I'm new in collecting soviet cameras.
I've already had one, which is Zorki-4.
Thank you for this website that you have
made, this has become one of my main
|Great site. picked up a zenit ttl
olympic edition last weekend at the
market for a few dollars, leather case
intace. it was awesome to be able to
locate it and learn about it on what
will become my favourite site on the net
in coming years as I accumulate cameras!|
|Thanks for the site,great information.
I started photography in 1973 with a
Zenit B,the way we capture images may
have changed with digital but the basics
are the same and I thank my early time
with my Zenit as my learning curve.
Best wishes |
|Thanks for a good selection of a
|Thanks for the qualitative information.|
|This site is brilliant, been using it
for a long time to recognise which year
my cameras have been made! Excellent
stuff keep it going :D Learned about new
cameras too so positives only haha!|
|A goldmine of reference information.
Thank you so much.|
|OMG! ... I haven't seen all the page
and i'm just ... speechless :D i saw
your cameras in retronaut.com and
they're AWESOME! Wish you luck from
|A very interesting website.
I have two Russian cameras: a Fed 3 and
a Zorki 4.
All the best from Nova Scotia, Canada.
|dear all - this is the best my friend
|Hello, when are you going to come to us
in Russia? Sincerely Tatyana.|
|This is an excellent site for
camera-obsessed people like myself. I
did not realize that there were so many
different Russian cameras outside the
Smena, Lubitel, Zorki, Fed, Zenith,
I have three Smenas, a Lubitel & a
Zenith. I once bought a Zorki 4 new in
the 60s - it worked fine except for
uneven exposure across the frame width
presumable due to focal plane shutter
fault. All the cameras are built like
"tanks", even the plastic-bodied ones.
Thanks again for an ace site.|
|Great website. It just helped me to
identify a GOMZ FK 13x18 which I
purchased recently for my collection
||Boise, Idaho USA
|I started collecting Soviet cameras in
early 2002. At one time I had more than
100 ranging from an early FED NKVD to
Leningrads and Kievs. Now I'm down to
about 50 cameras--mostly FEDs and
Zorkis. I'm not actively collecting
now. You have some excellent information
on the variations of the different
models. Very informative.|
I have got an old Zenit EM (N 76042064)
camera. It is of no use to me. If I
could help you in any manner it will be
my pleasure. you can mail me at
email@example.com or you can SMS