AKS means Aero Cine Camera. It is purposed for shots from air or from surface to monitor war events (air fight, bombing etc.), and for trainings. It is being mounted at an aircraft, and controlled remotely. It allows also manual control by a crew member.
Thr camera works at temperatures from -60 to +60 centigrade and 95-98% relative humidity. Survives vibration of 10-200Hz with up to 4g acceleration, and overloads of 15-20 strikes per second with up to 6g. Can work at low pressure equivalent to 25km elevation.
120 dergee shutter opening. 24/48fps (1/50sec or 1/100sec exposure time correspondingly).
Frame size is 16x22mm on 35mm perforated film.
Mag capacity is 60m (200ft) - equal to 3150 frames.
Shooting time is 132 or 66 sec.
Control unit allows to shoot 5, 10, 15, and 30m of the film.
The camera has built-in clocks "Vostok" projecting a time stamp to a film sound track (diameter of the minutes ring of the clock image is not less than 3.8mm).
The camera has single-side claw without registering pin.
Loaded weight is 8.5-9.1kg.
Power supply reqired is 27V +/-10%.
Maximum consumed current is 4.5A (camera) + 6.55A (heater).
Included lens is Jupiter-11 (4/135mm). 35mm and 50mm lenses exist accordingly to the manual, but I don't have them. Lens mount is different from other cameras.
MINT CONDITION. The camera seems to be unused since most parts are still wrapped into packing paper.
I believe that this camera is great for aerial shots being resistant to overloads. Also, I think that it can survive crash tests.
Feel free to ask your question.
Используйте пробелы для отделения меток. Используйте одинарные кавычки (') для фраз.