Russian Kiev-30 16
mm Submini Camera
In 1960 Arsenal factory in Kiev,
Ukraine decided to add a 16 mm still camera to their well known 35 mm
Kievs (Contax copies) and medium format Salyuts (Hasselblad copies). This
time is was Minolta-16, which served as a prototype. The original 16 mm
line included Kiev-Vega (1960-1961) and Kiev-Vega 2 (1961-1964). Then,
in 1974 this model returned as a new and improved Kiev-30.
I've seen eBay ads calling this
camera a KGB or a spy camera. Well, the KGB and the spies did better than
this. The 16mm Kievs were nice small cameras, but not as advanced as the
real KGB equipment - F-21.
blade, horizontal movement.
(17 frames) or 65cm (25 frames)
This Kiev-30 was made in 1980.
It is in exc. condition, clean and working.
Included in the set:
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