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Luiz Paracampo Posted - Oct 08 2017 : 4:57:40 PM
Analog to Helios 40/2 1.5/85mm M42 made in 1992 by Sergey-Posad.
Sold by Photo-Lubitel Sankt-Petersburg




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seany65 Posted - Nov 02 2017 : 6:54:17 PM
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Originally posted by rkaipov

it has no aperture blades, always open. It belongs to the night vision NZT-1. Nice alternative to Helios-40, cheaper, but not that easy to find. There were many of them 10 years ago in Germany, probably the old Soviet Army staff.




Ah, I see. Thanks for the info. Sorry it's taken me so long to reply, but I've been trying to find various bits and bags for my 7 cameras and running films through some of them to test them.
Luiz Paracampo Posted - Oct 14 2017 : 10:32:32 PM
new design for photo cāmeras
https://www.ebay.com/i/112588048661?rt=nc
rkaipov Posted - Oct 11 2017 : 07:41:21 AM
it has no aperture blades, always open. It belongs to the night vision NZT-1. Nice alternative to Helios-40, cheaper, but not that easy to find. There were many of them 10 years ago in Germany, probably the old Soviet Army staff.
seany65 Posted - Oct 09 2017 : 5:13:34 PM
It's hard to see how they can make the aperture blades fold up so small.

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