Zenit 520

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Russian company KMZ and Taiwan company Toptronic teamed together to produce some cheap 35mm film compact cameras.

The Zenit 520 is one of these. It is fixed focus, has a built-in flash, has DX coding, and motor-driven film advance (not really a good thing...these are prone to fail). It was produced 2000-2001 and only 11,782 units were made.[1]

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