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The Zorki-35M full-frame 35mm coupled rangefinder camera was a project undertaken by KMZ designer N. Marienkov during the late 1960's (the "M" is his signature ... he also designed the Zorki 3M and the Zenit 3M)
The Zorki-35M full-frame 35mm film coupled rangefinder camera was a project undertaken by KMZ designer Nikolay Mikhaylovich Marenkov during the late 1960's (the "M" is his signature ... he also designed the Zorki 3M and the Zenit 3M).
The Zorki-35M was to feature luminous frames in the viewfinder for 50mm and 85mm lenses, with the entire field of the viewfinder corresponding to that of a 35mm lens. Other advances included automatic parallax compensation, speeds from 1 to 1/1000 sec. and a moderne body design. The mirrored frontplate is similar to the Foton and Zenit-D Automat.
It was likely an attempt to make an updated alternative for the then aging Zorki 4. At least three hand-built prototypes of this camera are known to exist and the KMZ archives list it as a "project". It was never produced in series.
|FED-Zorki | 1 | S | 2 | 2-S | 3 | 3M | 3S | 4 | 4K | Mir | 5 | 6 | 10 | 11 |35M|