The Stereo Attachment Kit for Zorki cameras was made by KMZ in 1955-1960, and, according to J-L. Princelle, only “some thousands
were made”. This accessory is uncommon and is very difficult to find. It is a very desirable addition to your Russian camera collection.
The attachment is basically a set of prisms mounted in an aluminum alloy enclosure. A camera is attached to the baseplate of the prism assembly. A 24×36 mm frame now accommodates two images, 16×23 each.
- Image size: 16×23 mm (one half of the pair)
- Stereo basis: 65 mm
- Stereo basis on the film: 19 mm
- Closest distance to the object: 1.5 m
- The stereoscope is nicely made, it is adjustable and can be also folded
in a compact unit.
The Stereo kit was intended be used with t