Is this Ricoh XR-2 the best K-Mount camera out there? I don't know, but I've heard people say it could be. I do know when this camera was designed almost everything was taken into consideration. For example:
manual and auto mode
trouble-free metal shutter
diagonal split dot focus screen (faster and easier)
bright and large focus screen
depth of field preview button is handily located
multiple exposure button logically placed and very easy to use
great meter and film speed to 3200
aperture window and shutter speed visible in viewfinder
This one is in very good condition showing less than average wear. It was resealed a few years ago, and it takes great pictures. Everything is working fine. Now I must tell you I have only used this lens on my Pentax *istD, so I don't know how it will do on film. It is a 55mm / 2.2 Ricoh, and honestly on the *istD it seems a little soft. Not to say that is a bad thing. If you're taking pictures of Rosie O'Donnell, you might want a very soft lens. You might also want to leave the nice Ricoh lens cap on in that case, but that's up to you. Using a Chinon 1.9 or Ricoh 1.7 or a Sears 35mm K-mount lenses produced sharp pictures with great color.
At any rate, this is a prince of a camera, and you can have it and the lens for $30 plus the cost of postage.
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