Film camera Pentacon FM is a single-lens camera manufactured by Zeiss Ikon as part of Pentacon.
The cameras used the Contax FM base and were exported to Germany.
Pentacon FM Specifications
|Issue||VEB Zeiss Ikon Dresden||Chief Designer||Walter henning|
||September 1958 - June 1961||Total produced||Together with Contax FM (17,280)|
|Shutter||Mechanically controlled horizontal stroke with fabric curtains||Available excerpts shutter
||B, 1/1, 1/2, 1/5, 1/10, 1/20, 1/50, 1/100, 1/200,1/500, 1/1000|
|Viewfinder||Pentaprism, center-split focusing screen||Mirror||Non-refundable automatically|
|Film feed||knob film advance, loose film take-up spool, manual frame counter||Bayonet mount||M42x1|
||no||Flash||X-sync, connector on the body for the cable|
||no||Aperture display in viewfinder
|Notes||Export version Contax FM
Engraved "Ernemann Tower" on the top cover
|Lens||Jena T 2.8 / 50|