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Vlad Posted - Nov 05 2007 : 9:44:58 PM
Found a mention of this camera on Mike Haley's site:


Any info on this one?

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AidasCams Posted - Nov 10 2007 : 12:43:54 PM
Good news from you indeed!
Vlad Posted - Nov 10 2007 : 10:28:33 AM
Alain promised to visit and participate, I received a communique from his yesterday. So that's good news!
AidasCams Posted - Nov 10 2007 : 01:19:30 AM
We all know that dr.Milos Mladek is a leading collector of soviet oddities, but he's very busy person as I know. It would be fantastic to have him, Alain Berry, Yuriy Davidenko, Viktor Suglob and many many others in this forum indeed.
Luiz Paracampo Posted - Nov 09 2007 : 5:49:15 PM
Apart from the leather finish i can't see any difference between FK-6 and conventional kiev 6;
IMPORTANT NOTE; Dr Milos Myladek has an enormous collection of Russian oddities and unique products Including one product edition item as Sputnik 4 lens etc. He has also a vast technical documentation as original calculations and blue prints of inedit cameras. He could be of large value as our previleged member.
I suggest Invite him to participate this forum. As a matter of fact he furnished several data for the second edition of Princelle's book on Russian cameras
Vlad Posted - Nov 09 2007 : 3:50:55 PM
All right, then it goes under Arsenal I guess, I moved it. Thanks Aidas!
AidasCams Posted - Nov 09 2007 : 3:48:22 PM
seems to be ...
Vlad Posted - Nov 09 2007 : 3:11:18 PM
But is it manufactured at Arsenal?
AidasCams Posted - Nov 09 2007 : 3:08:07 PM
No problems at all. But this camera is not listed at Arsanal's official list ...
Vlad Posted - Nov 09 2007 : 2:52:51 PM
Aidas, should I maybe move this entry to Kiev/Arsenal?
Vlad Posted - Nov 09 2007 : 1:36:55 PM
Very interesting, it is a pretty much Kiev 6C with a small difference. It's definitely NOT the Space Kiev, as that one has interchangeable backs and it's more "Square" looking. Thank you Aidas!

AidasCams Posted - Nov 09 2007 : 1:31:15 PM
Hi all,
I already placed the picture of FK-6 camera in "other cameras" section.
Luiz Paracampo Posted - Nov 07 2007 : 4:25:45 PM
Hey People!
Could FK6 be the same Space Kiev found on http://www.ussrphoto.com/Wiki/default.asp?WikiCatID=17&ParentID=1&ContentID=121&Item=Kiev+6+Space+Camera
FK6 sounds as Fotoapparat-Kosmicheskii Nš6 ?
Vlad Posted - Nov 06 2007 : 09:53:06 AM
I would love to see it if you want an image.. if you're still having trouble, you can just create an entry for it if you want in the catalog :)

Vlad Posted - Nov 06 2007 : 09:52:15 AM
Thanks Aidas!

You need to post a URL link to an image. That means you have to host the image on the web somewhere... Click on "Forum Code" link on the left of the reply box it'll give you a syntax how to put it in the message.

AidasCams Posted - Nov 06 2007 : 08:16:00 AM
Hi Vlad,

Kiev FK-6 seems to be very rare version of Kiev-6C camera (or just look very similar). I'm sorry, but I still don't know how to place image inside the message ...


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