Τρίτη, 30 Ιουνίου 2009

LUXETTE CYLUX

Type: viewfinder camera Manufacturer: Cima (?) Year of launch: 1950 (?) Film/frame size: type No. 127 film rolls/4×4cm Lens: Roeschlein-Kreuznach Cymat 1:7,7 Shutter: Synchro-Cylux with speeds 1/25, 1/50, 1/75, and 1/100 sec. plus B mode, setable with lever on lens barrel Aperture: three round masks behind lens, for f-stops 7.7, 11 and 16, selectable with lever on lens barrel Viewfinder: reverse Galilean Film advance: knob, red film advance control window in camera back

BEIRETTE

AGFA OPTIMA 1A

VOIGTLANDER VITO C

ZEISS IKON IKOMATIC F

Type: viewfinder camera Manufacturer: Bilora Year of launch: 1964 Film: 126 film cartridges Lens: Frontar Shutter: speeds 1/30 sec. with flash, 1/60 sec. for daylight

ZEISS IKON COLORA

Introduced: 1960 Withdrawn: 1962 Lens: Novar 45mm f3.5 Shutter: Pronto, 1/30-1/250 +B with self-timer and flash sync for bulbs (at 1/30) + electronic (at all speeds) [1] Catalogue number: 10.0629

ZEISS IKON CONTINA

ZEISS IKON CONTINA

ZEISS IKON CONTAFLEX


KODAK RETINETTE 1B

This model was manufactured from 1959 to 1963 with S/Nos 50981 to 274266 Compact viewfinder Lens Type: Rodenstock Reomar 45mm f2.8 - f22 Shutter Type: Pronto LK 6 Speed + B, 15,30,60,125,250,500

KODAK RETINETTE 1A

This model was manufactured from 1961 to 1963 with S/Nos 50001 to 233146 35mm Compact Viewfinder Lens Type:- Fixed 45mm f2.8 - f22 Schneider Kreusnach Reomar Focus: Calibrated scale with zone stops. Shutter:- Pronto 4 speed + B 30,60,125,250

Κυριακή, 28 Ιουνίου 2009

OLYMPUS TRIP 35

Viewfinder: Standard Albada, with parallax marks. Red indication for too little light. Trick peephole to see exposure and focus settings as set on lens. The ridged window to the right of the finder window is fake, mimicking a rangefinder. Focus: Manual by scale, visible through viewfinder. Top scale, visible through finder, shows icons or headshot (1m/3'), twoshot (1.5m/5'), group shot (3m/10') and infinity. Bottom scale calibrated in meters and feet. Lens: 40mm f/2.8 Olympus D. Zuiko, 4 elements, three groups. Appears to be a front-element focusing Tessar. Close Focus: 2.9' (0.9m). Diaphragm: two bladed, diamond-shaped, stopping down to about f/22. Shutter: 1/40 or 1/200, automatically selected. No bulb setting. Cable Release: Standard socket in shutter release button. Meter: Selenium cell around lens. (automatically incorporates any filter factors.) Exposure: Program automatic (A) and fixed-aperture for flash. Note: if you chose a large aperture for flash and work in bright light, it stops down accordingly but keeps the shutter speed at 1/40. Exposure range: EV 8-1/3 (1/40 at f/2.8) to EV 17-1/6 (1/200 at f/27). Film Speed: Third stops from ASA 25 - 400, except ASA 32. Filter Size: 43.5mm screw in. Low Light Warning: If exposure would go below 1/40 at f/2.8, the shutter locks and a red transparent flag rises from the bottom of the finder in A setting. (If this happens, use flash.) Flash: Hot shoe and PC terminal. Film Advance: Thumb wheel. Rewind: via crank and bottom release button. Back Opening: via catch along left bottom. Film Loading: Put leader on tooth in slot. Size: 4.912" W x 2.861" H x 2.269" D (124.77mm W x 72.67mm H x 57.62mm D)l, measured. Weight: 13.77 oz. (390.5g), measured, naked: no film or strap.

