try out. All in due time.
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I use a praktica super tl1000 with takumar 35/2.8 , takumar 135/3.5 , SMC takumar 55/1.8 and a 85/1.5 Helios-40
Wow, a Supertak 1000mm. I used one of those a few times many years ago in Korea for surveillance. Used my jeep as a tripod and blind.

I own a Fujica ST 901, a couple of Yashica TL Electro X's, and a now non-working TL Super (my first SLR). I don't claim the Fujica ST 801 any more as that has been my daughters since shortly after I bought it for not only itself, but a couple of lenses that came with it. Lenses range from a Spiratone 18mm to a Vivtar TX 300mm, with other TX's, and Fujinons thrown in. Includng the Fujinon 43-75mm, a surprisingly good lens. I also have a Vivitar Series 1 35-85mm lens in screw mount (big, but what a fun lens). I always wanted the 75-150 and the 200mm in the Fuji mount, but don't expect I will ever get them as I don't really need that focal length as it is covered elsewhere in my Yashica FX lenses.

Never owned a Pentax Super Tak myself, but from the office camera I had in Korea, I know they are really good. Of course, the Yashinons and Fujunons are superb also. Strange how they never got the reputation they deserved. I think it was just that the bayonet mount won out. I was and still am not a big fan of the bayonet mount. I used to really like low light photography. I always found it easier to mount a screw mount lens that trying to find an index mark in darkness. Just me maybe.
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Wow, I don't feel so alone. Frank, thank you for the link to your site, I bookmarked it this morning and will look at later when I have more time. A Jupiter 9 with an M-42 mount, now that is really intriguing same goes for the Carl Zeiss Jenna glass floating out there. Well as the saying goes safer not cheaper than drugs. I am attaching shot I took just over a month ago near home with my Asahi Pentax Model K I shot asa 400 Fuji Superia f11 at I think 125.

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I have a bunch of SMC M42 glass, but use a Cosina Voigtlander Bessaflex TM instead of a Pentax SLR. However, I do have a Pentax DSLR, so I kinda sorta have a complete Pentax system (grin).

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Out of curiosity what is the CV Bessaflex like to shoot with?

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Currently between 42mm cameras, but I agree the Jupiter 9 on an SLR is sweet. I have a converter that I can use in on a Minolta X370 and have taken some of my best protraits. Looking for a good Fujica ST701, mine was stolen.
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I still have and occasionally use my Spotamatic that I bought in 1964. Although it still works fine I think I will schedule it for it's first CLA.
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MY SLR rig is Pentax K-mount, but every time I see a nice Spottie (usually with a 55 f1.8) I have to try to forget where I put my wallet. Why are they so much more appealing than the K bodies?
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I have an ME and a KM and the KM is a fantastic camera! Has done me well over the years Infact its is my favourit camera. The ME needs new light seals and is a younger camera compared to the KM. Very good systems
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I grew up using a Pentax H1a and loved it at the time. I hated changing screwmount lenses though and traded up to an Olympus OM-1 when they came on the market. Still using a pair of OM-1's. If the K-mount Pentax had arrived in time, I would probably have stayed in the Pentax fold. Pentax glass is very nice. No regrets, though. The Oly's are also classics.

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About two years ago I bought a Super Tak 50mm f1.4 from Adorama ($45.00) for the purpose of using it manually with adapter on my Canon Ti. It yields great results and the diopter adjustment on the Ti certainly helps. This was followed by a Zenit 122 bought from Levine in Boston ($49.95 plus postage) with a Helios 44-7. The camera and lens work just great, unfortunately the Helios won't stop down with my Canon adapter. Last year I saw an advert in the Glens Falls paper for a garage sale in Hudson Falls offering some photo equipment among other things. Picked up a Spotmatic 1000 with a SMC 55mm f2 for thirty bucks. It is also in excellent operating conditon although a bit worn looking. I don't use them much as I tend toward my RF's and increasingly (heresy) digicams, but I sure do love them.
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I still use my dad's old Yashica Electro in M42 mount. He bought the camera when my mom was pregnant, to take pictures of me as a child. I keep the camera around for sentimental reasons, but it is actually still a very good performer. I have a series of Super Takumar lenses for it, 28mm, 35mm, 50mm, and 105mm.

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Wow, a Supertak 1000mm. I used one of those a few times many years ago in Korea for surveillance. Used my jeep as a tripod and blind.
I'm pretty sure he was talking about the Super TL-1000 Praktica camera and not a Takumar lens.

Here's a link: http://www.praktica-collector.de/207...per_TL1000.htm

If you scroll down the page, there are pictures of the camera at the bottom.

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Wow, looky all the Pentax M42 users! An H3 was my first good camera, and I now have another just for nostalgic reasons, and a 1958 model K like Uncle Bill's. I also have a Motor Drive Spotmatic that I bought new, and an ES also bought new. Recently added an ESII. All my lenses are Takumars.

I stayed with Pentax into the K-mount series too, with two LX's, two ME Supers, a K2DMD, and an MX. I bought a used 6x7 in 1977 now joined by a second one, plus a pair of Auto 110's too. I think my most expensive new lens was the 75mm f/2.8 Aspheric for 67.

It strikes me as notable that Pentax never made a rangefinder camera like the other major names did.
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I am finding I am developing an addiction to this breed of camera. I have an Asahi Pentax model K from the late 1950's, an S1a from the early mid 1960's and a Spotmatic SP 1000 from I guess the early 1970's. Anyone else with this little addiction? Looking for fellow Asahi fans out there (support Group) and of course information on my cameras especially my Model K. It has to be the fact the Takumar glass is so nice and so well priced out there.

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No longer M42 screwmount [although I started out with 2 Black S1As in the 60s!]

Currently 3 LXes [two with winders], ME super, 2 MXs . 8 primes [17mm fisheye, 18mm, 24mm, 28mm shift, 35mm, 50mm macro, 100mm, 200mm,300mm] 80-200 zoom, 2x converter, all Pentax and all still earning their keep!

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I'm pretty sure he was talking about the Super TL-1000 Praktica camera and not a Takumar lens.

Here's a link: http://www.praktica-collector.de/207...per_TL1000.htm

If you scroll down the page, there are pictures of the camera at the bottom.

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Yes, I was (unfortunately) talking about the praktica super TL1000. I really love that camera, but I would trade it immediately for the super takumar 1000mm
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Asahi make good beer too!
Oh really? I've heard fleeting references to it but I've never seen it here in the States.

Is it really the same company?
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Out of curiosity what is the CV Bessaflex like to shoot with?

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It handles well, and balances nicely with the 50/1.4 SMC Takumar (or equivalently sized lens). The viewfinder is probably a stop brighter than the spotmatic F's, and the split prism helps me focus more quickly and accurately. I don't use a flash with it, so the primitive optional flash arrangement doesn't bother me. If you want to, it will take the Bessa trigger winder as well as the side grip.

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