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SobikSaabik    Prague   2011-04-10 21:00
Nice site!! I love soviet cams! Thank you!

Hou Yin   E-mail: Singapore   2011-04-05 19:10
Great website! I learnt a lot about russian cameras from this as I didn't know the differences. Thanks!

William J Read   E-mail: Stafford, UK   2011-03-29 15:54
A first class swebite that brought the memories back for me. The Techical & Optical Equipment shop in High Holborn, London was a centre for Soviet equipment of all types, from the Astrad Solar and later Vega Selena radios to microscopes, telescopes and cameras. I own a range of Russian/Soviet optical equipment, including telescopes, binoculars, a monocular and a Fed camera... and a Polyot watch is on my wrist at the moment.

martinmalzwei   E-mail: vienna Home page: 2011-03-22 19:18
I NEED HELP! i own LOMO LC-A, the one with the GOST mark, not the ASA mark and i need help because i can't find a ASA/ISO to GOST converter! i searched the whole internet but all converters are wrong! i can choose between 16, 32, 65, 130 & 250 GOST, but what is what? thanks in advance and i love this website! i'm a huge 'fan' of russia/ussr and photography. much love from vienna, austria

ken smith   E-mail: nelson england Home page: 2011-02-22 10:26
thanks for a wonderful site I used to work for T.O.E subsidiary of mashpriborintorg importers to england of russian equipment so your site is like a trip down memory lane for me,keep up the good work and all best wishes Ken

Stamos   E-mail: Athens, Greece   2011-02-19 23:03
Excellent site, useful information regarding the Russian cameras and what a helpful person, Aidas! Thank you very much for the info and the quick replies!

Hubertus Bendi   E-mail: Lueneburg/Bleckede Home page: 2011-02-19 16:15
a great site you made! Amazing and with consolidated knowledge

Boris G.   E-mail: Jerusalem   2011-02-08 18:23
Real beautiful site. I love that it built in very systematic manner and designed with good taste. It helps me to determine when my Zorki-4 was produced, and also I got a lot of interesting info about other russian camearas Большое спасибо за создание этого проекта!

Brian Rowe   E-mail: Leicester, UK.   2011-02-07 21:46
My Zorki "C" Type 2b has the serial No. 56007687, so is older than the one you quote as found on Ebay. Hope this is of interest to you. B. Rowe.

GREENBLOOD   E-mail: SACRAMENTO CA.   2011-01-31 23:00

rafa   E-mail: Vitoria - ES Brasil   2011-01-30 13:36
Hi, it's a great site you have here. I'm working on a advertising agency and a lomo lover. I don't have the money To buy a original Lomo LCA, so a both a china LCA. I'm sorry, hehe. Great job. congratulations.

Dr Robotnik        2011-01-11 02:32
Your site is a great resource, it is a shame hackers have broke it! (Domain Redirects at random times)

Lou    Connecticut/ North Caroli   2011-01-04 20:29
great website, excellent work!! I have 2 Soviet era cameras thanks to a friend in the Czech Republic, the first was self explanatory, the second I was lost on till I found your website. Thank You!!

Mike     Gliwice, Poland   2010-12-29 21:31
very good and useful website. Regards from Poland

Em.   E-mail: Brussels (BE)   2010-12-26 22:45
Indeed your site is very interesting for research & dating of model's variations. Among my collection of (approx.) a hundred cameras, I own a single russian: a Zorki-3 with engraved #5504305. Camera which I have bought on auction from a deceased gent. Seems to mix-up features of PM1285. Arrow for positioning of its image-counter. No markings on its top plate.

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