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Pentax Auto 110mm Film Camera with Pentax 24mm F2.8 Lens

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This Pentax Auto 110mm Film Camera with Pentax 24mm F2.8 Lens is in good overall condition and comes in full working order. This camera has a few age-related marks, but these do not affect the camera in any way. This camera comes with our 60-day money-back guarantee. 

Please note this camera uses 110mm Film. 

Regarded as the world's smallest SLR film camera, this Pentax Auto 110 is extremely rare and one for any collector. 

The Pentax Auto 110 features fully automatic exposure, with no user-settable exposure compensation or adjustments. Metering is TTL (through-the-lens) and center-weighted. Unlike 35 mm SLRs, the system's lenses do not have a built-in iris to control the aperture. Instead, an iris is mounted inside the camera body, and functions as both an aperture control and a shutter.

This mechanism is capable of programmed exposures between 1/750 s at f/13.5; and 1 s at f/2.8. To ensure that light travelling past the diaphragm blades could not get through to the film over time, the camera's mirror system also functions as a light-tight seal when in the viewing and focusing position.

Since the iris is part of the camera, all of the system's lenses had to be constructed with an f/2.8 aperture. The lens' designs, based upon the film dimensions, resulting in the 24 mm lens being the 'normal' focal length (i.e. equivalent angle of view to a 50 mm lens on a 135 format camera), while lenses of wider angles or longer focal lengths were larger.

This camera uses 110mm film. This film is still produced and is available online from brands such as Lomography. 


  • Easy to use and maintain 
  • Reliable 
  • Very rare and collectable 
  • Uses 110mm Film 
  • Sublime to use.

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Care Instructions

Keep in a warm dry place. Do not store outside or in damp areas.

Moisture will damage your 35mm film & can damage your film cameras delicate moving components.