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The KR-10 is an SLR for 35mm film made by Ricoh, beginning in 1980.
KR-10 offers aperture-piority autoexposure; but this is a simpler model, omitting the multiple-exposure control or the aperture-ring sighting window in the viewfinder.
To unlock the shutter, the film wind lever must be pulled outwards. The electronically-timed copal shutter provides a wide range of speeds from 1/1000 second to 4 seconds plus B, with flash sync up to 1/125 sec. (In autoexposure mode, the shutter can stay open for up to 8 seconds). The shutter is dependent on power from two 1.5v LR44/SR44 batteries, without which only the mechanical speeds of "X" (1/90th second) and B may be used. A half-press on the shutter release is needed to activate the exposure indicator needle in the viewfinder.
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