Thursday, February 10, 2011

Ricoh KR-10 Super (Specifications)

The Ricoh KR-10 Super was a 35mm, SLR camera launched by Ricoh in 1982, featuring automatic exposure control. The KR-10 Super was equipped with an electronically-controlled focal plane shutter and a multi-coated XR Rikenon 50mm f/1.4 standard lens. It also offered TTL CdS metering.

Specifications for the Ricoh KR-10 Super

Type: automatic, 35mm, SLR film camera
Lens mount: K-mount
Lens: multi-coated XR Rikenon 50mm f/1.4, or f/2.0 standar lens
Shutter: electronically-controlled, vertically-travel focal plane shutter with metal curtains
Shutter speeds: automatically from 1/16 to 1/1000th of a second; manually from 1/16 to 1/1000th of a second, plus B
Viewfinder: eye-level pentaprism viewfinder which covered 93% of real image
Focusing: split-image spot in microprism band
Mirror: quick return mirror
Batteries: two 1.55V silver oxide batteries (SR-44), or two 1.5V alkaline batteries (LR-449