was the second Leica II(D) copy produced by the mighty Soviet photo industry.
Krasnogorsk plant joined FED in the "Leica" business in the late 40's.
The very first Zorkis made by KMZ had FED engraving next to Zorki (named
FED-Zorki, quite rare now). From the early 50's Krasnogorsk was
on its own, and many successful LTM rangefinders were made until the glorious
line of Zorkis was ended in the mid 70's.
Any Zorki RF camera accepts the
whole range of Leica threadmount lenses.
The original Zorki evolved
into Zorki-2, Zorki-S and 2S. Another line was started in 1951 with the
Zorki-3 (3M, 3S, 4, 4K). Zorki-5 and Zorki-6 were in production for some
time, but were outlived by Zorki-4 and 4K
This is the third version, type
1c (by Princelle),
made in the early 1950's.
- Shutter speeds - Z (B), 1/20,
1/30/, 1/40, 1/60, 1/100, 1/200, 1/500.
- The lens is a collapsible Industar-22,
F=5 cm, 1:3.5,coated, a copy of Leitz Elmar.
This Zorki comes complete with
a take-up spool, and a
The Zorki is a capable user and
a nice and desirable collectible Leica copy. You can try any TM Leica
lens with the Zorki body, and use its sharp Industar-22 with any screwmount