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==Soviet Union best quality logo==
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==Factories==
 
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[[File:Belomo.gif|thumb|150px|BelOMO logo]]
 
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===BelOMO===
 
===BelOMO===
[[Belomo]] (Belorussian Optical and Mechanical Association) formed in 1971 by the merger of MMZ and the Vilejka Factory, and apparently Peleng. BelOMO continued to produce cameras and lenses, cine cameras, accessories, projectors, etc. The plants may continue to use their original logos on the products produced in each plant of the association.
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[[Belomo|BelOMO]] (Belorussian Optical and Mechanical Association) formed in 1971 by the merger of MMZ and the Vilejka Factory, and apparently Peleng. BelOMO continued to produce cameras and lenses, cine cameras, accessories, projectors, etc. The plants may continue to use their original logos on the products produced in each plant of the association.
 
[[File:Fed-first-logo.jpg|thumb|83px|FED logo original]]
 
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===FED===
 
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===FED===
 
 
F.E. Dzerzhinsky Factory, Kharkov, Ukraine. [[FED]] is the initials of F. E. Dzerzhinsky, the founder of the '''NKVD''', in honor of him the factory was named. The NKVD was the People's Commissariat for Internal Affairs (= Народный комиссариат внутренних дел = Narodnyy Komissariat Vnutrennikh Del, (НКВД = NKVD), a secret police organization of the Soviet Union later known as the KGB. The factory was originally an orphanage workforce was based on youths living and working together in a commune. After the groundbreaking introduction of the Leica II in 1932, Soviet leaders stopped the import of photographic equipment and set the FED factory to its task of creating a [[Leica]] of their own. Only 18 months later, in 1934, the [[FED]] factory began churning out its first clone of the Leica II rangefinder camera. Since then, they have produced millions of cameras, some good and some not so good. The variations in the engravings on the FED camera tops make it worth a special mention, reflecting the changes within the Soviet Union.
 
F.E. Dzerzhinsky Factory, Kharkov, Ukraine. [[FED]] is the initials of F. E. Dzerzhinsky, the founder of the '''NKVD''', in honor of him the factory was named. The NKVD was the People's Commissariat for Internal Affairs (= Народный комиссариат внутренних дел = Narodnyy Komissariat Vnutrennikh Del, (НКВД = NKVD), a secret police organization of the Soviet Union later known as the KGB. The factory was originally an orphanage workforce was based on youths living and working together in a commune. After the groundbreaking introduction of the Leica II in 1932, Soviet leaders stopped the import of photographic equipment and set the FED factory to its task of creating a [[Leica]] of their own. Only 18 months later, in 1934, the [[FED]] factory began churning out its first clone of the Leica II rangefinder camera. Since then, they have produced millions of cameras, some good and some not so good. The variations in the engravings on the FED camera tops make it worth a special mention, reflecting the changes within the Soviet Union.
   
 
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[[File:Kmz1logo.gif|thumb|KMZ logo early]]
 
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Krasnogorsky Mekhanichesky Zavod [[KMZ]] (Красногорский механический завод = Mechanical Factory of Krasnogorsk), near Moscow. KMZ is known largely for its cameras like [[Iskra]], [[Kristall]], [[Mir]], [[Moskva]] , [[Start]], [[Zenith]] (early series), [[Zorki]] series and some others. Some of these were produced several millions. It also has a large military optics and mechanical engineering division.
 
Krasnogorsky Mekhanichesky Zavod [[KMZ]] (Красногорский механический завод = Mechanical Factory of Krasnogorsk), near Moscow. KMZ is known largely for its cameras like [[Iskra]], [[Kristall]], [[Mir]], [[Moskva]] , [[Start]], [[Zenith]] (early series), [[Zorki]] series and some others. Some of these were produced several millions. It also has a large military optics and mechanical engineering division.
 
[[File:Kazanlogo.gif|thumb|Kazan logo]]
 
[[File:Kazanlogo.gif|thumb|Kazan logo]]
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===Kazan KOMZ===
Kazan produced Industar 22, Industar 27,Industar 50, Industar 51, Industar 37, Jupiter 11, Jupiter 37 and Fodis 1K.
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Kazan Optical and Mechanical Plant (КOMЗ) first started to operate on 1940. During the Second World War KOMZ produced a wide range of optics instruments like binoculars, photographic objectives, photo controlling devices, marine range finders, dive-bombers scopes.
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Camera lenses was [[Industar|Industar-22]], [[Industar|Industar-27]], [[Industar-50]], [[Industar|Industar-51]], [[Industar|Industar-37]], [[Jupiter (lenses)|Jupiter 11]], [[Jupiter (lenses)|Jupiter 37]] and [[Fodis]] 1K.
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===LOMO===
 