OLYMPUS PEN EE

The PEN EE ("Electric Eye") Series featured a built-in meter and automatic exposure (AE). The first model, the EE, used a simplified AE: there was only one shutter speed (1/60) and the aperture was selected by the camera. This is the first in a line of EE models that remained in production until 1986, making it the world's longest living production camera. Fitted with a hyperfocal lens and an EE exposure system it is almost fool-proof. The first model is quite rare, has grained leatherette covers and a single speed shutter. Compared to the models before, completely newly constructed. The PEN EE was now with a selen light meter and the meter cell around the lens. The former models needed manual exposure setting but the PEN EE had an automatic setting. The PEN EE was a real snap shot camera. Due to the fair sales price, this small camera was very popular and sold in high numbers. The cameras from 1961 were marked on front with Olympus, the cameras built since 1962 with Olympus PEN. 1961, 361g

OLYMPUS XA2

Produced 1980-86 Olympus Optical Co. Ltd., Tokyo, Japan Film type 135 (35mm) Picture size 24mm x 36mm Weight 200g Lens D.Zuiko 35mm 1:3.5-22 (4 elements in 3 groups) Focal range 1.3m to infinity in 3 zones Filter size n/a Shutter Olympus between-lens Shutter speeds 2s-1/750 aperture-priority automatic Viewfinder Albada-type bright-line finder Exposure meter CdS Battery two SR44 / S76 silver oxide button ASA 25-800 Self-timer Thumbwheel winder

OLYMPUS XA

Lens: 35mm f/2.8 internally focused lens. Does not retract: magic optical design makes it shorter than it's own focal length! It's ready to shoot the instant you slid it open. Exposure: Aperture preferred automation. ISO: 25 to 800. Shutter: Automatic electronic analog, 1/500 - 10 seconds. Aperture: two-bladed manual, f/2.8 - f/22. Focus: Rangefinder. Power: Two S76 cells. Colors: Black; also red, silver or blue. Weight: 7.800 oz (221.15g) with batteries (measured). Size: 2.567" x 4.123" x 1.572" HWD (measured).

FUJICA 350 ZOOM

6 component, 7 element 1: 5.6 f=25 - 42 mm zoom, 34mm diameter, 0.5mm pitch screw in filter Shutter single speed 1/125 second Aperture set my weather symbols cloudy/over cast, sunshine, bright sunshine f/5.6, f8, f11 or f16. Finish/colour brushed aluminium and black plastic Viewfinder with parallax correction with bright 'gold' frame which looks white in the viewfinder Case plastic Box Green outer wrapper over a plastic cam shell Accessories lens cap, strap, hot shoe electronic flash Fujicolor Strobo P at 1/125th Instructions English, German/French/Italian Dimensions 125x66x28mm main body only 50mm wide, lens 40mm diameter, 16mm when at normal Weight 200g

ARGUS C3 MATCH MATIC

The lens is a Cintar f=3.5/50mm coupled with a shutter offering two speeds : Instantaneous and pose B.The C3 Match-Matic has been produced to about 350.000 from 1958 to 1966.

PETRI COLOR 35

Camera Name Petri Color 35 Color 35D Color 35E Manufacturer Petri Camera Company Place of Manufacture Japan Date of Manufacture 1968.7 1969.6 1971.8- Focusing System Scale focus1 meter / 3' ~ infinityHelical focusing using focusing wheel on camera rearViewfinder 0.46X magnification; 90% viewProjected bright frames Lens 40mm f/2.8 (4 elements in 3 groups)Angle-of-view 56°49'"fully coated and color corrected"40.5mm filter thread mount 42mm push-on lens cap 40mm f/2.8 (4 elements in 3 groups)Angle-of-view 56°49' Shutter Petri MS leaf (in-lens) shutter1/15 - 1/250 + B Petri MS leaf (in-lens) shutter1/15 - 1/300 + B Petri MS leaf (in-lens) shutter1/30 - 1/200 auto exposure Metering System Around the lens (ATL) CdS manual metering cell. Match-needle meter visible in viewfinder.EV7-17 (ASA100) Around the lens (ATL) CdS metering cell. Automatic exposure only.EV8-16.5 (ASA100) Apertures f/2.8~22 f/1.8~22 Flash Hot flash shoePC external flash connection Film type / speeds Standard 135 (35mm) filmASA 25-800 Battery type HC13/PX675 Mercury Oxide 1.3V battery Dimensions and weight 101 x 64 x 43mm 390g

