++ ATOT official NEF thread part IV ++

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No Lifer
Sep 30, 2005
... back from wiki...

I think that I had older relatives that had "box cameras" that used 120.
It's been a very very long time since I've seen those.
medium format is gorgeous. My wedding glamour shots were done on medium format.


Jul 14, 2005
The camera was manufactured at FED factory in Kharkov, Ukraine. This model Fed 3 L/D was in production in 1963 till 1976.

The camera has been repaired fully and all are technical data is identical to the new original one.

Technical information

Body: camera Type: RF (rangefinder), film type 35 mm, frame size 24x36 mm, lens mount: M39 Leica Thread mount, removable back, combined viewfinder/rangefinder, the rangefinder's base is decreased to 41 mm, shutter speeds B 1s - 1/500, flash sync 1/30, self-timer 9 - 15 sec, dioptre adjustment of the viewfinder.

Lens: Industar-61 (Carl Zeiss Tessar copy) lens mount: M39 Leica Thread mount, MC coated, focal length 52, aperture speed 1:2.8, aperture stops: 2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22, focusing range: from 1 m to infinity, filter mount M40.5/0,5.


Working - Excellent +++.
Cosmetical - Excellent+++ .
Light marks to the body as this camera was used. Glass in lens is clean and clear. Viewfinder is clean.
All features have been SERVICED and TESTED by professional repairman and works properly.

Comes with

Camera body Fed 3 s/n 112491,
lens Industar-61 s/n 8880900,
limited warranty certificat,
original front lens cap,
original leather case.