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    1. Contax III EX+
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    3. TTL prism K88 NEW
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    5. Zenit-C EX++
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    7. Kiev-35a NEW
    8. MC Vega-28B EX++
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    I would like to get a Zorki one of these days. Great way to get a Leica type rangefinder for very cheap. For those of you that are unfamiliar, the zorki's take leica screwmount lenses. Thanks for the link.

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    Zorkii 4, 50 Years of Soviet Power


    I have forgotten all my Russian language schooling, sorry for not being able to say more than this.

    Anyway, I know the Russsian cameras all too well. Have worked a long time with my first SLR, a Zenit B. Which, after many years has quit on me. I have taken it apart and tried to fix it, only to realize that there were lots of parts that I could not fit back in!!! That was my first lesson in camera repair, some twenty years ago! Ever since that day, I collect cameras, working or not. About 90% of the non-working cameras are brought back to life through some CLA, so I can say that I have had some succes in repairing the older ones.

    Just a question to which you might know the answer. I own a 1967 made Zorkii 4, with the '50 years of Soviet Power' logo on top plate, and I heard that there is another version of it, with the logo on the back of the camera body. Is this version a newer or an older one? Let me know if you have an idea or not. Thank you.
    Colligere est scientia.--->Dimitri's_Collectibles




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