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(ขายแล้ว)Konica Hexar AF 35mm Rangefinder(สินค้ามือสอง)สภาพสวย ใช้งานเต็ม มีFlashให้ - คลิกที่นี่เพื่อดูรูปภาพใหญ่

(ขายแล้ว)Konica Hexar AF 35mm Rangefinder(สินค้ามือสอง)สภาพสวย ใช้งานเต็ม มีFlashให้ - คลิกที่นี่เพื่อดูรูปภาพใหญ่

(ขายแล้ว)Konica Hexar AF 35mm Rangefinder(สินค้ามือสอง)สภาพสวย ใช้งานเต็ม มีFlashให้ - คลิกที่นี่เพื่อดูรูปภาพใหญ่

(ขายแล้ว)Konica Hexar AF 35mm Rangefinder(สินค้ามือสอง)สภาพสวย ใช้งานเต็ม มีFlashให้ - คลิกที่นี่เพื่อดูรูปภาพใหญ่

(ขายแล้ว)Konica Hexar AF 35mm Rangefinder(สินค้ามือสอง)สภาพสวย ใช้งานเต็ม มีFlashให้ - คลิกที่นี่เพื่อดูรูปภาพใหญ่

(ขายแล้ว)Konica Hexar AF 35mm Rangefinder(สินค้ามือสอง)สภาพสวย ใช้งานเต็ม มีFlashให้ - คลิกที่นี่เพื่อดูรูปภาพใหญ่

(ขายแล้ว)Konica Hexar AF 35mm Rangefinder(สินค้ามือสอง)สภาพสวย ใช้งานเต็ม มีFlashให้

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Konica Hexar AF 35mm Rangefinder(สินค้ามือสอง)สภาพสวย ใช้งานเต็ม มีFlashให้ 

 

Konica Hexar AF

  The Ultimate Available Light Fixed Lens Point & Shoot

The Konica Hexar AF is a wonderful available light candid camera,  yet deceptively simply and deceptively complex.  In some ways it has no peer, justifying its "cult" camera status as the ideal stealth street camera.   High points include a fast sharp lens combined with incredibly quiet and fast operation -- quieter and faster in operation than a Leica M6 !!     While some of the  controls are a pain, the Hexar AF occupies a unique place in cameradom: the most technologically advanced 35mm camera yet made with a fixed 35/2 or faster lens.   The original black Hexar and black Hexar Autodate have "stealth" film advance mode, probably the quietest motorized film advance of any 35.  On second thought, in silent mode I can't hear the camera operate -- I have never found a quieter 35mm camera.  It would be great for film sets or courtrooms.

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Major Features

  • With its autofocus combined with Aperture or Programmed exposure modes, the Hexar AF offers considerably faster operation than any classic manual focus rangefinder, including the Leica M series.  Active infrared from 2 feet to infinity in 290 steps.
  • Fixed sharp 7 element 6 group 35/2 Lens to f/22, 46mm filter.  This lens is reputed to be a near copy of the Leica non-aspheric 35/2 Summicron. 
  • AE Lock combined with AF lock by slightly depressing shutter release
  • Precise fast infrared active autofocus with mostly useless manual over-ride
  • Unbelievably quiet film advance in "Silent Mode" aka "Stealth" film advance
  • Programmed, Aperture priority, and match needle exposure
  • Shutter Speeds indicated in LCD panel on top of camera
  • Non-TTL Metering:  15 degree  (EV 0 - 16/ISO 100) or 4  degree (EV 3 - 18/ISO 100)spot silicon cell metering, notice the centerweighted meter is 3 stops more sensitive for low light, while the spot meter will respond to two stops higher light levels, metering cell is on front near traditional self timer location
  • Excellent bright viewfinder
  • Superb ergonomic shape, very easy to hold with the built in grip
  • All models have, or can be upgraded to, AF focusing for Infrared films -- adjustable for Kodak or Konica IR films.   To me personally at least, this is a VERY BIG DEAL since I love IR  films, but not the hassle of manually refocusing the lens each shot.   Damn, I wish ALL  AF cameras had this feature.

