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Still Cameras > KMZ - Zenit > Zenit 122
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Zenit 122
1990

This camera appears to be just a cosmetic update of the Zenit-12 in a polycarbonate body. This camera was supplied in a small nylon bag marked Zenit [2].


Produced: c.1990
Name: „Зенит-122“
Producer: KMZ
Frame size: 24x36.
Lens: Helios-44-2 2/58.
Shutter: 1/30s-1/500s + B.

Quantity: 1.898.861 units.


At least 5 versions of Zenit-122 existing:

1. Very uncommon early versions of Zenit-122 had Cyrillic markings on the front plate appr. up to 10.000. Film info compartment on the front-side (see camera #90009965);
2. Camera identical to 1st version, but under export name "Zenit-122" in Roman characters (see camera #90038934);
3. Common version with export markings. Different body design, without film info compartment (see camera #91088401);
4. Special version of Zenit-122 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of KMZ (see information below);
5. Camera with special markings to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Victory in WW2.

Source: www.sovietcams.com
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Created by Vlad on 5/22/2008 11:58:01 PM   |   Last Edited by Vlad on 5/22/2008 11:59:52 PM   Revision History  
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