ZENIT-4 camera with 3 lenses VECA-3, Mir-1C, Jupiter-25C Extra rare kit

ZENIT-4 camera with 3 lenses VECA-3, Mir-1C, Jupiter-25C Extra rare kit
ZENIT-4 camera with 3 lenses VECA-3, Mir-1C, Jupiter-25C Extra rare kit
ZENIT-4 camera with 3 lenses VECA-3, Mir-1C, Jupiter-25C Extra rare kit
ZENIT-4 camera with 3 lenses VECA-3, Mir-1C, Jupiter-25C Extra rare kit
ZENIT-4 camera with 3 lenses VECA-3, Mir-1C, Jupiter-25C Extra rare kit
ZENIT-4 camera with 3 lenses VECA-3, Mir-1C, Jupiter-25C Extra rare kit
ZENIT-4 camera with 3 lenses VECA-3, Mir-1C, Jupiter-25C Extra rare kit
ZENIT-4 camera with 3 lenses VECA-3, Mir-1C, Jupiter-25C Extra rare kit
ZENIT-4 camera with 3 lenses VECA-3, Mir-1C, Jupiter-25C Extra rare kit
ZENIT-4 camera with 3 lenses VECA-3, Mir-1C, Jupiter-25C Extra rare kit
ZENIT-4 camera with 3 lenses VECA-3, Mir-1C, Jupiter-25C Extra rare kit

ZENIT-4 camera with 3 lenses VECA-3, Mir-1C, Jupiter-25C Extra rare kit
Russian camera Zenit-4 #6402012. 50mm f/2.8 #02867. 37mm f/2.8 #000270. 85mm f/2,8 #000100. The Zenit 4 is a 35 mm SLR camera made by KMZ from 1964 to’68. It began a short series of Zenit cameras with bayonet-fitting lenses and leaf shutters. The bayonet fitting is similar to that of the Voigtländer Bessamatic. The shutter is in the body, behind the lens. It has speeds 1 – 1/500 second, plus’B'; the shutter speed and aperture controls are linked, giving easy changing between exposure combinations of equal Exposure Value. The shutter release is the large lever on the front of the body, to the right (the user’s right) of the lens; there is a cable-release socket at the top of the left side of the lens mount, and a PC socket on its bottom left shoulder. A small metal lever, also on the left of the lens mount, selects between’M’ and’X’ flash synchronisation, and also has a delayed-release setting, like the same control on the contemporary Synchro-Compur shutters. All functions of the camera and lenses seem to function correctly but I cannot guarantee their accuracy on a vintage camera. The shutter fires at all speeds from 1 second to 1/500th. The built in exposure meter responds to light and looks reasonable. The lenses aperture snaps down correctly when the shutter is fired. The glass is clean, with no any deep scratches, separations or fungus, but some cleaning marks and dust can be found. Cosmetically the lens looks nice, just examine item’s photos, please. I describe the articles as best I can. The best impression gives always the pictures. Most of the items are vintage. It is not possible to test them all. If you satisfied with item/service, you may leave few words in return. Look at my other vintage cameras. Look at my other auctions, please. The item “ZENIT-4 camera with 3 lenses VECA-3, Mir-1C, Jupiter-25C Extra rare kit” is in sale since Friday, April 22, 2016. This item is in the category “Cameras & Photo\Film Photography\Film Cameras”. The seller is “rus_camera” and is located in Moscow. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • MPN: Does Not Apply
  • Brand: ZEISS
  • Focus Type: Manual
  • Type: Rangefinder

ZENIT-4 camera with 3 lenses VECA-3, Mir-1C, Jupiter-25C Extra rare kit