The Pentax 6x7 camera was introduced in 1969 and is known for being styled after a standard 35mm SLR camera. Pentax 6x7 is a 6x7cm medium format SLR system that produces 10 images on a roll of 120 or 20 images on a roll of 220 film.
All generations of Pentax 6x7 cameras feature an electronically controlled curtain shutter that can reach speeds up to 1/1000th of a second. Finders are interchangeable and a TTL prism finder as well as a waist level finder, a non-TTL prism, and a chimney finder are available. The 67 II model offers TTL Aperture-Priority Auto-Exposure operation.
Pentax 6x7 cameras are very large but shooting it is comfortable because you are able to hold it up to your eye like a standard 35mm camera, despite having a huge 6x7 negative, unlike the Hasselblad V system which has very different ergonomics. A wide range of lenses is available for this system and the 105mm F2.4 is one of the most hyped medium format lenses on the market.