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Non-TTL Pentax Flashes

Information format and abbreviations

Table 1. Non-TTL Pentax flash units.
Flash AF260SA AF240Z i Autorobo AF201SA AF200SA AF200S AF160SA AF160 ii AF16 Takumar
AF14
GN (ISO 100/m) 26 20 (at 35 mm)
28 (at 135 mm)
24 20 20 20 16 16 16 14
Coverage
(lens f)
35 35 ~ 135 28 35 28 28 35 28 28 ?
Auto or Program
Range (m)
1 ~ 6.5 0.7 ~ 5.0 (at 35 mm)
1 ~ 7.0 (at 135 mm)
0.5 ~ 6 1.8 ~ 3.6 0.8 ~ 5 0.6 ~ 7.1 0.48 ~ 3.9 0.5 ~ 6 0.5 ~ 6 ? ~ ?
Auto Flash
Settings
(ISO 100/m)
1/1 1/1 iii f/4, f/8 f/5.6 1/1 1/1, 1/4 1/1 1/1, 1/2 f/4, f/5.6 1/1
Power Output
Levels (manual)
1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1   1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1
Bounce   0 ~ 90 iv              
PC Socket                 yes ?
Power
Source
4 AA 4 AA 4 AA 4 AA 4 AA 4 AA 2 AA 2 AA 2 AA 2 AA
Weight (g) 175 220 316 140 160 172 100 88 102 ?
Flash
Coverage
Adapters
no-name, 35->28 mm (name?)     (AFW1, AFT1) (AFW1, AFT1)        
Accessories case case case case case case   case    
Catalog
Number
unknown 30326 unknown unknown 30365 30015 unknown unknown unknown unknown
Introduced 1991> 1986 <1977 1991> 1984 ~ 1986 1977 ~ 1980 <1988 1977 ~ 1979 1977 ~ 1980 ?
Discontinued 19981991> 1977 ~ 1980 still in production 19981991> ? 1991> 1980 ?

i = Capable of operating in program mode, despite not having the SA designation.
ii = Dedicated flash, despite not being labelled with an "S".
iii = There is one "auto" setting (f/4 @ ASA 100) and one "program" (f/5.6 @ ASA 100).
iv = Rotates 90 degrees from horizontal to vertical, but there is no bounce.