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Luiz Paracampo Posted - Apr 27 2017 : 4:26:04 PM

http://www.ussrphoto.com/UserContent/2742017_narciss 2M.png

from https://vk.com/muzeyphotocamer

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Vlad Posted - May 12 2017 : 5:11:58 PM
that is a great point! KMZ was officially created in 1942... Will need to research this..

Alfa2 Posted - May 12 2017 : 5:04:41 PM
Welcome seany65.

The camera is of course very interesting. But there are years 1965 and 1940.
1965 is year of camera production, 25th anniversary. But what was in 1940 ? Krasnogorsk started to produce cameras few years later.
Jacques M. Posted - May 12 2017 : 3:47:35 PM

I completely agree with you, Vlad. A very strange and interesting camera.
And even if the top cover is completely different from the regular Narciss one, we always find the usual (recognizable!) plugs.

Has anybody information about it? Luiz?

seany65 Posted - May 12 2017 : 2:47:39 PM
Thnaks for the info about the colour, Alfa2.
Vlad Posted - May 12 2017 : 11:28:50 AM
A very interesting progression of this camera, non-removable prism already (I wonder why.. cheaper?), a Zenit-like winding knob? Which is very strange to me, and also what is the purpose of the step in the top cover.. Lens name also a little strange - when the first one sported VEGA-M-1, this one is VEGA-1M..

Jacques M. Posted - May 12 2017 : 07:05:29 AM

It's the camera itself which is interesting.
A Narciss 2, with a non interchangeable finder...

Good find, Luiz!
Alfa2 Posted - May 12 2017 : 04:13:56 AM
This yellow/cream coulour is very common as coulour of NARCISS. It is absolutely original.
seany65 Posted - May 11 2017 : 5:07:49 PM
Interesting looking camera. Is the yellow/cream colour original? Not sure I like it. I suppose I'm too used to black and chrome.

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