FED

KMZ “Fed-Zorki” 1948

Rare and early Russian Leica II copy, the Fed-Zorki of 1948 was the first camera to bear the name “Zorki” (The Sharp-sighted), it was produced in Moscow by KMZ in cooperation with FED in 1948, special “rice grain texture” vulkanite covering, with rare collapsible 1948…

KMZ “Fed-Zorki” 1949

Rare and early Russian Leica II copy, produced in Moscow by KMZ in cooperation with FED in 1949, special “rice grain texture” Vulkanite covering, in near-mint condition, with coated rigid 1950 Zorki Z.K (Zeiss Krasnogorsk) 2/5cm no.5005207. Photo credit: © Leitz Photographica Auction

FED I “Fedka” SN 523, 1934

Very early and rare Fed I “Fedka” from 1934, the third version with typical sings of machining process visible under the chrome finish, and unique, fine vulcanite covering without the texture known from the later cameras and Leicas, in very good condition, with matching Fed…

Fed Ie Stereo “Siberia”, 1946

Rare FED Ie “Berdsk” Russian rangefinder photofilm camera built in Siberia in 1946 with FED Stereo lens ƒ3.8/38mm #08, camera with a viewfinder “swinging mask” for stereo.

The Mystery 35mm RF camera

Unknown, handmade 35mm Leica copy for 24x34mm with built-in coupled rangefinder, very probably a unique camera. While the body looks similar to a Leica/FED/Zorki at first sight, it is considerably smaller in every dimension (e.g. it is 12,6mm wide, as compared to the 13,3 cm…

FED 4,5/28mm M39 1944

Russian FED rangefinder-coupled wide angle lens for M39, the first fast 28mm wide-angle lens for Leica mount. Originally released in mid-1930's, on the outside the FED 4,5/28mm resemble Leitz Elmar 35mm f/3,5, but it's deluxe optical formula (British Ross-Wide-Angle formula) is pretty advanced when compared…