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Rating: no ratingMultum in parvo, the newly introduced MZ-M is in effect a non-autofocus version of Pentax's popular MZ autofocus models. In hand it feels tiny but beautifully engineered, as Pentax's have been for the last 40 years. The size and styling make it an unusual thing - a pretty camera. Under the surface is a full gamut of exposure modes, a terrific viewfinder crammed with information and a depth of field preview. Hurrah for Pentax!
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