Dedicated Zenit M website launched with camera and Zenitar 35mm f/1.0 lens specifications

The Zenit M now has a new dedicated website at, so maybe not a limited edition after all? The moon reference is explained as “We first photographed the reverse side of the moon on October 7, 1959“. Here are the Zenit M camera and Zenitar 35mm f/1.0 lens technical specifications:

Zenit M specifications:

Image sensor
Resolution 24MP
Sensor type CMOS
Sensitivity range ISO 200 to ISO 6400, adjustable in 1/3 ISO increments, automatic control or manual setting
Basic settings
White balance Automatic, manual, 7 presets
Picture series Approx. 3 pictures/s, ≤ 12 pictures in serie
Self-timer 2s or 12s
Lens mount Zenitar M-mount
Lens in a set ZENITAR 35 mm f/1.0
Shutter speed 60-1/4000s
Manual setting of exposure and aperture Available
Flash exposure compensation ±3 1/3 EV adjustable in EV 1/3
Metering principle / method Spot, center-weighted, multi-field metering
Memory and interface
Memory card types SD, SDHC, SDXC
Data formats DNG™ (raw data), JPEG
Power supply
Battery 1
Battery capacity 1800 mAh
Video and sound recording
Video/sound recording Available
Video recording formats Motion JPG / Quicktime
Maximum resolution for video 1920 x 1080
Size and weight
Size (Width x Depth x Height) Approx. 138.6 x 42 x 80 mm without lens
Weight Approx. 680 gr with battery, without lens

Zenitar 35mm f/1.0 lens technical data:

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