Pentax Espio 140 V is a 35mm compact camera with autofocus and zoom lens, issued by Pentax in 1994. Encased in a compact, low-profile body, the ESPIO 140V features a 38mm~140mm (3.7X) zoom lens and a host of user-friendly features including high-quality optics and a protective, stylish sliding lens cover. The lightweight body of the ESPIO 140V features a high-performance PENTAX zoom lens with Super-Multi-Coating (smc), which incorporates two aspherical elements in its eight-element/six-group optics to deliver high-quality images. The Pentax Espio 140 V also features the PENTAX-developed Switchover Zoom system that contributes to the cameras compact size and allows the powerful lens to switch effortlessly from wide-angle to telephoto. The ESPIO 140V low-profile design is easy to hold and the silver-colored body with large metallic-finish parts is attractive. The cameras front panel is covered with a full-face, slide-open lens protector to avoid damage to the lens during storage and transport.
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