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AlexanderK Posted - Dec 16 2011 : 5:11:19 PM
Very nice GOMZ Sport-1 camera from SSK book (Viktor Suglob collection) has found a new "home" and I am happy with it.

http://www.ussrphoto.com/Wiki/default.asp?WikiCatID=12&ParentID=1&ContentID=1553&Item=Sport-1

It is the only GOMZ-Sport camera I have seen before with the shutter speed 1/25 to 1/300. The usual speed of Sport-shutter goes till 1/500.


Regards, Alexander
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Jacques M. Posted - Dec 17 2011 : 09:15:58 AM

Congratulations for this early Sport, Alexander: one of the very first, as we can see !

Amitiés. Jacques.
xalmaz Posted - Dec 17 2011 : 03:54:17 AM
Hello AlexanderK,
Is it an after-war Sport?

http://xalmaz.narod.ru

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