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FSU camera is a collective term for photographic and film cameras produced in the former Soviet Union (hence FSU) and its successor states, insofar as cameras and optical equipment are still being made there; at present, this includes Russia, Ukraine and Belarus.
FSU cameras include the Zenit Single lens reflex camera, the Zorki, FED and Kiev rangefinders, the Kiev 88, Lubitel and Iskra medium format cameras, the Fotokor large format camera and the Horizon panoramic camera.
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