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KrasnogorskHorizon Panoramic (Gorizont, Horizont, Revue)

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1967-1973. 35mm panoramic camera. 120° view. Also known as "Global-H" and "Horizon Revue".

Krasnogorsk: Horizon Panoramic (Gorizont, Horizont, Revue) camera

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Date
Condition Price
 2013-05-12
 4D
 $205
 2012-06-16
 C-B
 $277
 2012-01-28
 B-A
 $343
 2011-11-27
 B+
 $240
 2011-05-22
 B
 $239
 2010-11-28
 B
 $158
 2009-03-15
 C
 $162
 2009-01-24
 B
 $225
 2008-03-16
 B+
 $317
 2008-03-16
 C-
 $119
 2007-12-09
 C
 $161
 2007-05-12
 B-
 $343
 2006-11-11
 B-
 $249
 2006-05-13
 B-
 $167
 2003-02-28
 B
 $376
 2002-01-01
 B
 ~$235
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by albertodati » Wed Oct 19, 2011 5:17 am

I own this camera, and I use it on a regular basis. The actual name is HORIZONT, not Horizon.
The most hard thing to do is load the film, though the routine is well explained on the camera back.

Anyway, the manual has been recently translated by the manifacturer. You can find it (eng version) here http://www.zenitcamera.com/mans/horizon/horizon-eng.html.

And if you want to check some of my pictures taken with my 1967 Zenit Horizont, please visit my set on Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/albertodati/sets/72157626754159569/.

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by diser » Wed Oct 19, 2011 7:22 am

Alberto, thanks for the information. I agree with you, it should be Horizont since this is what KMZ originally thought (thought wrong though).

Look at the URL you provided, it says horizon-eng, not horizont-eng ;-)
At the same time the URL content shows "Horizont" in the image at the top of the page. This is always confusing, and zenitcamera.com just added more confusion :?

The actual name is Горизонт, which translates to English as Horizon. Sound transliteration would be Goreezont.

Nevertheless, interesting camera to have. What happens when you make photo of a fast moving target, like a train?

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by albertodati » Wed Oct 19, 2011 7:56 am

diser wrote:
The actual name is Горизонт, which translates to English as Horizon. Sound transliteration would be Goreezont.


True, but I was reffering to what is written on the camera body, and there is a T!

diser wrote:Nevertheless, interesting camera to have. What happens when you make photo of a fast moving target, like a train?

I never took a picture of a moving subject with this camera. I'll try out something and I'll post the results on Flickr. Thank you for your response!

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by diser » Wed Oct 19, 2011 8:01 am

albertodati wrote:True, but I was reffering to what is written on the camera body, and there is a T!


Oh, you have it on the actual body?! Good to know, thanks, I'll change the name here too :)

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by albertodati » Wed Oct 19, 2011 11:12 am

You can also see it in the picture displayed here, it's actually written "Horizont", though is russian! :D

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by diser » Wed Oct 19, 2011 12:30 pm

Yes, it does have "T" in Russian, but it also has "Г", which is "G", not "H" ;-)

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