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ilyast Posted - Oct 14 2016 : 4:13:49 PM
On October 3 2016 , in Berlin on central train station some one stole my photo back pack. It was a lot of equipment there, but most valuable Russian cameras what I was able to find during last trip to Europe.
Here is what was stolen and images what I have. Not all of cameras but most.
FED 20
FED Romashka Serial 210120
Elicon 35C Prototype
Elicon 35C MMZ
Zenit 19 Prototype (Belomo)
Zenit APK (Belomo)
Zenit ET Prototype
Agat 18 Belomo
and Lens
Yantar 5 MCE prototype.

If some one see it I would like to recover those items for reward
My info
Ilya Stolyar
ph. +18479240398
skype iccusa93
email: elia9085@gmail.com

Just forget to mention. All Zenit's without lenses.




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http://www.ussrphoto.com/UserContent/14102016_Lens-Yantar-5-MCE.jpg

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ilyast Posted - Oct 24 2016 : 01:28:28 AM
Of course I did. they actually useless.Just paper works.
AlexanderK Posted - Oct 22 2016 : 6:00:08 PM
Ilya,
it is very pity to hear it and the chances to find them are rather small, but I think these rare camera could appear in future on the big and well known photographica auctions. Not just now, but in some time. Keep the eyes open.
Did you inform the police? I don't believe, that police helps to find the cameras, but it could be very helpful, if the cameras were officialy registered as stolen.

Regards, Alexander
ilyast Posted - Oct 16 2016 : 4:03:44 PM
Chance is very slim
Jacques M. Posted - Oct 16 2016 : 09:58:09 AM

Not sure that this "romanska" (??) cover was produced after the Red Flag one.
By my datas, they could have been mixed, or even the "romanska" produced before the Red Flag. Anyway, I agree with Alexey about the number of 250 cameras.

Hope you will drink a bottle of champagne with Alexey when your cameras are back, Ilyast...

Amitiés. Jacques.
ilyast Posted - Oct 16 2016 : 02:07:32 AM
My mistake. For some reason i think it was 2000.
levonsa Posted - Oct 15 2016 : 4:22:19 PM
Ilya only 250 FED cameras with the housing cover. There were 2000 units !?
FED №210266 has already customary for this type of cover housing. And when you consider that these 250 pieces include still cameras NKAP coating, there will be even less!
I hope that the situation will be resolved positively! And we will be able to drink champagne for a return!
Vlad Posted - Oct 15 2016 : 12:50:32 PM
Thank you PetaPixel for your help!

http://petapixel.com/2016/10/15/backpack-filled-soviet-prototype-cameras-stolen-berlin/
Vlad Posted - Oct 14 2016 : 11:40:31 PM
Ah ok, thanks for clarifying. I know we spoke on the phone, but again very sorry that happened to you, this is absolute madness...

Best regards,
Vlad
ilyast Posted - Oct 14 2016 : 8:04:06 PM
Fed 20 is after Elicon pictures. It is large format. Fed romashka it is type of vulcanite. 2000 cameras was produced after NKAP.
http://www.ussrphoto.com/UserContent/14102016_romashka_F3C2412.jpg

Vlad Posted - Oct 14 2016 : 7:02:20 PM
Ilya is the large format FED Romashka? Do you have the picture of FED 20?

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