What is the difference between a pentax es ii honeywell and asahi?

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Honeywell was an American importer of Pentax cameras for a while, basically from during the Vietnam war until about the time that the K1000 came out. There is no difference in the cameras except for the Honeywell name on the top of the prism and the
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Honeywell was an American importer of Pentax cameras for a while, basically from during the Vietnam war until about the time that the K1000 came out. There is ...
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