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Still Cameras > BelOMO - Zenit > Zenit 130
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Zenit 130
1998

Produced: c.1998
Name: „Zenit-130“
Producer: BeLomo (Made in Byelarus)
Frame size: 24x36.
Lens: Helios-44M-4 2/58 or 44M-5
Shutter: 1/30s-1/500s + B.

Quantity: unknown. (Sovietcams.com)

Second camera in pictures is made in 2000. It has some odd features like lens and cap: made in Valdai according to symbol, but why does cap say Jupiter? Valdai did not make Jupiter lenses with 52mm filter thread, and the cap also has Valdai logo. Also lens design is modernized.
Camera has typical sliding BeLomo-type battery cover, but 2pcs of LR44/G13 batteries.
Film pressure plate is flimsy, but plastic body as sturdy as Zenit-122.
Metering with two green LEDs: both flickering means OK.
Grip of the camera is good, and the design is a good update of the old concept.
Case in style with later KMZ-Zenits

Comes in 2 variants with and without self timer.

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Created by Vlad on 8/30/2007 8:13:35 PM   |   Last Edited by Poolhall on 2/3/2010 12:41:45 AM   Revision History  
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