Zorki 4K

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For rangefinder collectors and hobbyists on deadstock cameras, Zorki 4K (a post-release after the Zorki 4) is quite a present for Lomographers.

Created during the 70’s, Zorki 4K is a Russian Leica II inspired camera. The best thing about this camera is that it has an additional wind-on lever for advancing the film and it has an intact take-up spool!

THE RULE TO BE SET IS: COCK THE WIND-ON LEVER FIRST BEFORE CHANGING THE SHUTTER SPEED!

Zorki 4K can bring enjoyment to your own Lomo-life! You can bring ’em wherever you go: beach, mountains, farm, city, the downtown or inside your bathroom! With a detachable lens (Jupiter-8; a remarkable lens that knocks off your feet) it can take sharp pictures with an easy-go! There are many features, too! Choices of shutter speeds (1/1000 to B), apertures, and a self-timer, this camera knocks out pictures that takes you back in time. All in all, the Zorki 4K can give results that would make you smile: be it classic or modern.

written by ethermoon on 2008-08-08 in #reviews

3 Comments

  1. danielygo
    danielygo ·

    Great Read TJ :)

  2. ethermoon
    ethermoon ·

    hi sir! thanks so much! I owe you big time :)

  3. poitr
    poitr ·

    I just got one....can't wait to start shooting!!!!!!!

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