===LOMO===
 
[[File:Lomologo.gif|thumb|center|[[LOMO]] logo]]
 
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Lytkarino Optical Glass Factory (= Лыткаринский завод Оптического Стекла [[LZOS]]), in Lytkarino, 100 km north of Moscow. It was a [[KMZ]] satellite plant, included in KMZ's production union and the most famous for manufacturing various lenses for KMZ cameras.
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Lytkarino Optical Glass Factory (= Лыткаринский завод Оптического Стекла ЛЗОС), in Lytkarino, 100 km north of Moscow. It was a [[KMZ]] satellitссадасд
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===MMZ===
 
===MMZ===
 
[[File:Mmz1logo.gif|thumb|MMZ logo]]
 
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[[File:Npz-penta-logo.jpg|thumb|83px|Plant 69 logo (early NPZ)]][[File:Npz-logo.jpg|thumb|83px|NPZ logo modern]][[File:Rostovlogo.gif|thumb|Rostov logo]]
Minsk Mechanical Factory named by S.I. Vavilov (Minskiy Mechanichesckiy Zavod imeni S.I. Vavilova). Founded in 1957, [[MMZ]] was located in Minsk, Belarus, approximately 450 miles SW of Moscow. Initial production was optical glass and the Smena-2 camera. In 1971, MMZ became [[Belomo]].
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Minsk Mechanical Factory named by S.I. Vavilov (Minskiy Mechanichesckiy Zavod imeni S.I. Vavilova). Founded in 1957, [[MMZ]] was located in Minsk, Belarus, approximately 450 miles SW of Moscow. Initial production was optical glass and the Smena-2 camera. In 1971, MMZ became [[Belomo|BelOMO]].
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Novosibirsk Instrument Factory, Novosibirsk (=Новосибирский приборостроительный завод Нпз = Novosibirskiy priborostroitel'niy zavod NPZ).
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The plant was evacuated in 1941 from Krasnogorsk to Novosibirsk. The plant made various military products, and at least one camera, [[Vostok]].
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The logo is still used by NPZ, now specialized in telescope making.
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NPZ factory modern business emblem has a slightly altered ratio than early plant 69 logo.
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===Rostov ROMZ===
 
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Rostov produced viewfinders.
 
Rostov produced viewfinders.
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Optical-Mechanical Factory Valdai is located about 400km north-west of Moscow. Very little is known of this plant, but it has been a prolific producer of lenses for [[KMZ]], and Zenit. The SLR lenses were [[KMZ|Helios]] name.
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Optical-Mechanical Factory Valdai is located about 400km north-west of Moscow. Very little is known of this plant, but it has been a prolific producer of lenses for [[KMZ]], and Zenit. The SLR lenses were [[42mm screw lenses#KMZ|Helios]] name.
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[[Vibrator]] (Leningrad Electronic Factory “Vibrator”)
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Vilejka Factory, or officially OM RUP "ZENIT". In Soviet times it was known as '''Vileiskiy Zavod Zenit'''. Founded in early 1970 in Vilejka, near Minsk, as a Zenit camera manufacturing factory for MMZ and KMZ. The Vilejka Zenits were apparently intended primarily for home consumption, and earned a poor reputation for quality. Vilejka, has produced the following Zenit models: E, TTL, ET, 11, 15, under slightly different designations. Vilejka is apparently still producing Zenits, i.e. Zenit 130.
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Vilejka Factory, or officially OM RUP "ZENIT". In Soviet times it was known as '''Vileiskiy Zavod Zenit'''. Founded in early 1970 in Vilejka, near Minsk, as a Zenit camera manufacturing factory for MMZ and KMZ. The Vilejka Zenits were apparently intended primarily for home use, and earned a poor reputation for quality. Vilejka, has produced the following Zenit models: E, 12SD, TTL, ET, 11, 15, under slightly different designations. Vilejka is apparently still producing Zenits, i.e. Zenit 130.
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[[File:Valdai1logo.gif|thumb|Vologda logo]][[File:Vologda.gif|thumb|Vologda logo late]]
 
[[File:Valdai1logo.gif|thumb|Vologda logo]][[File:Vologda.gif|thumb|Vologda logo late]]
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===Vologda===
 
===Vologda===
Vologda produced Jupiter 21 and Helios 44.
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===VOOMP===
 
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In 1929 the Council of Labour and Defence of the USSR decided to join all optical and mechanical factories of the era under the same name, "Union Trust opto-mechanical enterprises" (VTOMP), (= Всесоюзный Трест Оптико-Механических предприятий ВТОМП).
 
In 1929 the Council of Labour and Defence of the USSR decided to join all optical and mechanical factories of the era under the same name, "Union Trust opto-mechanical enterprises" (VTOMP), (= Всесоюзный Трест Оптико-Механических предприятий ВТОМП).
 
