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Electronic Cameras


These cameras are typically distinguished from the simple cameras by better quality and a meter.



Electronic Camera Manuals

Lomo 135BC


This camera is a spring motor equivalent of the Smena-Symbol. In the upper left hand corner of the front is LOMO in black block letters and below it id 135BC in red. In the middle of the top is the viewfinder window and the bright line window surrounded by a black frame.

Focusing and f stops are set on the lens. The leaf shutter is in the lens and can be set either by speeds or symbols. The available speeds are 250,125,60,30,15 and B. On the left top is the motor wind knob, when fully wound the spring motor is good for 15 frames. On top of the knob is a dial to convert film speeds to f stop settings. In the top right corner is a black plastic rectangle containing the film counter window and a square black plastic shutter release which is threaded for a cable release.

The bottom of the camera is covered with controls. From right to left are the rewind crank, the back latch with quarter inch tripod bushing, rewind release knob and a hot shoe. An intriguing place for the hot shoe as it is impossible to use a tripod and flash simultaneously. The case for this camera is a small soft black leatherette bag with no markings.



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24x36mm
Dimensions:
height:8.8cm
width:10.5cm
depth:6.1cm
weight:483gm
Normal lens:Industar-73 40mm f2.8
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size:
Typical serial no: 8103457

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Lomo 135M


This camera is a variation of the Lomo-135BS. Use has been slightly simplified. The exposure dial has been incorporated into the front of the lens. The case for this camera is a small soft black leatherette bag with no markings.



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24x36mm
Dimensions:
height:8.8cm
width:10.5cm
depth:6.0cm
weight:479gm
Normal lens: Industar-73 40mm f2.8
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size:
Typical serial no: 8305305

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Unost


This is a leaf shutter fixed lens rangefinder camera. The body and back are both cast. The camera is finished in satin chrome and black with pebbled black leather trim.

The camera has three windows in the chrome front of the raised deck with the center window lower than the others. The two higher windows are the rangefinder and the lower is the viewfinder. All controls are on the lens. The lens has f stops of 3.5,4,5.6,8,11,16 and 22. The shutter speeds are 250, 125, 60, 30, 15, 8 and B. There are "EV" markings on the lens and a latch to lock shutter speed to f stop. On the bottom of the lens is a self timer lever and a flash receptacle.

On the upper left deck is a rewind knob with a film reminder in the center. "UNOST" in Cyrillic script is painted on the upper deck in the top left corner. Below this is a range finder adjustment port and the "GOMZ" symbol. In the center of the upper deck is the accessory shoe. To the front and right of the shoe is a threaded shutter release and below and to the right is the rewind button. On the right lower deck is the rapid film advance lever with the film counter in the center.

On the back of the raised area are the range finder window an adjustment port and the view finder window. The bottom has a three eights inch tripod bushing and the back release. The case is made of brown leather and has one snap.



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24x36mm
Dimensions:
height:7.8cm
width:13.0cm
depth:7.0cm
weight:590gm
Normal lens:T-32 4.5cm f3.5
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size:
Typical serial no: 08386

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Chaika (1)


The Chaika (SEAGULL) is a metal 35mm point and shoot with zone focus.



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 18x24mm
Dimensions:
height: 7.8cm
width: 11cm
depth: 4.4cm
weight: 395gm
Normal lens: Industar-69
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size:
Typical serial no: 6067723

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Chayka 2


This is a minor update to the chayka with a new lens. The body is covered with a rubberized cloth. "MADE IN USSR" may appear on the rear next to the viewfinder.

This camera has a vinyl zipper case in black or colors. There is also a matching vinyl wrist strap


Caution:
Although the lens appears to be interchangable it is not. The manual says that removing the lens can cause damage to the camera...


Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 18x24mm
Dimensions:
height:7.2cm
width:11.5cm
depth:4.7cm
weight:395gm
Normal lens:Industar-69 28mm f2.8
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size:
Typical serial no: 0379495

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Chayka 2M


This is a significant change to the Chayka-2. The rapid wind lever has been moved to the bottom along with the frame counter and the rewind crank no longer has a film reminder. The shutter release is now a square plastic button and there is no provision for a cable release. Shutter speeds are set with a large aluminum dial with an unusual film reminder in the center. The film reminder lets you set film speeds in ASA, DIN or GOST. There is an accessory shoe above the bright line viewfinder with parallax lines.

Possibly the most interesting feature of this camera is the trim, it is a ribbed rubber. The new rapid advance is very interesting as it makes the camera harder to use not easier. It would seem that it hardly qualifies as an improvement.



