Tested Kiev-60 KIEV-6c Medium Format TTL Camera with MC Volna-3 lens USSR. Solid camera in excellent condition! The camera was tested by the master, all functions work!
There were photographs taken with this camera, but unfortunately not preserved. The lens is clean, no fungus, no scratches. Everything you see in the photo is included. Of all the Soviet things that I had a chance to hold in my hands and from which I was lucky enough to shoot - the most brutal fotik. Size - Mom, don't worry.
The sound of a mirror tossed up during the picture frightens the pigeons, the old women who have come up to them faint from the benches, and the policemen reflexively grab their holsters. And this, the button of descent under the left hand is the most freaky dissonance. "Kiev-60" and "Kiev-60 TTL" - medium format single-lens reflex cameras produced at the Kiev plant "Arsenal". The camera "Kyiv-60" is designed on the basis of the camera "Kyiv-6S" ("Kyiv-6C TTL"), produced in total from 1971 to 1986. The release button for these models was made under the left hand, which caused numerous complaints from photographers.Since 1984, the production of cameras "Kyiv-60 TTL" ("Kyiv-60") began, the release button was made for the right hand. Cameras "Kyiv-60" and "Kyiv-645" were mass-produced until 2005. Cameras have the appearance and device, like small-format single-lens reflex cameras, only with larger overall dimensions and weight. Cast aluminum body, hinged rear wall.
The frame size is 6×6 cm, the type of photographic material used is 120 type film (12 frames). The camera "Kyiv-6C" ("Kyiv-6C TTL") could use film type 220 (24 frames). There was a mechanical film type switch on the frame counter (type 120 or 220). In the USSR, film type 220 was not mass-produced and did not go on sale. Shutter cocking and film rewind.
Shutter curtain, focal, with fabric curtains, with a shutter speed range from 1/2 to 1/1000 s and "B". Synchronization speed of 1/30 s or more.There is no flash mount. Mounting lenses to the camera - bayonet B (with union nut).
The B mount is similar to the Pentacon Six mount. Aperture repeater on the camera body. Standard lenses with "jumping" aperture: "Volna-3B" (2.8/80) with single-layer coating or "MS Volna-3B" (2.8/80) with multi-layer coating. From 2.8 to 22.
Since 1990, all lenses at the Arsenal factory have been produced under the Arsat brand. The viewfinder is reflex, the mirror is lowered when the shutter is cocked.
Removable pentaprism or collapsible light shaft with magnifying glass. The focusing screen of the viewfinder is a Fresnel lens with a matte circle and a microraster in the center. The field of view of the prism viewfinder is 49 x 51.5 mm, the shaft viewfinder is 53 x 53 mm. Tripod socket with 3/8 thread.
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