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PENTAX IQZoom with an AF ZOOM MACRO LENS. for 35 mm film. I'd like to get the instruction manual.

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Here's a link for your IQZoom Instruction manual:
http://www.pentaximaging.com/files/manual/IQZoom105WR.pdf
Hope this helps.

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