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The Zenit TTL is a 35mm film SLR camera made by KMZ and produced between 1977-85 with quantity of 1.632.212 units. It is also made by MMZ (BelOMO) and produced between 1980-82 with quantity of 1.000.000 units. It belongs to the long lasting Zenit series.

It was an upgraded version of the Zenit EM, adding stop-down TTL metering and a rewind crank in place of the knob. The meter is not voltage sensitive and will work fine with a 1.5 volt alkaline battery.

The viewfinder is blue-tinted and comparatively dim and small (cf. the 'brilliant'-type Zenit E). The central portion of the viewfinder screen has a micro prism in the middle surrounded by a clear matte area.

The camera was also sold by Cambridge Camera Exchange in the U.S. under the label Cambron TTL.

Zenit TTL MMZ made

ZENIT TTL OLYMPIC VERSION 80'S

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