Σάββατο, 27 Ιουνίου 2009

PETRI 2.8

Camera Name Petri 2.8 Color Corrected Super Manufacturer Kuribayashi Place of Manufacture Japan Date of Manufacture 1958.8-1961 Focusing System Fully coupled rangefinder. Lens Orikkor 45mm f/2.8 (4 elements in 3 groups; Tessar-type)2.8' - infinity Left-focus (infinity on left hand side) Shutter Carperu MXV leaf (in-lens) shutter 1 - 1/500 + B + self-timer Metering System n/a Apertures f/2.8 - f/22 no click stops10 shutter blades Flash "Cold" flash shoe PC external flash connection Flash type selector: M - X Film type / speeds Standard 135 (35mm) film Battery type n/a Dimensions and weight 129mm x 78mm x 68mm ; 680g

TARON PR


Taron PR ~1960
Taronar 45mm, 1:2.8
Citizen central leaf Shutter 1"-1/300 and B
Self-timer
135 film
Coupled rangefinder
Leather everready case
Auxiliary lenses: Wide-angle and Tele-photo
External viewfinder to use with auxiliary lenses
Made in Japan

TARON 35

TOWER 18B

Film Size: 135 Marketed: 1962 Lens Mount: Fixed Lens: 48mm f/2 Shutter: Copal SVK Speeds: B, 1-500

BEAUTY CAMERAS

PALMAT AUTOMATIC CAMERA

HALINA 35X

Type: viewfinder camera Year of launch: 1959 Films: 35mm Lens: 1:3.5 / 45mm Halina Anastigmat (triplet, front and rear elements single coated, middle element uncoated) Shutter: speeds 1/25-1/200 seconds plus B. Aperture: 1:3.5-1:16 Filter size: accepts A36 (36mm) clamp-on filters (same as collapsible Elmar etc.).

MINOLTA HI MATIC F

Lens : 38mm, f/2.7, Rokkor (4 elements in 3 groups) 46mm filter mountMinimum focusing distance = 0.8 meters Shutter: Seiko ESL Electronic Shutter 4 sec ~ 1/724 sec. X-flash sync at all speeds Exposure meter : Program automatic electronic exposure Lights on top of camera / rangefinder warn of under/over exposure conditions EV 0.9- 17(at ISO 100) ASA 25 to 400 Silicon cell above the lens Battery : 2 x 1.35V PX640 mercury cells (compatible with PX640A alkaline) Size and weight : 113 x 73 x 54mm ; 360g

MINOLTA ALF

Film Size: 135 Picture Size: 24x36mm Marketed: 1967 Lens Mount: Fixed Lens: Minolta Rokkor 38mm f/2.7

CANON CANONET QL 17 G3

Type 35mm Lens Shutter rangerfinder camera with shutter speed-priority EE Picture Size 24 x 36 mm Normal Lens Canon SE 45mm f/1.7 (6 elements in 5 groups) Shutter Copal SV; B, 1 to 1/500 sec. Built-in self-timer. Flash sync enabled with M-X switchable German socket Viewfinder Coincidence rangefinder integrated with reversed Galilean viewfinder. Automatic parallax correction with projected frames and marked finder. 0.7x magnification. Viewfinder bottom features aperture scale (f/1.7 - f/16) and match needle correct exposure window/exposure warning indicator. Exposure Meterand EE CdS comb-controlled shutter speed-priority EE. Metering range of EV 2.5 - 19 (at ISO 100). Film speed range of ISO 25 - 400. Manual exposure enabled by disabling AUTO. Power Source One 1.3 V MP mercury cell Film Loading &Advance After opening camera back, film leader is aligned at mark then advanced to first frame with Quick Loading (QL) system. Advances with camera-top lever. (120° single stroke) Frame Counter Counts up. Resets automatically when camera back is opened. Film Rewind Camera-top crank Dimensions &Weight 140 x 79 x 37 mm, 830 g

