Very cool Soviet camera, lens and light meter. These items look good, but have not been fully tested, and are sold as-is. The Kiev 6C is a medium format SLR camera built in the Arsenal factory in the Ukraine during the Soviet era. The design was based very closely on the popular East German Pentacon Six. It is fully manual, has TTL metering within the removable prism, and uses 120 or 220 roll film
Body: Serial Number 7606567. Seems to be in good working condition. It LOOKS really nice, with no damage or obvious issues, except the ASA dial came off of the the top of the rewind knob. It is in a plastic baggy for safe keeping for you, and there is a tiny (really tiny) bit of rust on the bottom plate. Everything else is really good. Prism is in great condition.
Vega-12b 90mm f2.8 Lens: Serial Number 770358. The lens has issues. You've heard the saying, "ha has a screw loose?" Well, the lens has a pin loose. I don't know enough about lenses to know what it does, but...if I have to guess, it seems like it controls the aperture blades. The lens has been taken apart, and wasn't put back together correctly. When I opened the back cover, the pin fell out, so I taped it to a piece of paper and put it in the little baggy with the dial for the body. Oh - almost forgot, the glass looks good.
Leningrad 4 Light Meter: Serial Number 159627. Appears to work. Looks really good, and is in a Leather Case with Strap.
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