A vintage narrow-film movie camera Krasnogorsk 3 was produced in 1970s-1980s at "Krasnogorsk Mechanical Plant" in Russia. It was one of the most popular 16mm movie cameras in Eastern Europe, where it made a prominent appearance in Krzysztof Kielowski's 1979 film Camera Buff, and continues to enjoy considerable popularity in the West. F/1.9 1769 mm zoom lens Meteor-5-1.
16mm single or double perforation, max. 17-69mm f1.9 zoom precision Zenit Lens. Lens Thread: M42x1, "Pentax screw mount" or Bayonette.Continuously variable speed from 8-48 fps. The camera goes with an original leather case, shoulder rest, device handle, extension cord, film, cable release and more. The camera is in good condition. It was tested - everything works, rotates and clicks without any problems. There're only some tiny scratches on its case surface from the usage. The lens is also in good condition, optics generally is clean, but there are some dust inside. You can see more detailed description in the photos! You'll get exactly what you see! If you have some questions just ask and we answer quickly.
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The item "Soviet Camera KRASNOGORSK 3 Movie Vintage Zenit Lens Film Original Cine Set Case" is in sale since Sunday, July 26, 2020. This item is in the category "Cameras & Photo\Vintage Movie & Photography\Vintage Cameras\Movie Cameras". The seller is "beleon_66" and is located in Minsk.
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