CANON CANONET QL17

Type 35mm Lens Shutter rangerfinder camera with shutter speed-priority EE Picture Size 24 x 36 mm Normal Lens Canon SE 45mm f/1.7 (6 elements in 5 groups) Shutter Copal SV; B, 1 to 1/500 sec. Built-in self-timer. Flash sync enabled with M-X switchable German socket Viewfinder Coincidence rangefinder integrated with reversed Galilean viewfinder. Automatic parallax correction with projected frames and marked finder. 0.7x magnification. Viewfinder bottom features aperture scale (f/1.7 - f/16) and match needle correct exposure window/exposure warning indicator. Exposure Meterand EE CdS comb-controlled shutter speed-priority EE. Metering range of EV 2.5 - 19 (at ISO 100). Film speed range of ISO 25 - 400. Manual exposure enabled by disabling AUTO. Power Source One 1.3 V MP mercury cell Film Loading &Advance After opening camera back, film leader is aligned at mark then advanced to first frame with Quick Loading (QL) system. Advances with camera-top lever. (120° single stroke) Frame Counter Counts up. Resets automatically when camera back is opened. Film Rewind Camera-top crank Dimensions &Weight 140 x 79 x 37 mm, 830 g

CANON CANONET 28

Type 35mm Lens-Shutter rangefinder camera with program EE Picture Size 24 x 36 mm Lens 40mm f/2.8 (5 elements in 4 groups) Shutter Copal. Metering range of EV 1 (f/2.8 at 1/30 sec.) - EV 17 (f/14.5 at 1/620 sec.). X-sync (program type). No built-in self-timer. Only hot shoe for automatic flash. Viewfinder Coincidence rangefinder integrated with reversed Galilean viewfinder. Parallax correction with projected frames and marked finder. 0.6x magnification. On the right within the image area are the shutter speed scale, meter needle, and overexposure and underexposure warnings. EE CdS cell for full-auto program EE. Metering range of EV 8 - 17 (at ISO 100). Film speed range of ISO 25 - 400. Power Source One 1.3 V H-D mercury cell. No battery check. Film Loading &Advance Slotted take-up spool. Advances with camera-top lever's 127° single stroke (partial strokes not enabled). Ready position at 26°. Frame Counter Counts up. Resets automatically when camera back is opened. Film Rewind Camera-top crank Dimensions &Weight 121 x 75 x 61 mm, 540 g

CANON DEMI EE 28

Type 35mm Lens-Shutter zone-focusing half-frame camera Picture Size 24 x 18 mm Lens SH 28mm f/2.8 (5 elements in 3 groups) Shutter Seiko-sha, program type, EV 8 (f/2.8 at 1/30 sec.) - 17.5 (f/25 at 1/300 sec.), B, X-sync Viewfinder Reversed Galilean viewfinder with projected frames. 0.42x magnification and 90% coverage. In image area, frame line and exposure meter needle indicate the correct exposure for f/5.6 or faster lenses at 1/60 sec. to 1/300 sec. shutter speeds. Overexposure and underexposure warnings and snap zone mark (pan focusing takes effect and zone focusing is set to 3 m) provided. Focusing Lens focusing ring for matching zone focusing marks. Pictographs for near (1 m), medium (3 m), and far distances (15 m) provided. Focusing range from 0.8 m to 15 m (infinity). EE Selenium photocell for full-auto program EE. Metering range of EV 8 - 17 (at ISO 100). Film speed range of ISO 25 - 400. Film Loading &Advance Slotted take-up spool. Advances with camera-top lever's 145 stroke (partial strokes enabled). Ready position at 20. Frame Counter Counts up. Resets automatically when camera back is opened. Film Rewind Camera-top crank Dimensions &Weight 116 x 69 x 39 mm, 290 g

