|Description as found on Ebay:
"ELECTRONIKA - 841" RUSSIAN
TV CAMERA 1982 Black/white , MADE IN USSR ( CCCP ) , metal body ,
on label write that camera price 850 rubles in 1982 !!! - Russian engineer's
have 120 rubles salaries a month in the 1980's era. Lens: INDUSTAR-50-2
(This is the famous lens from Russian ZENIT photocameras , camera possible
use other Zenit's lens or lens "Meteor-5-1" from "Krasnogorsk-3" movie
film camera ) , like new condition, is clean and clear, with no fungus.
Camera in excellent cosmetic condition. Camera came with original instruction/manual
& electronics schematic.
Stand By: Manuals to be posted shortly!
What a world we live in! LabGuy is now shopping the flea markets of Moscow!
Thank you, internet!
This camera bares an
uncanny resemblance to the [Sony AVC-3400]
right down to it's militarized EIAJ compatible 10 pin connector! The magnifier
eyepiece got damaged in shipping, but I believe the Sony replacement part
will work. Stay tuned!
Another remarkable property
of this camera is its use of a half inch diameter vidicon tube! It is the
smallest I have ever seen.
HERE] to read the operator's and service manual.
who can translate the Russian manuals to English so they can be shard by
a larger audience. Also, any other information about this camera, it's
mating VTR or any thing else, please write!