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Still Cameras > BelOMO - Zenit > Zenit ET Black Plastic. No meter/non auto
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Zenit ET Black Plastic. No meter/non auto


Late model Black plastic Zenit ET. Both the top and bottom plates are black plastic, and 'Made in Belarus' is in raised lettering on the bottom plate with Vilejka logo. Serial number is 9337674 and this example has no meter or any form of auto diaphragm control, making it very similar to a Zenit V. Settings are done with the aid of symbols for clouds, sun etc around the rewind knob. Shown here with a 1993 Vologda Mir-1v this example came as a body only but possibly was originally fitted with a Helios 44-3 or Industar 50-2.
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Created by Poolhall on 1/27/2009 9:35:24 AM   |   Last Edited by Poolhall on 1/27/2009 9:46:37 AM   Revision History  
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