YASHICA MG 1

Film type 135 (35mm) Picture size 24mm x 36mm Lens Yashinon f/2.8 45mm lens, four elements in three groups. Shutter Electronic-controlled leaf-type shutter with continuously variable speeds from 1/500 sec. to about 2 seconds; built-in self-timer; direct X contact shoe. Shutter speed sets automatically at 1/30 sec. when Auto lever is adjustable to flash setting. Viewfinder Bright frame finder with parallax correction marks; shows yellow and red exposure indicator arrows. Exposure meter Fully automatic 'Top-Eye' CdS exposure control; precise shutter speed assuring correct exposure is set automatically through pre selection of exposure symbol (lens aperture); EV range from EV2 to 17 (ASA 100); exposure indicator lamps in viewfinder and on camera top-yellow signaling slow shutter speed. ASA range From ASA 25; to 800 Film Advance Single action film advance lever advances the exposed frame and cocks the shutter. Battery One 5.6V mercury battery (Eveready E164, UCAR E 164, Mallory PX32 or equivalent.) Size and Weight; 140.6 x 72 x 82 mm; ~620 g

YASHICA ELECTRO 35 GT

Manufacturer Yashica Place of Manufacture Body: Hong KongLens: Japan Date of Manufacture 1973.4 ~ 1987.1 Focusing System Fully coupled rangefinder with built-in parallax compensationLens use helical focusing Fixed Lens 45mm, f/1.7, Color-Yashinon lens (6 elements in 4 groups)Minimum focusing distance = 0.8 meters (~2.6 feet)Right focusing (infinity on right side)55mm thread for filters, 57.5mm lens shade Shutter Copal shutter 30 (?) secs - 1/500B and "flash" settingsX-flash sync at all speedsSelf-timer on lens mount Metering System CdS cell mounted above next to rangefinderAperture priority electronic exposure Lights on top of camera / rangefinder warn of under/over exposure conditions EV ? - ? (at ISO 100) Apertures f/1.7 - f/16 Flash External hot-shoe + PC cable connection Film type / speeds Type 135 film (35mm standard)ASA 25 to 1000 Battery type 5.6v PX32 (battery check feature)-compatible with 6V PX32A; or 6V PX28 alkaline, with 40c adaptor Dimensions and weight 697g

YASHICA ELECTRO 35

Camera Name Electro 35 GSN Manufacturer Yashica Place of Manufacture Body: Hong KongLens: Japan Date of Manufacture 1973.4 ~ 1987.1 Focusing System Fully coupled rangefinder with built-in parallax compensationLens use helical focusing Fixed Lens 45mm, f/1.7, Color-Yashinon lens (6 elements in 4 groups)Minimum focusing distance = 0.8 meters (~2.6 feet)Right focusing (infinity on right side)55mm thread for filters, 57.5mm lens shade Shutter Copal shutter 30 (?) secs - 1/500B and "flash" settingsX-flash sync at all speedsSelf-timer on lens mount Metering System CdS cell mounted above next to rangefinderAperture priority electronic exposure Lights on top of camera / rangefinder warn of under/over exposure conditions EV ? - ? (at ISO 100) Apertures f/1.7 - f/16 Flash External hot-shoe + PC cable connection Film type / speeds Type 135 film (35mm standard)ASA 25 to 1000 Battery type 5.6v PX32 (battery check feature)-compatible with 6V PX32A; or 6V PX28 alkaline, with 40c adaptor Dimensions and weight 697g

YASHICA LYNX 14E

Camera Name Lynx 14 Manufacturer Yashica Place of Manufacture Body: Japan Lens: Japan Date of Manufacture 1965.4 ~ ? Focusing System Fully coupled rangefinder with built-in parallax compensation Lens use helical focusing Fixed Lens 45mm, f/1.4, Yashinon DX lens (7 elements in 5 groups) Minimum focusing distance = 0.8 meters (~2.6 feet) Right focusing (infinity on right side) 58mm screw-in filter; 60mm push-on lens cap Shutter Copal SVE leaf shutter 1 secs - 1/500 (1 stop steps) X-flash sync at all speeds B setting Metering System CdS cell mounted on rangefinder Coupled exposure meter (match-needle) EV ? - ? (at ISO 100) Apertures f/1.7 - f/16 steplessRight stopping down (f/16 on right side) Flash External cold-shoe only PC cable connection X-M switch Film type / speeds Type 135 film (35mm standard) ASA 10 to 800 Battery type 1.35v PX625 mercury-oxide (discontinued)