Details

  • Electronic leaf Shutter speed range 30 seconds to 1/250th, plus T
  • Flash sync at all speeds for manual or aperture priority exposures. 
  • Dials and shutter release large and easy to use 
  • Button controls small and awkward to use
  • Quiet motorized film advance with automatic end of roll rewind, also unfinished roll film rewind
  • Silent Mode film advance is extremely quiet, quieter than the legendary Leica M cameras, but it may not work if battery condition is low
  • Close focus .6 meters
  • DX film speed setting 25-5000, manual setting 6-6400
  • Built in lens shade
  • Powered by 2CR5 6 volt lithium battery, good for an estimated 200 24 exposure rolls
  • Auto off in two hours
  • All models have, or can be upgraded to, double exposures 
  • Auto Film Rewind shows film leader near the end on LCD panel, open the camera back then if you want out of the cartridge film leader
  • Manual Rewind before the end of roll by depressing the "R" button with the tip of a pencil or pen
  • Konica made an excellent Hexar case, but it seems to be hard to find on the used market
  • Basic small HX914 dedicated flash, NO TTL flash or sophisticated flash features --  flash sync at all speeds
  • Auto operation 2 to 23 feet with 100 film, guide number 46 in feet with 100 film
  • HX914 usable in aperture priority, manual, or programmed modes
  • Usable with any flash or flash combination, not limited to on camera flash like most P/S
  • All models have, or can be upgraded to, the extremely useful and accurate Guide Number flash system .  This allows you to get accurate flash exposures with any flash, so long as you set the correct GN.  What happens is the aperture opens or closes to match the flash output as you focus. 

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Viewfinder

  • Bright and easily seen, even wearing glasses
  • Center cross hairs to indicate AF focus point
  • Parallax corrected with motorized framelines
  • Frame lines  easily seen, but not as bright as Leica M framelines
  • Green AF focus confirmation LED
  • Distance Scale in finder
  • Too close focus warning
  • Plus/Minus LEDs for match needle and over/under exposure warnings
  • NO shutter speeds or f/stop finder display

Manual Over-rides

  • Exposure Compensation, plus/minus 2 stops in 1/3 stops
  • Manual Focus -- but VERY awkward and time consuming
  • AE lock
  • Program Biasing -- a very well thought out option
  • Manual set ISO possible

Negatives

  • wpe18.gif (118201 bytes)Many functions with the small  "Select" and "MF" buttons are not labeled.   If you don't have them memorized, or don't have an instruction book handy, these effectively secret commands become "The Lost Commands of Hexar."   A prime example is the ever valuable Silent Mode film advance command.  Intuitive controls the Hexar is NOT. 
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  • Even if you know the controls, the small multi-function "Select" and "MF" buttons are difficult to work and often confusing.  The Hexar AF would be a MUCH better camera if these were replaced by easier to operate dials.
  • A strange thing is that the LCD frame counter disappears whenever you depress the shutter release slightly:  to be replaced by the various camera status readouts. I've never seen a camera before where the frame counter can disappear -- it can be a bit irritating if you are near the end of the roll.
  • No battery = dead camera
  • While the Hexar does have manual focus over-ride, in practical terms it is so awkward to use it's a waste of time to most photogs
  • Meter cell window on camera front in traditional self timer position.   Photog's fingers  may obscure meter and IR focusing beam if not careful.
  • Top speed 1/250th, this can be a major disadvantage to some shooters. You can get around this to some extent with a neutral density filter, but you must remember to manually reset the film speed, since the meter does not read through the filter.
  • I would have preferred a more advanced interchangeable data back fitting all Hexars, instead of a fixed databack on only one model.
  • No standard PC connection, but can be used with studio flash via hot shoe/PC connection adapter, IR transmitter, or slave to on camera flash.
  • No cable release of any kind, the only substitute of sorts is the self timer.
  • The Hexar's instruction booklet is poorly written, making it difficult to understand all the camera's functions.  If there is a "worst camera instruction book" award, the Hexar AF may get first prize.

Which Hexar AF is Best for You ?

  • 1993  Original Black Hexar: with easy to grip black rubberized finish, stealth film advance or normal film advance,  with NO databack. 
  • wpe77.gif (29516 bytes)Same camera with databack, the "Autodate" Databack Hexar pictured to the right: same as above but with bulkier simple date back for day, month, year, or time, stealth film advance or normal film advance.   The databack original Hexar is rare. 
    • Many consider the black easy to grip rubberized surface of the first two Hexars the most usable and least obvious of the Hexar series
    • While these Hexars had the very desirable quiet "stealth" film advance,  they did not have four features which Konica will happily still upgrade them to for only $30:   multiple exposures, AF focusing for Infrared Kodak or Konica films, Guide number focusing flash exposure, and a one button option to quickly switch to match needle exposure mode with spot metering.   If you do have an original Hexar with the old software, get it updated as soon as you can.  Konica isn't going to keep offering this upgrade forever you know !
    • UPDATE:  I happened to meet the retired US Sales Konica sales manager.  According to him, the black AutoDate Hexar AF is actually a very rare camera.   When introduced, no US dealers wanted them.  He remembers only 20 AutoDates being officially imported into the US.   He also said that ONLY the original Hexar and Hexar AutoDate have the completely silent film advance, contrary to many other sources. 
  • Rhodium: -- pinkish color -- same specs as upgraded original Hexar
  • Classic: 1993 silver chrome finish Hexars commemorating the 120th Anniversary of Konica.  Hard to find since only 2000 were made, special gray presentation box, top plate engraved "120 Years, Since 1873."   The only Hexar AF with Auto Bracketing!  Otherwise, the same specs as the upgraded Original Hexar.   
  • Gold Hexar: gold plated Classic commemorating Konica's 120th Anniversary, only 500 made  See Pics
  • Silver: 1997 same specs as upgraded Hexar but NO Silent Mode (wah !!! )  To me, no silent mode means the Silver is the Hexar NOT to buy.  Naturally of course, the Silver is also the only Hexar AF in current  production.  Apparently there was some kind of patent infringement, and Konica had to remove the silence. 

