Between 1978 and 1985 Pentax sold the Pentax Auto 110 (and later, the Auto 110 Super), a miniature SLR system built around Kodak’s small-format 110 film cartridges. The 110 system is no longer with us, but thanks to an almost identical frame size, its lenses are a perfect match for the Micro Four Thirds system. Join us as we discover the joy of using vintage Pentax 110 lenses on a modern digital camera.
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- Brief intro to the Pentax 110 system
- Which lenses do we have?
- Sample images
- Frame size and lens coverage
- Should Pentax join Micro Four Thirds?
Sample gallery from this episode
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