Asahi Pentax Spotmatic SP with case and lens cap.
The Spotmatic SP was introduced by Asahi in 1964 and was the first camera to sell well with Through-the-Lens light metering. The camera was entirely mechanical apart from the light meter. A small switch on the (photographer's) left side of the lens housing was pushed up to stop down the lens and activate the meter; the exposure controls would then be adjusted to centre a needle on the right edge of the viewfinder. The body accepts lenses with a 42mm Pentax/Praktica screw thread, giving a huge range of alternatives. The system became the workhorse of many professionals of the period.
This guy features a 55mm 1:1.8 Super-Takumar lens which is in excellent conditon.
Overall condition - Excellent
Example photos can be found here - https://www.lomography.com/cameras/3357109-asahi-pentax-spotmatic-sp/photos
This camera has been mechanically tested and is in full working condition
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