Lens "Industar-22" 3.5 / 50. Lens mount screw connection M39×1/28.8. Photographic material film type 135.
In 1925, the production of a small-format scale camera "Leica I" began, since 1932, the production of the world's first small-format rangefinder camera "Leica II" ("Leica D") with the ability to change lenses began. In 1934, a copy of the "Leica II" began to be produced in Kharkov at the Felix Edmundovich Dzerzhinsky Labor Communal Plant (later the Kharkov Machine-Building Plant "FED"). The name of the Soviet camera "FED" is an abbreviation for Felix Edmundovich Dzerzhinsky. The type of photographic material used is 35 mm perforated photographic film 35 mm wide (film type 135) in standard cassettes.
The body is made of aluminum alloy, first stamped, and since 1952 cast. The cast case is much more durable and rigid (body deformation was a frequent malfunction of FEDs and early Zorkis). The shutter is mechanical, with fabric shutters, with a horizontal movement of the shutters.
Combined shutter cocking and film rewind. Shutter speed can only be set when the shutter is cocked.
Since 1950, the release button has been threaded for a cable release. Shutter speeds - 1/20, 1/30, 1/40, 1/60, 1/100, 1/200, 1/500 s and "B" (or "Z"). In 1948, some cameras were produced with a shutter speed of 1/1000 sec. Since 1955, a new range of shutter speeds has been established - 1/25, 1/50, 1/100, 1/200, 1/500 s.
A small number of devices were produced with long exposures (more than 1/20 s). Undocumented feature - slow shutter speed "D" is possible by opening the shutter at shutter speed "B" and turning the film rewind switch. Lens mount type - threaded connection M39×1. Working length - 28.8 mm. Unlike the pre-war FEDs, the working length is standardized (28.8±0.03 mm), which excluded the individual adjustment of interchangeable lenses. The standard lens is Industar-22 3.5 / 50 or Industar-50 3.5 / 50. Part of the release was equipped with lenses ZK-2/50 ("Zonnar Krasnogorsk", the prototype of "Jupiter-8") or ZK-1.5/50 (prototype of "Jupiter-3"). The viewfinder is optical, parallax, not combined with a rangefinder.
Rangefinder base - 38 mm. The magnification of the viewfinder eyepiece is 0.44×, the rangefinder eyepiece is 1×. The camera has a 3/8 tripod socket. There is no sync contact and no self-timer.
Synchrocontact was installed in photo workshops or handicraft, self-timer mechanisms were produced separately (mechanical and pneumatic). Such a self-timer was screwed into the hole in the release button, designed for the cable. This item is in the category "Cameras & Photo\Lenses & Filters\Lenses". The seller is "svetlana-8867" and is located in this country: KZ.
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- Model: Zorki
- Focal Length: 50mm
- Maximum Aperture: f/3
- Type: High Quality
- Brand: Zorki
- Mount: Leica
- Focal Length Type: Fixed/Prime