Lomography's very own analog scientist with another test run!
Listen to me – this all-metal, all-mechanical Rangefinder demands one strict rule: Cock the shutter before turning the shutter speed dial! Repeat. . You wouldn’t want to mess around with this one – there is a possibility to damage the camera if this rule isn’t followed. It can give you super sharp pictures if you’re nice enough. Interestingly, the Industar 61 lens is Lanthanum-coated – making it slightly radioactive?! After some thorough investigation, we can all relax – this Russian beast is completely safe to use. Phew …
- Born out of factory “FED” (Ukraine) since 1977
- Selenium light meter.
- Excellent contrast, resolution and sharpness due to Industar 61 lens
- Amber coated lens minimizes undesirable flare.
- Shutter speeds from 0.3-500/sec To infinity
- Long-exposure function, plus Hotshoe feature.
- Shutter speeds from 1sec – 1/500 of a second and “B”
- Get your Fed 5 here!
- To see pictures taken with the Fed 5, visit our pictures section