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FED-6 TTL is a 35mm film rangefinder camera made by FED and introduced in 2000. It stayed as a prototype. It was an approach to make an electronic shuttered rangefinder interchangeable lens camera.

Some faturesEdit

  • Lens: Industar-61 L/D 55mm f/2.8
  • CdS TTL lightmeter, comes in light path when film is advanced and goes out when fired like the mirror in old SLR cameras.
  • Two models were made difering on viewfinder (with luminous frames or not) and on the mood of speed changing.
  • Shutter electronic, speeds 8-1/2000
  • Auto speeds: 8sec to 1/500, Manual speeds: 1sec to 1/500
  • Visible electronic diode exposure meter through viewfinder
  • All other caracteristics identical to FED 5 family cameras. This model was directly derivated from FED5S, the mechanical and optical basis for building the Electronic FED6.

A FED-6 TTL was sold in February 2005 on Ebay for US$1,325 to a buyer in the United States. According to the seller, a FED-6 TTL was introduced at the German camera expo photokina 2000 but it was never put into production.

Links Edit

FED cameras
Rangefinder FED | FED-1 | FED NKVD | FED-S | FED-2 | FED-3 | FED-4 | FED-5 | FED-5s | FED-5v | FED-6 TTL | FED-10 | FED-11 Atlas | FED-35 | FED-35A | FED Mikron-2 | TSVVS

Viewfinder FED Zarya | FED Mikron | FED 50

Stereo FED Boy Stereo | FED Stereo | FED Stereo-M

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