Kiev 35A

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The Kiev 35A is a semi-automatic 35 mm camera made by the Soviet Kiev-Arsenal factory. A copy of the Minox 35 camera and similar to Minox 35EL; it is small and lightweight. It is sometimes compared to the LOMO LC-A camera.

The camera is notable for its unreliability, light leaks and many electronic flaws (like failure to open shutter).[1][2]

Specifications[edit]

  • Lens: MC KORSAR 35mm f/2.8
  • Focusing: scale-focus, 1m to infinity
  • Aperture: f2.8 to f16
  • Shutter speeds: continuously variable, 1/500s to 4s
  • Flash: X-sync at 1/30s, hot shoe
  • Exposure: aperture-priority semi-automatic
  • Film type: 135 film
  • ISO settings: 25, 50, 100, 200, 400, and 800
  • Battery: four Maxell LR-43 or equivalent total 6V
  • Size: 101.5x64x32.5 mm
  • Weight: 180g

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