I bought this Zorki 2c body a couple of weeks ago from Russia. The seller said it was “Not Work” in machine translation. So I went back and forth with questions at him and got some answers; (1) that all the parts were intact; (2) the shutter was “extracting” only at 1/125 sec. [I wonder how he arrived at that as the dial has only 1/100 sec. He admitted though that he did not know how to fix it.] It was priced at BP6.00. I thought that it would be a good sample to learn some more about the Zorkis. It is the same as the Zorki C except that it has a self-timer added. I went through the usual cleaning, lube, etc. Then found that the screw on top middle of the shutter speed dial was sticking up by a few millimetres. That was loose. Remembered good old Ed Romney’s Thumb Rule on Knobs; “if the knob has one set screw then it would be threaded; if it had two set screws then you simply lift it after loosening the screws.” I lifted the knob and found a hole in the stem of the screw. Inserted a stiff wire through it, tightened the screw and fixed the knob back. That was it; all the speeds started working. I may have to give this body a good work out to make it smooth running. The lens is another sample I bought from Alex of Ukraine in a batch of “6 Bad lenses”. Cost less than $2 per piece. Had to dismantle the lens fully and clean and lube and adjust the infinity focus. Some of these lenses, especially the N50 f/3.5 and the N26 series, have peculiar threads. They fit some Feds but don’t fit the Zorkis and vice versa. It pays to be gentle with the Russ! I took some random sample shots today, fairly cloudy and dark.