This special edition of Fed I (G) Anniversary 1654-1954, is a 35mm rangefinder camera (a copy of the Leica II), it was made in 1954 to commemorate the union between Russia and Ukraine.
Less than (around) 1000 cameras was made of this special edition (some source say 300), few cameras are "known" today.
The serial number of this camera is 468428 and the lens, a coated 50mm F:3.5 Fed (some dust, few very light cleaning marks), has 4 serial numbers 9844.
This camera is in exc+++ condition, as is possible to see from the pictures, with some signs. Is missing a bit of vulcan in a side.
The shutter "works" but we can't guarantee its accuracy (one curtains has a "fold").
The diaphragms are a little hard to adjust.
The rangefinder, with haze inside, has a low contrast.
With a film spool, front cap and case (I don't know if they are the proper).
A nice and rare camera, a good item for the collector of Russian cameras or Leica copies, but also for the Leica collector.
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- Plusieurs dispositifs principaux
- Modèle/Type n°
- FED I (G) Anniversary 1654-1954 with 50/3.5 Fed, very rare Soviet camera
- Type d’objet/appareil
- Caméra 35mm film télémétrique
- Nombre de dispositifs principaux
- Type de monture d’objectif
- M39 / LSM