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Woland16 Posted - Aug 04 2019 : 02:54:36 AM
Bought a Zorki-4 camera recently as it had very interesting Jupiter-8 lens I had not seen before. The inside of the lens was white. Does anybody have info about the lens variation?

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Vlad Posted - Aug 11 2019 : 4:55:25 PM
It looks like a factory defect, they just forgot to chrome/paint that part, very common in USSR production.

Best regards,
Guido Posted - Aug 10 2019 : 3:07:15 PM

Hello Kaupo

Looking at your picture I can't see no white parts. They are gray but I have to admit that's a bit lighter gray than usual. But this could be a question of photography maybe. On some pictures I saw I found the same effect. There is mostly a little difference in color between the front ring and the inner part of around the front lens element. Just my 2 cent ...

Best wishes - Guido
seany65 Posted - Aug 10 2019 : 1:36:33 PM
Hello and welcome to the forum Woland16.

I ccan't help, but I'm sure there are members here who will be able to.

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