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KGB Camera ‘Rubin’

544.38$

The original KGB camera ‘Rubin’. The real item of Soviet spy equipment.

RUBIN (Russian: РУБИН) was a so-called rollover – or brush – copying camera, developed around 1970 as a civil variant of the secret ZALOM and FT-67 cameras, that were used by intelligence services like the KGB and MVD. It was intended for (covertly) copying photographs, documents, fingerprints, stamps and other flat objects, at airports and border crossings.

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Product Description

The original KGB camera ‘Rubin’. The real item of Soviet spy equipment.

RUBIN (Russian: РУБИН) was a so-called rollover – or brush – copying camera, developed around 1970 as a civil variant of the secret ZALOM and FT-67 cameras, that were used by intelligence services like the KGB and MVD. It was intended for (covertly) copying photographs, documents, fingerprints, stamps and other flat objects, at airports and border crossings.

Additional Information

Weight 3.9 lbs
Dimensions 8 × 6 × 2 in