"Zenit Cameras""

Krasnogorsk Mechanical Factory
"KMZ" (Krasnogorsk, USSR)
Krasnogorsk is a suburb of Moscow, and the camera factory is named for its location. Locally, it is called KMZ, which stands for "Krasnogorsk Mekanicheski Zavod" (Krasnogorsk Mechanical Factory)
Its trademark is a trapezoidal prism, usually with an arrow entering horizontally from the left, reflecting from the bottom, then exiting horizontal to the right.
This trademark is used on both camera bodies and lenses. They began making Zorki cameras and continue today. They have made Zenit 35mm, Zenit 80 etc., Horizone, FT-2, and cine cameras.

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Stock No 4054

Stock No 1609
c1965-81. Metered version. Uncoupled meter in front of prism, match needle on top housing. Helios 44-2 f2/58mm lens, screw thread. Lens cap and leather case.
~ Good condition, all appears to work, the mirror could use a clean


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