|Very helpful, thanks !|
|Great site! I've recently grown more
and more interested in Soviet cameras
and I had fun reading your posts. Keep
up the good job!|
|People like you and your friends around
the world make the internet a great
place, thank you.|
|Super Site ! My reference point for my
ever expanding collection of Soviet
cameras. Keep up the good work !|
||Shkoder / Albania
|Absolutely a point of reference and an
immence source of information!
Keep going this way...great work.
|Hello to everyone.First i want to say
very nice site.I have Cmena 8 3rd
version if some1 know price and where
can i selld pls can u help me.ty|
||Ravenstein, the Netherlan
Great and informative web site.
I have started with a Zorki 4K with J-8
and J-12 lenses and doing a test against
my M7 with Summicron and Elmarit.
All on micro type film > 400 lp/mm. It
is amazing what you can get from these
Greetz to everybody,
|Attila "Szmöre" Vörösváczki
|Hello! Firstly congratulation for your
site! It's a realy big database about
the Soviet cameras!
I'm collecting the old cams (I have
only 25 camera in my collection). I
wanna repair my Cmena 8 (3rd version -
PK2680). In the shutterhouse 3 parts
moving independently to the others and I
can't found any draws in the internet.
I need a correct service manual or
exploded drawings. Can You help me?|
It's hard to stop reading your very
interesting pages about Russian cameras
Recently I read about Jupiter-3. I have
a series of ZK 1.5 / 5 cm lens from 1948
and 1949 (Zorki), all Zeiss. And I want
to tell you that it is also interesting
and exciting to shoot with these lenses
with a Leica or Contax / Kiev even
today. And as I said, thanks for a very
interesting and exciting reading!
Best regards from Sweden|
|Thanks for very interesting reading!
I am interested in Kiev Cameras and
Just read about Jupiter-9 in LTM mount
when I have some early ones.
Some with 1.8 meter minimum focus
One of the lenses I have is from 1952,
with closed fours, but as I said with
the 1.8 meter minimum focus distance.
Content is a Zeiss lens package, with
serial number 2839783.
According to Fabrication Buck Photo
Optics, Carl Zeiss Jena (Hartmut Thiele)
as part of this Sonnar in a group of
1000 finished 1945.
But it is interesting enough to find
Zeiss in a Jupiter-9 from 1952 with a
Focusing Distance of 1.8 meters!|
|A neverending source of information and
reading. Well organized,good looking
website with great photos. Congrats for
the hard work.
It would be awesome a pay-pal
contribute/thankyou button!? We could
say thank you contributing with some
bucks to the effort.|
|Hello my name is Manuel. And I come from
Germany. Like your cameras very much.|
|Your site brought back a few
photographic memories. My first camera
was a FED 4L |
||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
|Thanks very much for your effort. I am
now more knowledge on my just bought
Lubitel 2. Very good to know the various
version of the Lubitel 2. Well done.|
|Greetings from Ukraine! thats great that
Soviet cameras and optics are known
worldwide! I have Zenit and Fed, I`ve
bought them recently. It`s like a magic!
I do not know, what was their history,
they are older than me, and I treat them
with great respect and love them!
your site is very useful and convenient,