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I am an Soviet and Russian camera collector residing in State of Illinois, USA. I have only somewhat recently started collecting (since May 2007) these fine examples of Soviet and Russian mechanical engineering and design that until late 80s have been closed off to the rest of the world. Now that these cameras have come to light, I want to share them with all of you. Recently I have decided to start cataloging Soviet and Russian cameras online, thus the project was born, which is a Wiki catalog of Russian and Soviet cameras.
Vlad's Soviet/Russian Photographic Equipment Collection

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Vlad's Description
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Wiki Catalog Entry
This is a Russian microfilming unit. The camera that is used to take pictures of documents is very cool looking that is why I've decided to add this to my collection. The official name is RA-1 or later referred to as S64.

It is manufactured by KMZ and uses Micrat-200 camera. It uses 35mm film to take 18x24 micro-photographs.

The lens is an Industar with a foal length of 30 mm and a maximum aperture of f/5.6. Shutter speeds are 1, 1/2, 1/5, 1/10, 1/20 and B. Recommended film is either 35 mm Micrat-N or Micrat-200.
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