Camera in good condition, shutter as well as self-timer working, lenses are clear and scratch-free and diaphragm working
|Camera Type:||Single Lens Reflex|
|Lens Mount Type (Photographica):||Screw M42|
The Zenit was made from 1968 to 1973 and this one is from 1971. It is the same as the Zenit-E but without light meter, so manual aperture, horizontal curtain shutter with speeds from 1/30 to 1/500 + B and flash sync 1/30. 15 variations were made of it. A loose piece of covering on the back.
The Helios 44-2 is a 58 mm f2 lens of Brotar type with 6 lens elements and 8 blades and diaphragm f2 to f16. Lens no. 9066776.
The Mir-1 is a 37 mm f2.8 lens with 6 elements in 5 groups with a semi-automatic diaphragm via a two-ring system. One is for adjusting the aperture value and the second is coupled to the aperture. Diaphragm from f2.8 to f16 and with indication of the Grand Prix Brussels 1958. Lens no. 713624.
The Tair 11-2 has 4 elements in 3 groups and 20 blades. This is said to give a beautiful blurred haze at full opening. Minimum focus 1.5 metres and diaphragm f2.8 to f22. This one also works with the two ring system for the diaphragm, the second ring with slack but working.
Lens no. 031478
Camera not tested for exact functioning or with film but meant for the display cabinet, clear lenses. The lot will be packaged well and and sent by registered mail.
|Member since:||December 19, 2013|
The seller will ship the item(s) within 3 working days after receiving confirmation of payment.
Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|Rest of Europe||$36.97|
Save shipping costs
You can pick up this lot from the seller: Valkenswaard, Netherlands.
If you win more than one lot sold by the same seller in the same auction, your shipment will be combined. In this case, only the shipping costs of whichever lot has the highest shipping costs will be applied.
Question about this lot?