Krasnogorsk (camera)

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Krasnogorsk (Красногорск) is a series of spring-wound 16mm mirror-reflex movie camera designed and manufactured in the USSR by Krasnogorsky Zavod (KMZ), produced between 1966 and 1993.

There were four models of this series released by KMZ:

A total of 105,435 Krasnogorsk-3 cameras were produced between 1971 and 1993.[1]

This series was one of the most popular 16mm movie cameras in Eastern Europe, where it made a prominent appearance in Krzysztof Kieślowski's 1979 film Camera Buff. The Krasnogorsk cameras are still popular among independent filmmakers today.



  1. ^ "ZENITcamera: Выпуск кинокамер Красногорским заводом".

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