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P3n / P30n, P30t

General Description

The P3n / P30n, P30t was derived from the P3 / P30 by adding the aperture priority (Av) mode, and by integrating the rubber surface design elements of the contemporary SF series cameras.

Product Variations
Exact NameP3nP3nP30nP30tP30t
Colordark grey and blackblackdark grey and blackdark greyblack
Years of Production1988 ~ 19901988 ~ 19901988 ~ 19901990 ~ 19971990 ~ 1997
Availabilityabout once a month, usedabout once a week, usedabout once a week, usedabout once a week, usedabout once a month, used
Catalog Numberunknownunknown0551005520unknown
Sold with Case

Technical Specifications

Lens MountKA
Mount Limitations
Self-Timer12 sec
Mirror Lock-Up
Cable Releasemechanical
Infra-Red Release
Additional FeaturesDOF preview
Width x Height x Depth137 x 89 x 50.5 mm
Weight500 g
Exposure System
Exposure ModesAv, M, P
Metering Modes with K and M Lensescenter-weighted
Metering Modes with A and newer Lensescenter-weighted
Meter MaterialGPD
Exposure Compensation (Step)XXX
Exposure Lockyes
Meter Range1 ~ 18 EV
Manual ISO RangeISO setting only via DX-film encoding
Film DX Range25 ~ 1600 ASA
Constructionelectronic (vertical)
Shutter Speeds1 ~ 1/1000, B
Mechanical Speeds
Magnification [Coverage]0.82x [92%]
Aperture Indication
Shutter-Speed IndicationLED
Interchangeable Screens
Power Source
Batteries2 x 1.5 Volt silver-oxide (A76, SR44) or alkaline (LR44)
Continuous Shooting
Continuous Shootingmanual wind lever
Flash System
Command Protocol(s)analog
FeaturesP, S
Synchronization Speed(s)1/100 ~ 1, B
Built-In Flash
Fitting Case(s)soft case: P3-S,
soft case: P3-L