YASHICA minister D

Yashica Minister D Manufactured around 1963, this 35mm rangefinder camera has a Yashica Yashinon 4.5cm f/2.8 and a Copal-SVL shutter (speeds 1 to 1/500 sec, B,M,X , delay action) and an uncoupled CDS exposure meter.

SEAGULL 205

GREAT WALL SZ 1

More than 100.000 of the Great Wall SZ-1 rangefinder cameras with spring motor film advance were made from 1969 to 1977 by the Beijing Camera Factory. The camera had a coated f=45mm 1:2.8 lens, focusable from 0.9m to infinity aided by the coupled rangefinder. The rangefinder's split image was superimposed to the viewfinder image. Its PC flash synchronized shutter allowed speeds from 1/30 to 1/300 sec. plus B mode. The first two digits of the body's serial number indicate the year of production. After some use the cameras needed a lot of awfully complicated repair and maintenance. Thus the model was replaced in 1979 by the sturdier Great Wall SZ-2. The SZ-1 itself was preceded by a dozen hand-made similar cameras under the name Beijing SZ-1 which were decorated with political slogans like Long Life To Chairman Mao. The government didn't allow to produce further cameras under the name Beijing to avoid conflicts with the proud Shanghai camera makers. The camera construction was derived from a design of Ricoh.

FED 50 AUTOMAT

2. SPECIFICATIONS Picture size, mm....................... 24 x36 Quantity of pictures...................., 36 Photographic lens INDUSTAR-81: focal length, mm..................... 3839x1 mm relative aperture..................... 1:2.8 focusing range, m.................... from 1 to oo(infinity) Coupling dimensions, mm: for plain attachments.................. Ø48 for threaded attachments ............... M46x0.75 Shutter ............................ aperture-type, behind-the-Iens Automatic mode: exposure, s........................ from 1/30 to 1/650 diaphragm........................ from 1: 2.8 to 1:14 Manual control mode: exposure, s........................ 1/30 and «B» (by hand) diaphragm........................ from 1: 2.8 to 1 :16 View finder.......................... optical, with cutting frame Synchronization with frash lamp............. «X»-contact Tripod thread ........................ 1/4"

FED 5B

Produced 1977-199? FED, Kharkov, Ukraine Film type 135 (35mm) Picture size 24 x 36mm Weight 1 lb, 9.4oz (720g) with normal lens Lens LTM 39mm Industar 61L/D 55mm 1:2.8-16 Filter size 40.5mm Focal range 1m to infinity Viewfinder coupled rangefinder Exposure meter none Shutter double cloth curtain Shutter speeds B, 1 - 1/500 Diopter correction ring Self-timer Hot shoe and PC sync connection

FED 4

Technical Data Size of picture 24 x 36 mm. Magazine charging capacity 1.65 m. for 36 pictures Lens anastigmat Industar-61 f/2.8 53 mm. Lens connecting thread M39 x 1 mm. Coupling dimensions for attachments - plane 42 mm. Coupling dimensions for attachments - threaded M40.5 x 0.5 mm. Focusing Range From 1 m. to infinity Viewfinder Optical, coupled with rangefinder, provided with dioptric correction of +/- 2D. Shutter Curtain-type, with speeds from 1 to 1/500 and B (by hand) Exposure Meter Photoelectric, single range Automatic releaser Mechanical Synchronizer X-contact, for electronic flash lamps Tripod thread 1/4 inch Mass of camera in case 0.99 kg.

