I shall have to ask for forgiveness in advance for my abject ignorance regarding photographic equipment.
This is the reason I ask - There was a question in another forum regarding formal training, and it got me to thinking that with all the whizz bang features in modern cameras, all one has to do is point the device/camera in the general direction, and hey presto! award winning image.
Anybody remember the old days, before digital, if and when one did a course in photography, the old Pentax K1000 was the most popular camera to learn with. It had only two basic controls, shutter speed and aperture control, absolutely nothing automatic, except for the light meter in the view finder.
I never had one, BTW, mine was a Ricoh with a screw lens, can't remember what model, but similar in function.
So, to cut a long story, the question is, is there an equivalent digital version of the Pentax K1000?