I received this yesterday from Greece. This was a Fuji Instax Wide 210 but it was converted with the Industar 23 11cm f4.5 lens and rangefinder from a Moskva camera. I do not know who did the original conversion but am looking for that info as it is apparently someone that has built multiples of these.
The conversion itself is pretty complete. The new lens board is metal and is attached to a new body extension that is well integrated with the original body. It is covered with a vinyl skin on the outside (and the foam grip) and inside it is also covered to limit light reflections.
The really interesting part is that the rangefinder from the Moskva was also integrated into the body.
The hole right below the viewfinder and the extra hole on the bottom of the body are the rangefinder. You view from the bottom. It is easiest to use if you turn the camera into a portrait orientation with right hand on top so that the left hand can turn the focus wheel without blocking the RF windows. Eye placement is important or the second image can be a little tricky to see. Seems pretty accurate though except at infinity the images don't line up.
The shutter isn't working quite right though. It appears to have only 3 speeds, B, the 100ish speed and the 250ish speed. Anything below 100 shoots at 100 so I am not sure what is going on there.
Put a pack of expired (2012) but refrigerated film through it this morning.
Focus on the bracelets sign at MFD
Focus was on the New potatoes sign at MFD..
The speckles are dirt on my flatbed, an Epson v500 I bought for $5 at Savers. I need to open it up and clean it.
The power switch were the flash was is great. I haven't screwed it up yet but have almost hit the 210s shutter release several times when taking the image. Being able to shut that off is a great safe guard to wasting film. To take a shot I use the shutter release on the lens, turn on the camera, press the 210 shutter release (to eject the film) and then shut off the body again.
Still not sure what to do about the shutter at this point. The camera was $250 so was a pretty good deal but not having the slower speeds is limiting.