The camera is in excellent condition.
|Merk Lens:||Kiev Arsenal|
|Year of Production:||1959|
|Country of Origin:||Rusland|
Fully operable.Disadvantages: Lubrication of the lens diaphragm is required, so they are dry and often stuck together. In the rest everything is ok.
The camera is a system camera with a removable lens, a removable mine viewfinder and a replaceable cassette for photographic film.
Shutter curtain focal with metal corrugated curtains in stainless steel with a range of exposures from 1/2 to 1/1000 s and "B".
On the cameras "Salute" of the early issues, instead of 1/1000 seconds, there was an exposure of 1/1500 seconds, like the Swedish prototype.
There is no self-timer.
Cameras "Salute" early releases were equipped with a self-timer.
Synchronization with adjustable lead time - "X" or "M" depending on the position of the switch. Synchronization delay from 1/30 s or more.
There is no flashlight attachment.
The type of photographic material used is a movie film (type 120).
The frame size is 6 × 6 cm. The type of film is 120. The number of frames is 12.
Shutter cocking and rewinding the film - the handle on the body of the device, the same handle set shutter speed. Setting shutter speeds only when the shutter is cocked. The camera used clock springs, it was possible to store the device for a long time with the cocked shutter.
The film was charged into a quick-change magazine of magazine type. The design allows you to shoot it from the camera after any number of shot frames for replacement with cassettes with other types of photographic material. The cassette has an automatic frame counter and an indication of the cocked shutter state preventing double exposure or skipping of the frame when replacing the magazine . On the rear hatch of the inspection hole, a scanner-memo of the photosensitivity of a charged photographic film is mounted;
Separate the cassette from the camera body could only be with the slide in the gate (shiber), which protected the film from the light in the frame window.
Cassettes could be attached to the camera for a frame size of 4.5 × 6 cm from the camera "Kyiv-88".
All accessories from the camera "Kyiv-88" are compatible with the cameras "Salyut" and "Salyut-S". Cassettes from Hasselblad cameras, in spite of their similar design, are incompatible with Salyut cameras without mechanical modification .
Mounting the lenses to the camera - a bayonet B (three-threaded thread), a fixing button for the bayonet on the camera. The lens can be removed only with the shutter released and the diaphragm fully open.
"Salute" - the lens "Industar-29" 2.8 / 80 with a "jumping" diaphragm with a preliminary platoon.
"Salute-S" - a lens "Vega-12V" (2,8 / 90) with a jumping diaphragm, which does not require a preliminary platoon.
The viewfinder is a mirror, the mirror is lowered for sighting when the shutter is cocked. Removable folding light-shielding shaft with folding magnifier.
Focusing screen viewfinder - Fresnel lens with a matte circle in the center. The field of view of the viewfinder is 53 × 53 mm.
On the "Salutes" of the early editions, the wedges of Doden were used in the focusing screen.
The camera has two tripod sockets with a 3/8 inch thread.
|Lid sinds:||1 juni 2017|
all ok. thank you
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|Verenigde Staten||€ 40,00|
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