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ilyast Posted - Mar 19 2018 : 3:22:25 PM

http://www.ussrphoto.com/UserContent/1932018_фэдетта-_DSC5185 2.jpg

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ilyast Posted - Mar 19 2018 : 3:57:27 PM
According to some sources 30000 was made. Only 4 survived.
Jacques M. Posted - Mar 19 2018 : 3:53:34 PM

Thanks, Ilyast, for sharing.
This camera is almost unknown here, except through the "Princelle".
I suppose nobody knows how many samples were made? It seems that very few of these cameras survive now...

Jacques.
ilyast Posted - Mar 19 2018 : 3:25:27 PM



http://www.ussrphoto.com/UserContent/1932018_DSC51852.jpg


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