I am in Korea now.
My wife's uncle is a Korean national team shooting coach.Yesterday when I was drinking with him, he suddenly whipped out a metallic suitcase and said he would give me the camera inside.
When he opened the suitcase, I was dumbfounded cos inside the suitcase were a SLR, some long lenses, a tripod and a few other things. This is a Russian brand that I've never heard before. Initially I was both excited and terrified. But later I realised the chores of carrying this whole set back to Singapore. FIrst of all, I don't know how to use a SLR. (I don't even know how to open the film compartment) Secondly, the camera looks pretty old. I am not sure if it's still working. Thirdly, the whole set including the James Bond-like suitcase weighs at least 5kg.
I consulted a friend and he identified it as Zenit PhotoSniper FS-122.
See here: http://www.zenit-camera.com/photosni...nit_camera.htm
What is your view on this? Besides bringing back home and then sell it, which is impossible, what do you think I should do with this camera? Bring back home and learn how to use it? Keep it as an antique? Keep it in case I need to use it someday? Or keep it in Korea till I feel like bringing it back?