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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by P Bailey, Sep 9, 2004.

  1. P Bailey

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    Zorki 6 shown with turret finder and 85mm lens. Photos taken with various lenses, Kodak Plus X 125 Pro film, Handheld.
     
  2. anua

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    hey, i like the first one the most!
    have you took all the shots with the zorka 6?

    ah, maybe you will know....which zorka was the russian version of leica?
     
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    Nice shots!

    anua I believe all of the zorki's are copies of the leica screwmount. At least starting with the 2.
     
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    all of them? ive heard theres a one, special zorka (or 'zorki' as you call them , ha ha)which is a copy of a leica (dont know which one), but im not sure about the lenses, ha ha, are they copied too?cause you know, russians are unpredictable sometimes...ha ha

    well, the thing is i found an old zorka at my grandparents apartment, its called 'zorki' nothing more, and i was wondering if its 'worth' something?i mean - not about money, but about pictures and lenses?
    i know nothing about 'zorkis' but i think it could be interesting to take some pics with it?i just dont know how to start, ha ha, maybe im 'too modern'-:)
     
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    I have a Zorki 4 and have heard that it's a copy of a Leica (but I think voodo's right). Zorkis are great, try that one out you have found, it's fun and hey, in the streets you're the person with the most stylish cam around :)
    here's an interesting link about russian cams (including Zorki).
    http://www.btinternet.com/~stowupland/index.htm
     
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    i also found something called 'welta' - i have no idea what is it, ha ha
    thanks for the link, santino!-:)
     
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    damn, I got a Welta too from my father (by the way today), Welta Trio :)
    Are we the same person ? :D :)
     

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