In 1930 VTOMP name changed as the Union of Optico-Mechanical Companies ([[VOOMP]]), (=Всесоюзное объединение оптико-механической промышленности, ВООМП).
 
In 1930 VTOMP name changed as the Union of Optico-Mechanical Companies ([[VOOMP]]), (=Всесоюзное объединение оптико-механической промышленности, ВООМП).
 
Under this name a small number of cameras and lenses were produced in the pre-war years, like folder [[Fotokor-1]], [[VOOMP II Pioneer]] (one of the first Leica II copies made in the Soviet Union). In the transition times, VOOMP and very early GOMZ logos are seen together on the Fotokor-1 cameras.
 
Under this name a small number of cameras and lenses were produced in the pre-war years, like folder [[Fotokor-1]], [[VOOMP II Pioneer]] (one of the first Leica II copies made in the Soviet Union). In the transition times, VOOMP and very early GOMZ logos are seen together on the Fotokor-1 cameras.
 
In 1932 the company was renamed again as "State Optical Mechanical Plant ([[GOMZ]]).
 
In 1932 the company was renamed again as "State Optical Mechanical Plant ([[GOMZ]]).
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Zagorski Optical and Mechanical Plant, Zagorsk (Sergiev Posad).
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Zagorsk Optical and Mechanical Plant (ZOMZ=ЗОМЗ), Zagorsk in Russia founded in 1935. Factory manufactures of a wide spectrum of the optical mechanical and optical electronic devices.
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*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krasnogorskiy_Zavod KMZ in Wikipedia]
 
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krasnogorskiy_Zavod KMZ in Wikipedia]
 
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LOMO LOMO in Wikipedia]
 
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LOMO LOMO in Wikipedia]
*In Russian: [http://www.zenitcamera.com/qa/qa-logos.html Logos of Soviet factories] at [http://www.zenitcamera.com/archive/index-eng.html the KMZ archive site]
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*[http://www.telescopes.ru/product.html?cat=3 NPZ Company]
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*[http://www.mattdentonphoto.com/cameras/jupiter_12_ltm.html Jupiter 12 in Matt Denton's website]
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*In Russian: [http://www.zenitcamera.com/qa/qa-logos.html Logos of Soviet factories] at [http://www.zenitcamera.com/archive/index-eng.html Zenit Camera]
 
*In Russian: [http://www.novacon.com.br/odditycameras/unknown.htm VOOMP in Novacon]
 
*In Russian: [http://www.novacon.com.br/odditycameras/unknown.htm VOOMP in Novacon]
 
*In Russian: [http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%9B%D0%9E%D0%9C%D0%9E LOMO in ru-wikipedia]
 
*In Russian: [http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%9B%D0%9E%D0%9C%D0%9E LOMO in ru-wikipedia]

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Most items of photographic equipment from the Soviet Union are marked with the logo of the factory where they were made.

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It is suppossed to indicate that the item which stamped with this logo is equal of any other similar item world wide.

FactoriesEdit

ArsenalEdit

Zavod Arsenal (Завод Арсенал = Arsenal Factory), Kiev, Ukraine. Arsenal is one of the oldest and most famous industrial factories in Soviet Union and later Ukraine. The factory mainly specialized in optical components for the Soviet military and space programs. The factory also produced the professional grade photographic cameras. They were Kiev 135 film and 120 film series, Salyut series, and some others.

Belomo

BelOMO logo

BelOMOEdit

BelOMO (Belorussian Optical and Mechanical Association) formed in 1971 by the merger of MMZ and the Vilejka Factory, and apparently Peleng. BelOMO continued to produce cameras and lenses, cine cameras, accessories, projectors, etc. The plants may continue to use their original logos on the products produced in each plant of the association.

Fed-first-logo

FED logo original

FEDEdit

F.E. Dzerzhinsky Factory, Kharkov, Ukraine. FED is the initials of F. E. Dzerzhinsky, the founder of the NKVD, in honor of him the factory was named. The NKVD was the People's Commissariat for Internal Affairs (= Народный комиссариат внутренних дел = Narodnyy Komissariat Vnutrennikh Del, (НКВД = NKVD), a secret police organization of the Soviet Union later known as the KGB. The factory was originally an orphanage workforce was based on youths living and working together in a commune. After the groundbreaking introduction of the Leica II in 1932, Soviet leaders stopped the import of photographic equipment and set the FED factory to its task of creating a Leica of their own. Only 18 months later, in 1934, the FED factory began churning out its first clone of the Leica II rangefinder camera. Since then, they have produced millions of cameras, some good and some not so good. The variations in the engravings on the FED camera tops make it worth a special mention, reflecting the changes within the Soviet Union.

