The Russian Zenit EM 35mm SLR was part of a long-running series of Zenit cameras and was an upgraded version of the Zenit E, adding automatic diaphragm stop-down with appropriate M42 lenses and a shutter release separated from the winding lever/film counter. Produced between 1972-1984 by KMZ. The EM was also sold by Kalimar as the SR300 and badged as the Cosmorex SE. It was available in both black and chrome finish.
|Key features:||Full manual control, decoupled selenium cell light meter– no batteries required, self-timer, super cool winding dials!|
|Compatibility:||M42 Screw-Mount Lenses|
|Batteries:||N/A, selenium cell meter|
|Condition:||Used condition, minor leatherette peel on front. Meter still works.|
|Included:||Camera strap included.|
Camera strap included.