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Petri Penta: Repair info?

Steven Bristow , May 02, 2010; 09:46 p.m.

Hello all, some of you may have seen my post about the "off brand" cameras where I mentioned my purchase of a Petri Penta. It's the original screw mount model.

The camera is jammed, this is one of those I can't seem to figure out. I originally bought it for the lens, but the body is so interesting that I can't bear to use it for parts.

I have searched all over the internet for repair information and found none. So, can anyone help me out?

Thanks, Steve

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