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perkinsmg Posted - Sep 18 2020 : 02:42:29 AM
Here's an interesting piece from "Russians on the March" in PhotoGuide Magazine (Focal Press), October 1958. It describes several well-known contemporary Soviet cameras, along with the Kometa, and this, the "Kadr". I've never seen reference to this anywhere else, even as a prototype. Anyone heard of it or was it pure invention?

http://www.ussrphoto.com/UserContent2/1892020_50355275707_01a20b5155_c.jpg

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Luiz Paracampo Posted - Nov 07 2020 : 1:38:17 PM
THE SHUTTER IS A REMADE PROTOTYPE FROM KODAK CHEVRON CAMERA WITH ITS RECIPROCATING LEAF SHUTTER DESIGN. INTERNAL UNAVOIDED GEAR GAPS ARE "FILLED" WITH MAGNECTIC FORCE BUILT IN TO PARTS.
Luiz Paracampo Posted - Nov 07 2020 : 1:33:39 PM
OBSERVE THE 115MM 5.6 WAS RECENTLY USED AS BELAIRGON IN BELAIR LOMOGRAPHIC CAMERA
REGARDS
Jacques M. Posted - Oct 29 2020 : 4:23:06 PM

And with a French version of the booklet... I dream!
Merci, Alexander.
So, this Kadr was specially prepared for the Bruxelles international exhibition of 1958. Like the Kometa...
perkinsmg Posted - Oct 26 2020 : 1:37:38 PM
That's brilliant, thanks Alexander!
Shame it never saw light of day.

Michael.
AlexanderK Posted - Oct 26 2020 : 1:15:46 PM
Hi Michael,
hier is original booklet from 1958:










Regards, Alexander
perkinsmg Posted - Sep 18 2020 : 11:40:18 AM
Hi Vlad - thanks a lot for that! Everything fits - the timing of my magazine with the World Exhibition, the rush to get photographic announcements there that in the end never saw light of day...

Most of all thanks for pointing me to the KMZ archive site. I hadn't come across that before and there's lots of information, and google translates it very well for those of us whose Russian isn't up to the job!

Michael.
Vlad Posted - Sep 18 2020 : 09:53:39 AM
Hi Michael,

thanks for posting this, quite interesting! I've never heard of it before, but dug through KMZ archive site and found it! This seems to be just a project for a camera that was never released as far as even KMZ writes.. but who knows weirder prototypes had surfaced.

Run this via translate.
http://www.zenitcamera.com/archive/kadr/index.html

Cheers,
Vlad

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