domingo, 22 de fevereiro de 2015

Praktica MTL 5 B

Praktica MTL 5 B


The Praktica MTL 5 B is a 35mm SLR made in Dresden, East Germany by Pentacon between 1985 & 1989. About 567,000 examples were produced[1]. It is a minor upgrade from the Praktica MTL 5. It features TTL exposure metering, triggered by a stop down button next to the front-mounted shutter release. A match-needle display on the right side of the viewfinder indicates whether the chosen combination of shutter speed and aperture will lead to under-, over-, or correct exposure. The meter is powered by a battery fitted in the base. On early models a PX25 mercury battery was required; later models used the LR44 alkaline. Batteries are not required if metering is not used. Film speed set by lifting and rotating the shutter speed dial.

The metal-curtained focal plane shutter runs vertically at speeds from 1s to 1/1000s, plus B (bulb) for long exposures. The film speed setting ranges from 12 ASA (12 DIN) to 1600 ASA (33 DIN). Interchangeable lenses utilize the M42 screw mount, with the Zeiss Jena-copy Pentacon 1.8/50mm non-coated lens being most commonly found.

The MTL 5 B was also sold by Foto-Quelle as the Revue ML.

Other features

Microprism in viewfinder has diagonal pattern.
Self-timer with 10-second delay.
X-flash sync is at 1/125s.

Fonte: Camerapedia


A minha parece ser um modelo posterior, usando a bateria LR44.


Sites de referência



Praktica MTL 5 B - amostra 1
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Praktica MTL 5 B - amostra 3

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