Around Europe with the Zorki 4K

Around Europe with the Zorki 4K

I for the longest time fancied owning a completely mechanical rangefinder camera, but I always thought that they were out of my budget. That was until I, by utter chance, stumbled into the world of Fed and Zorki Ukrainian and Russian rangefinders. After doing a bit of research online, I decided on getting a Zorki 4K with a well-regarded Jupiter-8 50mm f/2 lens (an optical copy of the pre-WWII Carl Zeiss Sonnar 50mm f/2).

Whilst I am not a stranger to the world of old Russian cameras, it was never with rangefinders, only the SLR varieties.

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I for the longest time fancied owning a completely mechanical rangefinder camera, but I always thought that they were out of my budget. That was until I, by utter chance, stumbled into the world of Fed and Zorki Ukrainian and Russian rangefinders. After doing a bit of research online, I decided on getting a Zorki 4K with a well-regarded Jupiter-8 50mm f/2 lens (an optical copy of the pre-WWII Carl Zeiss Sonnar 50mm f/2).

Whilst I am not a stranger to the world of old Russian cameras, it was never with rangefinders, only the SLR varieties.
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