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size:18x24mm
Dimensions:
height:8.1cm
width:11.5cm
depth:4.9cm
weight: 415gm
Filter size:
Normal lens:Industar-69 28mm f2.8
Lens Mount: fixed
Typical serial no: 3179012

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Chayka 3(a)


This camera adds a non-coupled meter with a window on the top left side



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 18x24mm
Dimensions:
height: 8.1cm
width:11.5cm
depth:4.9cm
weight: 415gm
Normal lens:Industar-69 28mm f2.8
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size:
Typical serial no: 3390683

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Chaika 3(b)


This is a less expensive model. It replaces the rapid advance lever and the metal rewind knob with black plastic knobs. The metering knob is also finished in black.



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size:18x24mm
Dimensions:
height:8.1cm
width:11.5cm
depth:4.9cm
weight: 415gm
Normal lens:Industar-69 28mm f2.8
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size:
Typical serial no: 1013187

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Micron


This is a half frame viewfinder camera with manual override. Focusing is by distance scale on the lens or symbols in the viewfinder. Shutter speeds are visible in the viewfinder as is a parallax frame for close-ups. The back is removable and the camera has a jack for flash but no accessory shoe. There is also a very rare version with white fabric and another commerative with a "60 years of the USSR" issued in 1977 and the olympic edition.

The very first production was different it had rounded corners and a fixed door wrapped around the bottom. Mikron was in script letters on the front with FED on the top. These cameras are very rare and represent a pre-production batch. It has a soft black vinyl zippered case.



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24x18mm
Dimensions:
height:7.5cm
width:11.7cm
depth:5.2cm
weight:445gm
Normal lens:Helios-89 30mm f1.9
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size: M46X.075
Typical serial no: 7712095

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Micron 2


This is a rangefinder camera based on the micron body. The view finder has parallax correction lines and displays shutter speeds and apertures. The camera is full frame and has a hinged back. The meter requires batteries. The case for this camera is rectangular, made of black leather with chrome trim, has two snaps and has FED embossed in the lens cover.



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24x36mm
Dimensions:
height:7.5cm
width:11.2cm
depth:5.9cm
weight:451gm
Normal lens:Industar-81 38mm f2,8
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size: M46X.075
Batteries: EPX-625
Typical serial no: 002778

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FED 35


This is a modernized version of the Fed Micron-2 with only cosmetic changes. The camera has a black body with white lettering. There has been one feature added there is a button for on the back top of the camera. It has a soft black vinyl zippered case.



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24x36mm
Dimensions:
height:
width:12.0cm
depth: 6.1cm
weight:463gm
Normal lens:Industar-81 38mm f2.8
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size: M46X.075
Batteries :
Typical serial no: 525190

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FED 35a


This is a modified version of the Fed 35. I have one on the way -- more to come.



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24x36mm
Dimensions:
height:
width:12.0cm
depth: 6.1cm
weight:463gm
Normal lens:Industar-81 38mm f2.8
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size: M46X.075
Batteries :
Typical serial no: 525190

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Fed 50


This is a modernized version of the FED Micron with cosmetic changes. The camera is finished all in black with gold lettering. Avery small number of these cameras were finished with green bodies. The real changes are that it has a hot shoe for flash, a hinged back and the format is now full frame. It has a soft black vinyl zippered case.



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24x36mm
Dimensions:
height:7.2 cm
width:11.6cm
depth:5.7cm
weight:437gm
Normal lens:Industar-81 38mm f2.8
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size: M46X.075
Batteries:
Typical serial no: 994189

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Electra 112


The Electra 112 is an electronic rangefinder combined with viewfinder camera. It has a CDS meter coupled to an electro-magnetic shutter. It features 3 diodes in the viewfinder to control exposure and a hot shoe. It came in chrome and black and all black. There was an olympic model as well as 3 different logos, LOMO, arms of the city of Leningrad and a Hemisphere. What if anything the different logos signify is unknown



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24x36mm
Dimensions:
height: 8.5cm
width: 12.8cm
depth: 6.6cm
weight:
Normal lens: Industar-73 40/2.8
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size: M49X.075
Batteries:
Typical serial no: 8400872

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Elikon35s


This is an automatic view finder camera with built in automatic flash. There is nothing of particular interest differentiating this camera from dozens of oriental cameras just like it. It does have one glaring flaw. The plastic chosen for the battery compartment lid is slippery and tends to pop open. This camera requires two AA batteries to function.This camera comes with a black vinyl case.



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24x36mm
Dimensions:
height:8.6cm
width:13.4cm
depth:5.6cm
weight:372gm
Normal lens:Industar-95 38mm f2.8
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size:
Batteries:
Typical serial no: 8956770

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Elikon 4


This is an automatic view finder camera with built in automatic flash. There is nothing of particular interest differentiating this camera from dozens of oriental cameras just like it. It does have one glaring flaw. The plastic chosen for the battery compartment lid is slippery and tends to pop open. This camera requires two AA batteries to function. This camera comes with a black vinyl case.



