The Zorki-4 is the most successful Zorki model. The Krasnogorsk factory produced this model from 1956 to 1973, and even this was not enough - after fitting the Zorki-4 with a crank (Zorki-4K) the camera was in production until 1978.
This camera has the following features - a removable back cover, a rangefinder coupled with a large and bright viewfinder, a dioptric adjustment of the viewfinder, a self-timer and strap lugs. It also features a PC flash socket; the flash sync timing can be set for both electronic flash and a flash bulb. The body and the back cover were cast, which made the camera rigid and stable.
As any Soviet Leica type camera, Zorki-4 is compatible with any 39 mm Leica TM lens.
This Zorki-4 was made in 1967. It features an uncommon "50 Years of Soviet Power" engraving on the top plate. The camera is in GOOD+ condition cosmetically.
Why AS IS: One of the curtains has pinholes. Note that there may be other problems with the camera, as it is not fully checked.
About AS IS items. These cameras and lenses are in need of at least some repairs to make them usable for picture taking. They are non-returnable and non-refundable. This could be a great shelf item or a repair project.