Home | Profile | Register | Active Topics | Members | Search | FAQ

 All Forums
 General Discussion
 Collectors and Users Open Forum
 An interesting on Classic Soviet cameras and art

Note: You must be registered in order to post a reply.
To register, click here. Registration is FREE!

Screensize:
UserName:
Password:
Antispam question: What letter is used to denote aperture on a lens?
Answer:
Format Mode:
Format: BoldItalicizedUnderlineStrikethrough Align LeftCenteredAlign Right Horizontal Rule Insert HyperlinkInsert EmailInsert Image Insert CodeInsert QuoteInsert List
   
Message:

* HTML is OFF
* Forum Code is ON

New! Upload Image

Smilies
Smile [:)] Big Smile [:D] Cool [8D] Blush [:I]
Tongue [:P] Evil [):] Wink [;)] Clown [:o)]
Black Eye [B)] Eight Ball [8] Frown [:(] Shy [8)]
Shocked [:0] Angry [:(!] Dead [xx(] Sleepy [|)]
Kisses [:X] Approve [^] Disapprove [V] Question [?]

 
Check here to subscribe to this topic.
   

T O P I C    R E V I E W
Luiz Paracampo Posted - Jul 19 2019 : 6:40:47 PM
https://photolubitel.com/index.php?route=module/kbm
https://photolubitel.com/index.php?route=module/kbm/article&kbm_article_id=15
https://photolubitel.com/index.php?route=module/kbm/article&kbm_article_id=14
https://photolubitel.com/index.php?route=module/kbm/article&kbm_article_id=13
https://photolubitel.com/index.php?route=module/kbm/article&kbm_article_id=12
https://photolubitel.com/index.php?route=module/kbm/article&kbm_article_id=11
https://photolubitel.com/index.php?route=module/kbm/article&kbm_article_id=10
https://photolubitel.com/index.php?route=module/kbm/article&kbm_article_id=9#comments = 9
https://photolubitel.com/index.php?route=module/kbm/article&kbm_article_id=8

https://photolubitel.com/index.php?route=module/kbm&page=2
https://photolubitel.com/index.php?route=module/kbm/article&kbm_article_id=7
https://photolubitel.com/index.php?route=module/kbm/article&kbm_article_id=6
https://photolubitel.com/index.php?route=module/kbm/article&kbm_article_id=5
https://photolubitel.com/index.php?route=module/kbm/article&kbm_article_id=4
https://photolubitel.com/index.php?route=module/kbm/article&kbm_article_id=3
https://photolubitel.com/index.php?route=module/kbm/article&kbm_article_id=2 =
https://photolubitel.com/index.php?route=module/kbm/article&kbm_article_id=1 = “11”

8   L A T E S T    R E P L I E S    (Newest First)
Detlev Posted - Jul 25 2019 : 12:47:10 PM
I found a document copy UFA and added it to the Wiki: http://ussrcameras.ru/catalog/617
The UFA is really an Universal Foto Apparat for observation and document copying
Detlev Posted - Jul 22 2019 : 01:24:45 AM
Here is a Google Translate translation of the story (ROBOT - Das Sammlerbuch, Hans Grahner):
In early April 1945, only a few weeks before the capitulation of the German Reich, a new relocation of the factory was ordered because of the advancing Eastern Front. They packed machines, cameras, camera components and lenses on railway carriages in order to send them to Ravensburg. This corner of southern Germany had been regarded by the then competent authorities of the III. Reich as a safe location for the resumption of production. Because of the length of the transport train two wagons were attached to another train and sent ahead. Only these two wagons have ever reached Swabia, the rest either remained in Großschönau, or had been overrun by advancing troops on their journey through Bohemia. Also Berning left with his family hurriedly in April 1945 Saxony and drove in the remaining car to Zussdorf, where he had already rented in 1944 as emergency quarters a small house.

A new start
The first time in Zussdorf Berning spent researching the whereabouts of the Robot-train from Großschönau in Saxony. In fact, he could trace only those two previously sent wagons, rather accidentally on a siding in Bad Schussenried. Their cargo had meanwhile landed in the ditch after looting or air raid and had to be picked up with tweezers by the family Berning in laborious detail work. The actual train with the production machines and cameras was lost.
Luiz Paracampo Posted - Jul 21 2019 : 5:49:14 PM
a very interesting information.
In the just postwar years Soviet Union was busy in training and preparing high level personnel in every factory in order to be a giant camera producer. To do this they count onthe help of several German technicians.
Detlev Posted - Jul 21 2019 : 11:21:18 AM
In 1943 the Robot factory moved to Großschönau, where at the end of the war Soviet troops found the material to produce cameras in the Soviet Union. They didn't copy the Robot, they had the parts.
SteveA Posted - Jul 21 2019 : 02:51:13 AM
http://itools.com/tool/google-translate-web-page-translator does quite a good job at translating.
Luiz Paracampo Posted - Jul 20 2019 : 7:34:34 PM
na interesting technical report on Soviet "ROBOT"
Informative Bulletin Nº8 -

https://photolubitel.com/index.php?route=module/kbm/article&kbm_article_id=13
xya Posted - Jul 20 2019 : 1:47:02 PM
I wish I could read russian...

www.a7camera.com www.120folder.com www.instantphoto.eu
schyter Posted - Jul 20 2019 : 10:37:15 AM
great job. thanks a lot Luiz.


--------------------------

Only dead fish follow the stream ...

USSRPhoto.com Forums © USSRPhoto.com Go To Top Of Page
Snitz Forums 2000
Google