Today’s …

testing of the Zorkij 1(export version) camera turned out great. The sky was festively blue and the sun was shining and warming. I tested the camera by shooting in the shade, shooting in backlight with an aperture of f5.6 -16 and a shutter speed of 1/100 – 1/500. Fomapan 400Action cine-film was loaded into the Zorkij. Judge for yourself. The camera Zorkij 1(Soviet copy of Leica II) made in 1950 is a great machine.

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be the copies from the Soviet Union…

from time to time I manage to monetize a photo. They will then use the earnings again for the photo shoot. I managed to make money on one old camera for two photos. In the 1950s, the Soviet Union began making a copy of the German Leica II from the 1930s. The device was named Zorkij 1. Both the Leica and the Soviet Zorki are fully mechanical machines and are essentially indestructible. The photos from the Leica instruments are unique … so I’ll try the Soviet Zorki and the Industar lens (Industar is a copy of the Carl Zeiss Tessar lens). Yesterday I cleaned and lubricated the Zorkij device and everything seems to be working. The film is already inside and waiting ….

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for inspiration …

Yesterday I tried one relatively little used technique. I used cine-film in a medium format camera. The composition is uninteresting, but I already have a few ideas in my head …

Full analog process, Pentacon Six, CZ 80mm, cine-film F400 Action

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