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    No chance. It's a Russian made clone by a company called ZORKI, they also get genuine old Leica's and revamp them with the bogus Luft eagle and spurious serial number. The real thing never had an eagle engraving or 'Luftwaffe' stamp on them. These can be bought for as little as $35, and are on eBay every week for around $80.

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    Zorki 1/2

    Zorki-1 with Jupiter-8 lens mounted.

    Zorki 2-s with Industar-50 lens
    The first Zorki was the Zorki 1, an exact copy of the 1932 Leica II rangefinder. It featured a 50mm f/3.5 Industar-22 lens, a collapsable lens which looked like the Leitz Elmar but was actually a copy of the Zeiss Tessar. Introduced in 1948, the Zorki 1 was the first 35mm camera made by KMZ. The Zorki S of 1955 added flash synchronisation.
    The Zorki 2 (1954) was similar to the Zorki 1 but featured an updated rewind mechanism, a self timer and strap lugs. There was a later flash version called the Zorki 2S.

    I still have Zorki 5 :-)
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    cheers (mr.bailey)

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    Your best bet for a nice and affordable camera is finding a Balda Jubilette 35mm. They come up quite often.


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