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24x36mm
Dimensions:
height:8.6cm
width:13.4cm
depth:5.6cm
weight:372gm
Normal lens:Industar-95 38mm f2.8
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size:
Batteries:
Typical serial no:8956770

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Elikon Autofocus


This is an Elikon-35S with built in infrared focusing. It works, but just like its' predecessor there is little special about it and it shares the battery cover problem. This camera requires two AA batteries to function. This camera comes with a black vinyl case.



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24x36mm
Dimensions:
height:8.7cm
width:: 14.5cm
depth:4.2cm
weight:439gm
Normal lens:Industar-95 38mm f2.8
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size:
Batteries:
Typical serial no:0047528

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Kiev 35


This is a copy of the Minox folding minature camera. It will not function without a battery. If you put too much pressure on the back during use the film will not advance. It uses 4ea LR44 batteries. The gray/green version may need to have the inside of the film chamber painted black to prevent fogging the film. It was made in black and green plastic.



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24x36mm
Dimensions:
height: 6.3cm
width: 10cm
depth: 8.3cm
weight:
Normal lens: korsar
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size:
Batteries:
Typical serial no: 8914515

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Kiev 35AM


This is an updated Kiev 35 folding minature camera.

I need your help here. This is second hand information. I have never seen this camera. This is supposed to be an improvement on the Kiev 35.

Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24x36mm
Dimensions:
height:
width:
depth:
weight:
Normal lens:
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size:
Batteries:
Typical serial no:

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Lomo LCA


The Lomo LCA is a near copy of the Cosina CX-2. The early cameras had provision for a motor drive that was never made. The last of these cameras had the connection deleted .The underwater case was called crab, only the early cameras with the motor drive connections fit. There was a version made for T&OE of England marked Zenit LC-A on the camera and Zenith on the box.



Lomo LCA Manual
Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24x36mm
Dimensions:
height: 6.7cm
width: 10.8cm
depth: 4.8cm
weight:
Normal lens:
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size:
Typical serial no:
Batteries: PX76(3 each)
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Lomo LKM


The literature says that this camera has an improved shutter. They are very rare.



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24x36mm
Dimensions:
height: 6.7cm
width: 10.8cm
depth: 4.8cm
weight:
Normal lens: Minitar 32mm f2.8
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size:
Typical serial no: 871584
Batteries: PX76(3 each)
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Voskod


This is a viewfinder camera with built in match needle metering. It has a leaf shutter and was produced from 1964 to 1968. Perhaps the most unique thing about this camera is that it is made to be used vertically not horizontally.

When the camera is held vertically the section above the lens mount has three vertical stripes. In the right strip is the parallax corrected viewfinder above the name of the camera. The center stripe is the meter cell and the left stripe is leatherette trim. In the upper left corner of the lens mount is the flash receptacle and the triangular black tipped lever in the upper right corner is for cocking the lens. The two black plastic buttons on either side of the lens are used to select the shutter speeds and f stops and latch them together. The lens has f stops to 22 and focuses to 1 meter. The leaf shutter has speeds of 250, 125, 60, 30, 15, 8, 4, 2, 1 and B. Below the lens on the right is a threaded shutter release and on the left is a film reminder dial. On the top of the right side of the camera is an accessory shoe. Immediately below this is a folding rewind crank.

On the bottom of the right side is the film counter which interestingly counts down from the maximum number of frames. At the top of the right side is a three eights inch tripod socket. Near the bottom is the film speed dial and rewind button and two little studs to allow the camera to set level on a flat surface. On the top of the camera are the shoulder strap lugs and the hinge for the back and on the bottom is the latch for the back.

I find the Voschod to be one of the most interesting of all the Soviet cameras. In spite of its' strange shape all the controls are right at hand and easy to use. It has a pleasing feel and the only real complaint is that perhaps it is too heavy. The case for this camera is a small soft brown leather pouch with a zipper.





Electronic Camera Manuals
Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24X36 mm
Dimensions:
height: 14.9cm
width: 7.8cm
depth: 7.3cm
weight: 701gm
Normal lens: T-48 45mm f2.8
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size:
Typical serial no: 660331

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Zenit 35


This is a fixed focus viewfinder camera with exposure automation and built in flash. It is just like hundreds of similar cameras from Korea, Taiwan or Hong Kong. There are two variations: 1. Zenit-35Fl with low light auto flash 2. Zenit-35FM in red plastic with electric film transport. This camera requires two AA batteries to function.



