Question about Pentax ZX-7 35mm SLR Camera
Posted by Anonymous on
The shutter assembly has failed, a common fault with all older autofocus SLR's. it's nothing to do with the autofocus itself, just that AF SLR's usually tend to have fully electronically operated shutters which cannot be serviced and repaired like older models.
The only fix is to replace it, but it's no longer available and even if you do find one the repair is not economically worthwhile.
If you're not too choosy as to the brand, then free similar SLR models complete with lenses are regularly available on FreeCycle and Freegle. It's where I got all of mine.
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