Personally I prefer the original Hexar over the later Hexars:

  1. I love the super silent "stealth" film advance option.
  2. The original Hexar is likely to cost less than the later versions on the used market, though black is often a more popular color.   I have no proof of it, but I also believe more original Hexars were made than the later models, so it will be easier to find one.
  3. The original Hexar's black finish is much more in keeping with the stealth capacity of Silent mode film advance -- at the same time I don't much  like the "flashiness" of the later Hexars
  4. You can have Konica upgrade the original Hexar to all later Hexar features except auto-bracketing for only $30
  5. I don't have much use for the basic data back features offered by the AutoDate

 

The Lost Commands of Hexar

Many Hexar AF functions are completely inaccessible if you don't know the secret unlabeled commands.   It's kind of like having a secret password or secret handshake.   Woe to you if you buy a used Hexar without an instruction booklet.  Come to think of it, considering how poorly it's written, woe to you if you buy a used Hexar with an instruction booklet.  The guys who designed it must have had fun hiding the functions with no labels on the controls -- "Oh yeah, well look at this, I can do even better, they won't be able to figure this one out even if they have the instruction booklet...HA HA HA HA."   This section is not written to cover all the commands, just the hidden ones that I know of.  If you don't know what the "P, A, or M" on the Hexar's top plate most likely mean, take a photography class.      

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Note the metering and AF sensors in the traditional self timer position, built in hand grip

  • "Stealth" silent film advance: this one is a real problem, since it is so important, yet COMPLETELY unlabeled on the controls !! 1) Turn the camera off  2) Press the "MF" button and hold it down 3) Turn the camera on to any position  4) Continue holding down the MF button until  a "L" for Low Sound appears  on the left side of the LCD panel   5) Release MF button and shoot silently in all exposure modes  6) Stealth film advance will work on all camera modes, until you turn off the  camera, which unfortunately resets the camera to normal advance.
  • SPOT Metering: 4 Degree Spot metering available ONLY when the camera is in the "M" manual exposure mode.  You adjust the aperture with the large aperture, the shutter speed with the + /- buttons, according to the red + - LEDs in the viewfinder. 
  • Infinity Lock: If you have used a screw mount Leica, you know about infinity locks.  This allows you to lock the lens focus at infinity to quickly take pics.  Most everything will be in focus with this 35mm lens at smaller apertures.   1) Turn the camera on  2) Press the "MF" button until you see a "999" in the LCD window.  Your camera is now locked on infinity in all exposure modes   3) It will stay locked on infinity until you press the "MF" button again to see an "AF" for Autofocus in the LCD window  or you turn off the camera -- which will reset the Hexar to AF when you turn it back on. 
  • Lock Focus Distance: 1) focus with AF  2) Press down shutter release half way  3) Press MF button to lock focus at that distance -- the distance will be indicated in the LCD panel 4) Focus will stay locked until you press the "MF" button again, or until you turn off the camera
  • Manually Set Film Speed: 1) Turn the camera to "A" mode  2) Hold down the "Select" button until you see the ISO film speed in LCD panel  3)  Use the unlabeled + / -  buttons next to the aperture dial to select film speed
  • Experienced Hexarians will notice not all the secret commands are listed here. There is a good reason for that,  I haven't successfully deciphered the #@%* instruction book yet !
  • Some not too popular Hexar AF features:
  • Camera automatically resets from Silent to regular advance after you turn it off
  • Camera automatically resets filter or film compensation after you turn it off
  • Camera automatically resets the film ISO every time you reload if you are not sticking to the DX film speed rating.
  • 1/250th Top Speed

 

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The Hexar's body is about the same size as the M6, though slightly thicker. On the right, 3 fast lensed available light cameras:  Olympus RD, Hexar, Leica M6.

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