Mine would be a 3110, except there is no "Made in USSR" marking, and "Jupiter" is in Cyrillic; focus distances are in green and the front ring & aperture scale are screened not engraved. I've found others from the same year, same marking schema, for sale so they're common - the one (3110) with Roman markings and the "Made in USSR" is likely an export version of what I have.
I have to confess, I've caught an unhealthy fascination with the FSU lenses and cameras. I'm trying to figure out a way to put a Helios 103 in a screwmount, also a Industar-61 LD in a collapsible barrel from an I- 10/22/50. Not having the lenses in hand yet, it's all speculation... probably end up buying a Kiev to get a Helios. , I miss my Contax II.
Edit - for the OP, it's good to keep in mind that these cameras and lenses are anywhere from 25 to 50+ years old. They'll need servicing, and likely shutter curtains sooner or later. Getting another one when/if yours gives up is false economy, these cameras if properly serviced will go on taking pictures for quite a few years.
Any older camera will need service, I recently bought a Nikkormat FT from 1966, one of the cleanest looking I've seen, still has the stickers on it. It's working, and working well at room temp., but not in cold weather - after 47 years, it's earned some maintenance!
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