"Salyut" is a Soviet medium-format single-lens reflex camera produced at the Kiev Arsenal factory from 1957 to 1972. The Swedish Hasselblad 1600F camera was the design model, therefore, the entire Soviet line of medium-format cameras of this design abroad is often called Hasselbladski or Russianblad. From 1972 to 1980, the Salyut-S camera was produced, which differed from the Salyut by another lens - the Vega-12V (2.8/90) with a "jumping" aperture that did not require a preliminary platoon. More than 50 thousand Salyut cameras were produced, and more than 30 thousand Salyut-S cameras.
The camera "Salute", which belonged to Yuri Alekseevich Gagarin (the exposition of the Arsenal factory museum). Export version of the camera. 3 Salyut cameras on the market. 4 Modifications of Salyut cameras. 5 Interchangeable lenses with a bayonet in. The camera is a system camera with a replaceable lens, a removable shaft viewfinder and a removable cassette for photographic film. The shutter is a focal shutter with metal corrugated stainless steel shutters with a range of shutter speeds from 1/2 to 1/1000 s and "In". On the Salyut cameras of early releases, instead of 1/1000 of a second, there was a shutter speed of 1/1500 of a second, like the Swedish prototype . The self-timer was installed on the camera until 1963, while its design was constantly changing . But due to frequent breakdowns in later releases, the mechanism was abandoned. Synchro contact with adjustable lead time - "X" or "M" depending on the position of the switch.
Sync shutter speed from 1/30 s or more. There is no mount for the flash lamp. The type of photographic material used is rolfilm (type 120). The frame size is 6×6 cm.
The cassette has an automatic frame counter and an indication of the cocked state of the shutter, which prevents double exposure or skipping a frame when replacing the magazine . On the rear hatch of the viewing hole, a reminder scale of the photosensitivity of the charged film is mounted. It was possible to separate the cassette from the camera body only with the bolt (gate) pushed in, which protected the film in the frame window from illumination. Cassettes with a frame size of 4.5×6 cm from the Kiev-88 camera could be attached to the camera. All additional accessories from the Kiev-88 camera are compatible with the Salyut and Salyut-S cameras. Cassettes from Hasselblad cameras, despite a similar design, are incompatible with Salyut cameras without mechanical modification. Mounting the lenses to the camera - bayonet B (three-way thread), the button for fixing the bayonet on the camera. Removing the lens is allowed only when the shutter is lowered and the aperture is fully open. "Salyut" - lens "Industriar-29" 2.8/80 with a "jumping" aperture with a preliminary platoon. "Salyut-S" is a Vega-12V lens (2.8/90) with a jumping aperture that does not require pre-cocking. The viewfinder is mirrored, the mirror is lowered for sight when the shutter is cocked.
Non-folding viewfinder shaft with magnifying glass. Pistol grips, including those with a shoulder rest. A set of two extension rings with a thickness of 19 and 48 mm with a bayonet in. Salyut cameras on the market. For export, Salyut cameras were supplied under the name Zenit-80, Kiev-80, Revue 6×6.
The pentaprism was not included in the camera kit. Export models could additionally be equipped with a replaceable pentaprism.
The price of the Salyut-S camera in 1979 was 435 rubles. A camera with a lens, a cassette and a reel. Front lens cap, rear lens cap. Replaceable cassette with coil, trigger cable.
Belt, case, packing box, instruction manual. This item is in the category "Cameras & Photo\Lenses & Filters\Lenses". The seller is "svetlana-8867" and is located in this country: KZ. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Model: salut
- Type: Standard
- Brand: Industar
- Mount: M Mount
- Focal Length Type: Fixed/Prime