“When the Pentax Spotmatic was introduced to the public at the 1960 Photokina… it attracted immediate and keen attention. Not available for purchase at that time, it was a model of the advanced features and design that would be incorporated into cameras of the future.” – Honeywell Pentax operating manual
A.shutter speed index B.shutter speed dial C.rapid wind lever D.asa film speed setting E.shutter release F.automatic reset exposure counter G.’cocked’ indicator H.d-ring lug I.self-timer cocking lever J.focusing ring K.x flash terminal L.fp flash terminal M.preview lever N.exposure meter switch O.film type reminder dial P.rewind knob Q.rewind crank R.film type index mark S.diaphragm ring T.diaphragm and distance index mark U.distance scale V.exposure counter index mark W.depth-of-field guide
horizontal position a: hold the camera firmly with your left hand, and draw your arm close to your body.
vertical position b: hold the camera tightly to your forehead with your left hand, and draw your right arm close to your body.
vertical position c: hold the camera tightly to your forehead with your left hand, raise your right arm and draw your left arm to your body.