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nightphoto Posted - Oct 29 2007 : 6:23:02 PM
Vlad,

It is an interesting and very nice camera which I have not seen before.

The mounting is very heavy duty. Maybe it is for a military use such as a periscope on a submarine , tank, or for infantry?

Regards, Bill

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Zoom Posted - Oct 31 2007 : 6:19:52 PM
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Originally posted by Vlad

I was thinking a similar thing....


May be it is a part of S-180 camera... Looks like...

S-180 was an exploration camera to research a polar auroras.
Btw, S-180 won the Expo-58 Gold medal and Diploma of Honour...
Vlad Posted - Oct 29 2007 : 6:34:27 PM
I was thinking a similar thing....

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