|Petri E.Bn 1.9|
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The Petri E.Bn is a Japanese fixed-lens rangefinder introduced in 1960. It features a built-in uncoupled selenium lightmeter, it was actually the first Petri to have one. It could be equipped with a Petri Orikkor 2.8/45 or 1.9/45 lens. The shutter could be a Petri Carperu MXV or a Copal SV.
Technical specifications[edit | edit source]
- Lens : Petri Orikkor A.C. 45 mm f/1.9
- Shutter : 10-speed + B Petri Carperu MXV
- Light meter : uncoupled selenium, 10 - 200 ISO