Chinon 38 Pacific Power Zoom Synchro Sound. Lens: 1,7 / 7,5 – 60 mm. Made in Japan

Chinon 38 Pacific Power Zoom Synchro Sound

Year: 1972-76

Lens: 1,7 / 7,5 – 60 mm

Auto / Manual Zoom with 2 Speeds

Frame rates: 18, 24, 48 + single frame

Manual / Auto Exposure

Backlight Control

+/-1 f-stop correction for auto

Built-in ND4X filter

Flash contact

Synchro Sound contact


Lap dissolve of 72 frames

Remote control socket

4 X 1,5V AA batteries

2,6V PX-14 Mercury cell

No sound

Compatible with all ASA settings between 25 – 400 daylight,
40 – 640 artifical light

Chinon Industries Inc. (チノン株式会社, Chinon Kabushiki-gaisha) was a Japanese camera manufacturer. Kodak took a majority stake in the company in 1997, and made it a fully owned subsidiary of Kodak Japan, Kodak Digital Product Center, Japan Ltd. (株式会社コダック デジタル プロダクト センター, Kabushiki-gaisha Kodakku Dejitaru Purodakuto Sentā), in 2004.[1] As a subsidiary, it continues to develop digital camera models.[citation needed]


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