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Discussion in 'Pentax Chat' started by Pen-Man, Oct 25, 2001.

  1. Pen-Man

    Pen-Man Well-Known Member

    Just looking on the Pentax site hppt/www.pentax.com. It states here that the MZ-M has multiple exposure mode. I can't find any reference in the instruction manual and would be pleased if anyone could tell me how to achieve double exposures.

    Keep rocking
  2. Reading

    Reading Well-Known Member

    Are you sure it isnt multiple exposure modeS??

    As in Aperture priority, shutter priority, program, manual etc?

    I know the MZ-5 and MZ-3 dont let you take multiple exposures and I am guessing the MZ-M could be the same.

    Just interpretation of what they say I think!
  3. BigWill

    BigWill Gorgeous oversensitive Nikon-loving cream puff

    Who can ever forget the Benny Hill sketch where the girl says "What's this thing called love?" and then Benny rushes in as the director and says "no no no"
    it's" "What is this thing........called love"
  4. Tommy

    Tommy Well-Known Member


    It's not the size of your lens that matters; it's the depth of your field!

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