The Pentax 6×7, and later the Pentax 67 and Pentax 67II, are streamlined camera systems introduced in 1969 with the original Pentax 6×7 and discontinued in 2009 with the Pentax 67II. The system consisting of the camera body, an interchangeable prism viewfinder and one or more lenses. A standard Pentax 6×7 outfit typically includes a non-metered pentaprism and a Super Takumar 105mm f/2.4 lens. A wide range of fixed focal length and zoom lenses, along with TTL-metered and other finders, were available as additional accessories. It is sometimes referred to as the P67 in online discussions and forums.
If I want to shoot with more muse, patience & ease, if I want excellent image quality for fine art photography, if I want more depths in my pictures: I use my Pentax 67II. I love this camera, right from the start when I got it two years ago and thought it was broken when I first heard the mirror hit - loudly and fiercely.
I have tried two Pentax 67ii camera bodies over the last two years. On both occasions, the body suffered from defects in the film advance mechanism. The film advance lever binds and will not advance the film. This can happen when loading a roll, or mid-roll. Either way, it renders the body useless and completely destroys confidence. I searched the internet, this problem is pervasive and well-known.
The price indicated is for a boxed mint Pentax 67II body & AE metered prism. There no signs of use and the manual, warranty cards & strap were included.