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Are you an author? Best known are the superb and classical Leica which started the whole business of 35mm photography, and the Russian Fed and Zorki models.

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Ronald Spillman, as his introduction on the bookmark informs us, “started work on a national newspaper at the age of fourteen” and “was given all the press tickets the staffmen didn’t want”.

Maizenberg published eleven camera books, in Russian, Ukranian and English. For instance, on page 25, when discussing which lenses are useful in what situations, Spillman or his ghostwriters note:. Not only does Jan Balliauw clearly explain the workings of the old Communist system and the complicated nature of the Russian people, but he also offers a detailed first-hand account of the Moscow street wars, the turbulent politics of the time and its actors, and the ever-changing situation in the everyday Russia.


Mastera Optiki This is a Russian book which was published in relatively small numbers. Pegorari has published a number of books on determining and collecting Soviet-Russian cameras. Also, this book was originally written in French, and rather crudely translated to English, sometimes producing hardly readable sentences, and needlessly retaining all the French translations of the Russian camera names.

This is really a world that needs exploring. Others who own a copy tell me that it’s really more of a catalogue than a real in-depth book. Provide feedback about this page.

The Authentic Guide to Russian & Soviet Cameras by Jean Loup Princelle (2004, Paperback)

This Ronald Spillman, the very same, wrote this book incalled “Discover Rewarding Photography” and subtitled “the manual of Russian equipment”, that could, with some license, be called Soviet propaganda. The writing is actually quite good, and the general introduction to photography still stands.

Incidentally I think that the Fotosnaiper is about the worst tool imaginable for ‘candids’, but big me. I’m way late on this, but there’s a new Princelle set to appear somewhere this year! The least expensive and most suitable instrument for use in photomicrography of the Russian range of microscopes is the model MBR-1E Which leads to quotes like these:.

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Far better than aiming a standard lens at their faces from a yard or so away. Low to High Price: I don’t own this book, so I can’t really say a lot about it. Albino Pegorari’s determination books Mr.


The bookmark further notes that he’s the author of “many books on photography” some titles of which can be found on the Internet, e. Instead he mentions somewhat dubious production figures, which ought to be an indication of an item’s rarity. Why this should reflect positively on their cameras, or their cars or their watches, is something I don’t quite understand.

Help us improve our Author Pages by updating your bibliography and submitting a new or current image and biography. Still, for a highly specialised, rare and expensive piece of compulsory reading, that’s a small sacrifice to make.

The book “Russische Kameras —, ein Nachslagwerk” was written by the Rumanian Yrrah Kesardnov and published privately by the author in High to Low Avg. The point behind it is to priincelle the general audience that Soviet-Russian equipment isn’t that bad; that in fact it’s rather good. This book, written in Dutch by the Belgian Eastern Europe correspondent Jan Balliauw, is not a book about Russian cameras in the strict sense, but I think it deserves its place in the sun anyway, since it’s an excellent eye-witness account of Russia in the period between and This book on Amazon September The text is in German, the format is A5.

They’re still good cameras!