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Sony DSLR-A100 with an M42 mount lens
My first SLR (digital or otherwise) camera, which I got in August 2006. Has suffered some loss of paint around the lens mount, but otherwise has performed flawlessly.
Sony/Minolta AF lens mount.
Minolta flash hotshoe. CCD-shift anti-shake system.
Shutter speeds: 30s-1/4000s, B. Self-timer, mirror lock-up in 2 second mode.
Flash sync: 1/125s with anti-shake, 1/160s otherwise.
Built-in flash: GN 12 (meters @ ISO 100)
Spherical acute matte pentamirror viewfinder.
Battery: NP-FM55H Lithium-Ion
The camera uses Minolta/Sony AF mount lenses natively, but I use old M42 screw mount lenses, such as the Pentax Super-Multi-Coated Takumar seen here, almost exclusively. A special electronic M42 adapter is required to take advantage of the built-in anti-shake mechanism in the A100, as this system needs knowledge of the (approximate) focal length to operate properly. Also, due to some idiocy, the focus confirmation light doesn't work without an electronic lens (or adapter) attached. Fortunately, such adapters are now available from a variety of manufacturers.
A common problem with M42 adapters is that they may be slightly too thick for the lens to achieve infinity focus. It may be hard to see this problem without a correct adapter for comparison, as it's possbile to simply attribute the infinity softness to the lens, but comparing sharpness at "infinity" and at some finite distance of focus reveals that actually most M42 adapters have infinity focus slightly off... even ones where the seller claims otherwise.
One solution to the M42 adapter infinity focus problem is to sand the face of the adapter slightly until it's thin enough to reach infinity. Personally I've used 1200 grade silicon carbide paper to sand mine. Some adapters required just a slight sanding to reach infinity, while the worst required fourth of a millimetre taken off, which was quite a chore (and caused the lens to end up in the wrong orientation when screwed on). The electric adapters seem better made with regard to infinity focus, so just get one of those.
A slight re-design of Sony's very first commercially released radio ever, the TR-55. This is extremely rare, only a handful are known to exist in the hands of collectors. Released in April of 1956 (about 8 months after the TR-55) for the domestic Japanese market. It sold in Japan for 18,900 yen and only about 3,500 were made. An unspecified amount made their way into Canada via Gendis (General Distributors) - this one found its way to me via Vancouver on November 12, 2007.
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This is the same basic cabinet as the historic TR-55 but for the TR-5 the headphone jack was moved to the side of the cabinet and the metal clasps that fastened the rear cabinet were removed. I've noted many electronic variations between the TR-5 and 55 as well. The placement of components is different.
The TR-5 was available in green, maroon and ivory. The cabinet for the maroon version was very brittle and unstable thus it did not survive the years of use well.
This example has several "battle scars" but I'm still extremely pleased and lucky to have one.
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