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okynek Posted - May 24 2008 : 6:43:10 PM
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This set was also sold without the camera, the case has another variation with a black plastic knob.


Nathan, I'm very curious about this variation! If you can, could you post pictures?
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mermoz37 Posted - Mar 14 2009 : 05:23:52 AM
dear luiz,
yes I know that files very well ....but my challenge was " how to use 1950's concept on all DSLR Autofocus motorized modern camera "...
anyway , thanks for interest...
Luiz Paracampo Posted - Mar 13 2009 : 5:35:36 PM
This was an original protoype for the Rollei 2000
Regards LP
Luiz Paracampo Posted - Mar 13 2009 : 5:34:37 PM

http://www.ussrphoto.com/UserContent/fs-5-variant-m.jpg

Luiz Paracampo Posted - Mar 13 2009 : 5:33:09 PM
go and see
http://zenit.istra.ru/archive/fs/index.html
Vlad Posted - Mar 12 2009 : 09:03:22 AM
I see so all it's for is just a display stand.. I thought it played some kind of role holding the custom parts in place, but I understand now. Very nice job!

Vlad
mermoz37 Posted - Mar 12 2009 : 05:48:07 AM
dear Vlad ,
in fact , the rear lock is like a flat spring and is the main part in my stand.
first you must engaged front support and then lock all in the rear.
more : whan all is locked for exibition display , you can use snaiper whith the device .
Vlad Posted - Mar 11 2009 : 4:40:11 PM
WooooooooooooooooooooW! That is quite a modification!! Amazing work, Alain! Very very impressed! I still don't quite understand though what is the bottom support frame for? Isn't the Fotosnaiper based itself enough?
mermoz37 Posted - Mar 11 2009 : 2:17:04 PM
allo friends ,
I success in modifications about "universal" snaiper .
So , you can see many pictures here :


http://picasaweb.google.com/berrychauvot/DropBox?authkey=Gv1sRgCOWAgJbWt7bg9QE#

comments are welcome and if you ask for detail , I will be happy to answer you.


Alain


N.B. : be carefull if you wander in the streets whith such a "French military looking army gun".....someone will phone to the police ...may be !!!
Vlad Posted - Mar 10 2009 : 8:12:34 PM
Alain, the 122-2 quite often turn up in United States.. I'll keep an eye out for you.

Looking forward to seeing your masterpiece!

Vlad.
mermoz37 Posted - Mar 10 2009 : 05:01:57 AM
I confirm :


i possess 3 differents "grey" snaipers:
different on front ring lens engraved ,rear mount, and also cameras names :latin " zenit ES" and cyrrilic "zenit EC".

by the way , I am still hunting for a modern Zenit "122-2" or "122-S" snaiper (second hand !)

to day , I finished my "Universal" snaiper shoulder gunmount...so I will post soon some pictures : my challenge is to fit it on every cameras; old film and recent digital bodies(Nikon, EOS 5D, Rollei 3003 etc). the most interesting was "how to modifye whithoout cosmetics alterations"
So I think I success.
In the same time, I make a presentation device , simple, lightweight and cheap.
Please wait and see to give me opinions.
Alain
lscorp Posted - Mar 10 2009 : 04:59:36 AM
That's really great!THanks
Vlad Posted - Mar 09 2009 : 9:01:31 PM
Hello Nguyen!

Try this:
http://www.ussrphoto.com/Wiki/default.asp?WikiCatID=36&ParentID=4&ContentID=865&Item=FS-3+Manual+(English)

Vlad
lscorp Posted - Mar 09 2009 : 7:41:29 PM
Does anyone have a manual for this lens?
I've just bought it and want to know more with English version!
Thanks
mermoz37 Posted - May 26 2008 : 12:54:17 PM
HI,

Note :

i possess two grey snaipers,little bit differents on rear original removable ring
so one is latin and the other is cyrrilics.

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