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Still Cameras > Kiev / Arsenal - Other > Kiev 35AM
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Kiev 35AM
1990-1994

Initially the Kiev-35AM camera was pronounced in 1987 as the conceptual Kiev Arsenal camera. The plant promised to release mass-market Kiev-35AM camera as soon. The same promises came in 1988 and 1989 again, etc. The truth is, this camera was never mass-produced and only small quantities are known today.

Compact 35mm, front cover folds down to open camera. Successor to the Kiev-35A, with new design. Speeds: 2s-1/500s. No hot shoe, flash sync is via two contacts on upper left side of body. Self timer. Selected speed indicated by LED in finder. Film speed settings: 22-700 GOST / 15-30 DIN. MC Korsar 2.8/35 mm lens [3].

N.B Although it bears the Arsenal logo I was informed by the present director of Arsenal that this camera was produced by a satelite factory in Uman, Ukraine, and was a bit of an embarrasment as faulty materials were used and there were many problems with production. When I mention this camera at Arsenal everybody laughs.

Produced: 1990-1994
Name: „Киев-35AM“
Producer: Arsenal (Uman)
Frame size: 24x36.
Lens: MC Korsar 2.8/35.
Shutter: 2s - 1/500s.

Known Serial Numbers:

#214 04 92 David Tomlinson
#9200219 DVD Technik
#9200306 SovietCams
#9200390 David Tomlinson
#9200421 Juhani
#9200536 Vladislav Kern
*9200565 napchop
#9401451 Michel
#9401647 SovietCams

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Created by AidasCams on 11/12/2007 4:19:55 AM   |   Last Edited by RCCCUK on 4/6/2009 10:08:00 AM   Revision History  
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