I'm so grateful that You always help
Thank You so much!
||Leighton Buzzard, England
|Many thanks for putting this wonderful
webpage together, it's just allowed me
to identify the Lubitel-2 I purchased
off of eBay as a type K1365, serial
Once again, thanks!|
|Dr Milos Mladek
it is always a pleasure to visit your
most beautiful homepage. It is simply
outstanding! With my best wishes, yours,
|Aidas, Many thanks for the help and also
many thanks for the most impressive web
resource you have developed! |
|Thank you for making this website! Very
informative, fascinating stories and
history. I have several FSU cameras.
FED5 and 5B, Zenit11, Chaika3, Kiev35a,
Leningrad and Kiev 88. I love them all!
Thanks again. Mark.|
For starters thanks for all your hard
work. And just to inform you, I'm yet
another happy owner of Kiev 4 Type 4,
with serial no. 7622809.
I've inherited it after my grandfather
who used it for a quite long time.
So if you want to have this s-n down
there in your database, it's okay with
|Wow! I'm really enjoying this site.
I've been looking into getting either a
Leningrad or something of the type
(Maybe even a Zenit) because I enjoy the
history behind these cameras. I also
enjoy the unrefined and tank quality of
these types of cameras. I appreciate the
work you've put into this site!|
Whether you are interested in purchase
of classical Soviet cameras?
|I enjoyed your beautiful website very
much. I just got a FED 4b for my
birthday, what an amazing camera. And
what a history!
Thank you. Tom|
I've really enjoyed your fabulous
website and learned a lot over the past
couple of years about Zorki and Kiev
|Pablo F. Ribelo
|Thanks, It´s a great web site!. |
|What a great site!
I just found a Zorki-3 possibly type 2c
from a street market in St. Petersburg
for a cheap buck. I'm having a little
trouble loading new 35mm film into it.
It kinda works but the edge notches of
the film will not fit into the studs of
the timing rod. If anyone has a tip
please email me!|
What an interesting site. I collect
Kiev/ Contax cameras. Quite a good
collection particularly of the earlier
model. Easier to say what I haven't
got, 1947 Model 11, 1951 111, apart
from that I have a run from 1948. Quite
a few as new in boxes with unwrapped
accessories and in one case a receipt.
I don't think the 1947 will turn up but
I have hopes of the 1951 I'm no expert
just a fan.|
|Very informative website. i have Zenit
and Zorki and they both works good. I
have also Rubinar 8/500 and Helios 2/58.
They fit good with Pentax digital
I have a camera Smena 8M series
Sometimes when I get tired of my Canon
more taking pictures and still works
Congratulations for the site is
Sincerely, Peter DIMOFF|