Need Pentax Model Identification...

Discussion in 'Pentax' started by algomedic, Sep 23, 2007.

  1. algomedic

    algomedic Guest

    Thank you to everyone who helped me with my Olympus OM-2 question...

    Here is another - I also aquired a number of lenses with very little
    information about them

    This link will show the end of the teleconverter

    (sorry they are crude looking photographs)

    - Lens Made In Japan

    Anyone know what Pentax model this would fit?

    Thanks for your time...
    algomedic, Sep 23, 2007
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  2. algomedic

    Tony Polson Guest

    At one end, it will fit most Pentax M42 screw mount lenses and double
    their effective focal length. At the other end, it will mount to any
    Pentax screw mount camera such as a Spotmatic.

    If used with a Pentax screw mount to K bayonet adapter, it will enable
    you to use M42 screw mount lenses on most Pentax cameras with M, KA
    and KAF mounts. Some of the later Pentax film cameras with autofocus
    (plus the MZ-M) need lenses with an electronic linkage, and this
    teleconverter doesn't provide that. But it will work with any Pentax
    Digital SLR.
    Tony Polson, Sep 23, 2007
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    Mark Roberts Guest

    It's for the M42 screw-mount Pentaxes: Spotmatic series, for example.
    Mark Roberts, Sep 23, 2007
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