There are, however, some very high-quality lenses available for Kiev-88 cameras at very low prices. The most well-known is the Arsat 30mm f/3.5 fisheye lens, available for around $200, whose nearest rival bears a price tag closer to $6000.
The Kiev 88 originally used a screw thread but was later modified to take the Pentacon Six mount. This version is called the Kiev 88СМ. This version is also more reliable due to redesigned shutter .
Arax makes customized variants of the camera.
|with Arsat fisheye|
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- Kiev 88 upgrading process by ARAX.
- Dave Haardt's Kiev 88 page
- Kiev 88 TTL page at Antique Russian Cameras
- Kiev 88 manual and information at Kiev88SLR
- Kiev 88 on www.collection-appareils.fr by Sylvain Halgand
- JM Burtscher sovietcamera website : Sovietcamera french website
|Praktisix and Pentacon Six lens mount|
|Exakta 66 | Pentacon Six | Praktisix|||||Kiev 6C | Kiev 60 | Kiev 88СМ | Arax|