|Mamiya Auto Deluxe 2|
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The Mamiya Auto Deluxe 2 is a leaf-shutter fixed-lense rangefinder introduced by Mamiya in 1962. It features a coupled selenium match-needle lightmeter. The lense is a Mamiya-Sekor 48 mm f/1.7 and the shutter is a Copal SVK.
Technical specifications[edit | edit source]
- Lense : Mamiya - Sekor 48 mm f/1.7
- Shutter : 10-speed + B Copal SVK
- Lightmeter : selenium coupled, 8 - 800 ISO
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