GOMZEdit

Kmz1logo

KMZ logo early

Kmz3logo3

KMZ logo (1993-Present)

KMZEdit

Krasnogorsky Mekhanichesky Zavod KMZ (Красногорский механический завод = Mechanical Factory of Krasnogorsk), near Moscow. KMZ is known largely for its cameras like Iskra, Kristall, Mir, Moskva , Start, Zenith (early series), Zorki series and some others. Some of these were produced several millions. It also has a large military optics and mechanical engineering division.

Kazanlogo

Kazan logo

Kazan KOMZEdit

Kazan Optical and Mechanical Plant (КOMЗ) first started to operate on 1940. During the Second World War KOMZ produced a wide range of optics instruments like binoculars, photographic objectives, photo controlling devices, marine range finders, dive-bombers scopes. Camera lenses was Industar-22, Industar-27, Industar-50, Industar-51, Industar-37, Jupiter 11, Jupiter 37 and Fodis 1K.

LOMOEdit

Lomologo

LOMO logo

LZOSEdit

Lytkarino Optical Glass Factory (= Лыткаринский завод Оптического Стекла ЛЗОС), in Lytkarino, 100 km north of Moscow. It was a KMZ satellitссадасд

MMZEdit

Mmz1logo

MMZ logo

Npz-penta-logo

Plant 69 logo (early NPZ)

Npz-logo

NPZ logo modern

Rostovlogo

Rostov logo

Minsk Mechanical Factory named by S.I. Vavilov (Minskiy Mechanichesckiy Zavod imeni S.I. Vavilova). Founded in 1957, MMZ was located in Minsk, Belarus, approximately 450 miles SW of Moscow. Initial production was optical glass and the Smena-2 camera. In 1971, MMZ became BelOMO.

NPZEdit

Novosibirsk Instrument Factory, Novosibirsk (=Новосибирский приборостроительный завод Нпз = Novosibirskiy priborostroitel'niy zavod NPZ). The former name of the plant was Plant of Precision Mechanics, Krasnogorsk and later Plant 69. After the WW2 this plant was known as NPZ. The plant was evacuated in 1941 from Krasnogorsk to Novosibirsk. The plant made various military products, and at least one camera, Vostok. The logo is still used by NPZ, now specialized in telescope making. NPZ factory modern business emblem has a slightly altered ratio than early plant 69 logo.

Rostov ROMZEdit

Rostov produced viewfinders.

ValdaiEdit

Optical-Mechanical Factory Valdai is located about 400km north-west of Moscow. Very little is known of this plant, but it has been a prolific producer of lenses for KMZ, and Zenit. The SLR lenses were Helios name.

Leningrad Electronic Factory “Vibrator”

Vibrator

VibratorEdit

Vibrator (Leningrad Electronic Factory “Vibrator”)

VilejkaEdit

Vilejka Factory, or officially OM RUP "ZENIT". In Soviet times it was known as Vileiskiy Zavod Zenit. Founded in early 1970 in Vilejka, near Minsk, as a Zenit camera manufacturing factory for MMZ and KMZ. The Vilejka Zenits were apparently intended primarily for home use, and earned a poor reputation for quality. Vilejka, has produced the following Zenit models: E, 12SD, TTL, ET, 11, 15, under slightly different designations. Vilejka is apparently still producing Zenits, i.e. Zenit 130.

Valdai1logo

Vologda logo

Vologda

Vologda logo late

VologdaEdit

Vologda produced Mir-1B, Jupiter 21, Helios 44 and 77 lenses.

VOOMPEdit

In 1929 the Council of Labour and Defence of the USSR decided to join all optical and mechanical factories of the era under the same name, "Union Trust opto-mechanical enterprises" (VTOMP), (= Всесоюзный Трест Оптико-Механических предприятий ВТОМП). In 1930 VTOMP name changed as the Union of Optico-Mechanical Companies (VOOMP), (=Всесоюзное объединение оптико-механической промышленности, ВООМП). Under this name a small number of cameras and lenses were produced in the pre-war years, like folder Fotokor-1, VOOMP II Pioneer (one of the first Leica II copies made in the Soviet Union). In the transition times, VOOMP and very early GOMZ logos are seen together on the Fotokor-1 cameras. In 1932 the company was renamed again as "State Optical Mechanical Plant (GOMZ).

Comzlogo

ZOMZ logo early

Zomz-logo

ZOMZ logo late

ZOMZEdit

Zagorsk Optical and Mechanical Plant (ZOMZ=ЗОМЗ), Zagorsk in Russia founded in 1935. Factory manufactures of a wide spectrum of the optical mechanical and optical electronic devices. Lenses that Zagorsk produced are Jupiter 3, Orion 15, Mir 1, Mir 1b and Tair 3A.

12cd 01

Zenit 12SD

LinksEdit

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