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Zenith 80
1968-1971

This is a UK market version of Salut camera.

Zenit 80 is the same Ukranian Saliut series of 1968 to 1971. They were also sold as Revue 80, Vitoflex, Soyuz.

The fist one was for the British market when sold by T.O.E. Vitoflex in France and Souyuz (the lens Soyuzlar) when sold in USA, there were other names.

The red seal with winding instructions denotes the T.O.E. seal. besides England, they operated also in The Netherlands. (Copy - Luiz Paracampo, Images found on eBay)

Format 60 x 60 mm. 12 frames per roll film.
Industar 29 2.8/80 0.9 m to infinity.
1/2 sec to 1/1500th and B
180 x 102 x 105 mm 1600 gms

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Created by Vlad on 8/6/2007 11:18:29 PM   |   Last Edited by richardjbiggs on 4/18/2016 11:44:43 AM   Revision History  
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