FED 3

Produced 1963-1980 (type B) FED, Kharkov, Ukraine Film type 135 (35mm) Picture size 24 x 36mm Weight 25.4oz (719g) with normal lens Lens LTM 39mm Industar 61 52mm 1:2.8-16 Filter size 40.5mm Focal range 1m to infinity Viewfinder coupled rangefinder Exposure meter none Shutter double cloth curtain Shutter speeds B, 1-1/500 Diopter correction ring Self-timer

FED 1

Maker Dzerzhinsky Commune,Kharkov,Ukraine C.A. 1935 Film 135/ 36 Exposures Focusing Leica screw mount Range Finder> Double images View Finder Galilei Lens Fed 50mm F3.5 Shutter Focal Plale B,1/20 - 1/500sec Closed focus/td> 1 meter Film Winding Knob Weight 630g

FED 2

Produced 1955-1970 FED, Kharkov, Ukraine Film type 135 (35mm) Picture size 24 x 36mm Weight 1lb, 4.7oz (586.8g) with Industar-26M Lens coated LTM 39mm Industar-26M 52mm 1:2.8-22 (4 elements, 3 groups) Filter size 40.5mm Focal range 1m to infinity Viewfinder coupled rangefinder Exposure meter none Shutter double cloth curtain Shutter speeds B, 1/25-1/500 Diopter correction lever Self-timer on some versions Accessory shoe and PC sync connection

FED

Fed 1 Russian Leica Copy Camera FED1The name of FED comes form the initial of Felix Edomundovich Dzerzhinsky(from:Mckeown's Camera Price Guide). It was launched in 1935. The design looking of early model Fed 1 was very similar to the Leica II in looking designe. The lens FED(its Russian letter) 50mm F3.5 was a dead copy of Elmar. FED1 Specifications Maker Dzerzhinsky Commune,Kharkov,Ukraine C.A. 1935 Film 135/ 36 Exposures Focusing Leica screw mount Range Finder> Double images View Finder Galilei Lens Fed 50mm F3.5 Shutter Focal Plale B,1/20 - 1/500sec Closed focus/td> 1 meter Film Winding Knob Weight 630g

ZORKI 1

Specifications: Lens: Industar-22 F=50mm 1:3,5 Film type: 35mm Frame size: 24X36mm Shutter speeds: 1/20, 1/30, 1/40, 1/60, 1/100, 1/200, 1/500 of a second and "Z" Angle: 45° focusing range: from 1 to inf. m Diaphragm scale: 3.5 - 16

ZORKI4 / FAKE LEICA

KIEV 4M

Cameras Kiev-4M were produced by factory "Arsenal" (Ukraine) since 1977 up to 1985. Frame size 24X36mmShutter speeds: 1/2, 1/5, 1/10, 1/25, 1/50, 1/125, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000 of a second and "B".It is the modernized model of Kiev-4 Lenses: Jupiter-8M (2/50mm), Helios-103 (1.8/53mm)

KIEV 4M

Shutter: focal-plane (metal, vertical); 1/2s to 1/1000s and B. Lens: Interchangeable, Contax bayonet, focusing from .9 m. Typical standard lens: a coated Helios-103, 53 mm/1.8, apertures up to F/22, or 50mm/2.0 Yupiter-8M. Film transport: winding knob at the right, rewind crank at the left. Flash synchronization: PC socket; in latest models also a hot shoe. Viewing: a Newtonian viewfinder with a coupled, large-base, dual-image rangefinder. Self-timer: yes. Film loading: detachable back and bottom, secured by a two rotating knobs.

KIEV 4AM

Shutter: focal-plane (metal, vertical); 1/2s to 1/1000s and B. Lens: Interchangeable, Contax bayonet, focusing from .9 m. Typical standard lens: a coated Helios-103, 53 mm/1.8, apertures up to F/22, or 50mm/2.0 Yupiter-8M. Film transport: winding knob at the right, rewind crank at the left. Flash synchronization: PC socket; in latest models also a hot shoe. Viewing: a Newtonian viewfinder with a coupled, large-base, dual-image rangefinder. Self-timer: yes. Film loading: detachable back and bottom, secured by a two rotating knobs.