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24x36mm
Dimensions:
height: 7.4cm
width: 12.1cm
depth: 5.0cm
weight: 257gm
Normal lens: T-56 35mm f5.6
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size:
Batteries:
Typical serial no: 9010556

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Zorki 10


This was the first fully automatic soviet camera. It appears to be a copy of the RicohAuto 35. It also allows manual override. This is an all metal camera finished in brushed chrome and black lacquer. It has a single stroke rapid advance lever that is uniquely located on the bottom of the camera. The shutter release is a lever on the right side but there is no provision for a cable release

. There are two sets of lines in the viewfinder to allow for parallax in close up shots. It has a built in combined rangefinder and viewfinder. There is a leaf shutter therefore offering flash synchronization at all shutter speeds. The photocell metering system is located in a ring around the lens and is calibrated in DIN and ASA. When set for automatic exposure pressing the release automatically sets exposure time and F stop. The lens is a non-interchangeable 4 element anastigmat. The only variation is an export version labeled in English with "MADE IN USSR" next to the serial number. A small number of these cameras have a red CCCP first quality symbol in the accessory shoe. Zorki-10 cameras were manufactured from 1964 to 1977. The eveready case for this camera has one snap and is made of black or brown leather with a plastic lens cover that has Zorki embossed(in Latin and Cyrillic) inside a large circle. The case has chrome trim.



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24x36mm
Dimensions:
height: 8.0cm
width: 12.6cm
depth: 7.3cm
weight: 660gm
Normal lens: Industar-83 45mm f2.8
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size:
Typical serial no: 7006956

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Zorki 11


This is an inexpensive version of the Zorki-10 without the rangefinder but with symbol focusing. Zorki-11 cameras were manufactured from 1964 to 1966. The eveready case for this camera has one snap and is made of black or brown leather with a plastic lens cover that has Zorki embossed(in Latin and Cyrillic) inside a large circle.



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24x36mm
Dimensions:
height: 8.0cm
width: 12.6cm
depth: 7.3cm
weight: 660gm
Normal lens: Industar-83 45mm f2.8
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size:
Typical serial no: 6631768

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Zorki 12


This is a half frame viewfinder camera with automatic exposure control. The first thing that you notice when you pick up this camera is the weight. It seems absolutely amazing that any camera this small could weigh so much.

It is finished in brushed chrome and black lacquer with a shiny chrome lens. This camera was produced in 1977 and 1978. In the upper right corner is the flash receptacle and toward the center of the camera is the lens with a ring metering area. On the bottom of the black area is the name "ZORKI" on a red plate. Above this is the parallax corrected viewfinder. Above the viewfinder on the top is an accessory shoe. In the chromed area are a frame counter window and the shutter release. The black area has the words "AUTOMATIC 18X24" painted on it in white. The right side of the camera has a strap lug and the back release. At the bottom of the left side is a window for f stops and a wheel to set them.

On the back below the viewfinder window is a window for film speeds and on the top right is a wheel for film advance. On the bottom is a quarter inch tripod bushing. There is also an area of engraving on the bottom. There is a "KMZ" symbol , the serial number and "Model 12" in cyrillic engraved on the bottom. Among the other unique features of this camera are that there is a control inside the camera. On inside of the back is a film speed translation table and in the well where the left film cassette goes is a wheel to adjust the film speeds. The case for this camera is a small soft black leather pouch with a zipper



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm rapid
Image Size: 18x24mm
Dimensions:
height: 6.2cm
width: 11.6cm
depth: 4.8cm
weight: 431gm
Normal lens: Helios-98 28mm f2.8
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size:
Typical serial no: 687005

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Sokol (1)


The Sokol is an automatic camera with a range finder. The metering system requires a PX625 (or equivalent) battery. The camera appears to operate without this battery but it does not operate correctly. This camera was manufactured from 1966. The first of these cameras had 6 meter cells and then production changed to 3.

On right side of the top deck is what appears to be a film reminder dial. It is actually the battery compartment cover. Next to it is a socket for cable release and directly behind it on the back of the camera is a button whose function is not in any way apparent. Perhaps it is a back light hold button but if so its use is remarkably clumsy. Although large and heavy by modern standards, the camera is very capable. It appears to also be very reliable as all the cameras that I have seen operate.

There are several variations in the labeling. I have even seen one that is labeled "AURORA". Perhaps this is an export model as the film speeds are in DIN. Early models have a small metal shutter release instead of the wide plastic one. On the right side of the lens is a small chromed lever for changing apertures and setting automatic function. It only functions when the camera is wound. The case for this camera is made of black or brown leather with LOMO embossed in the lens cover.



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24x36 mm
Dimensions:
height: 8.9cm
width: 14.1cm
depth: 8.1cm
weight: 774gm
Normal lens: Industar-70 50mm f2.8
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size: M55X.75
Typical serial no: 7702033

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Sokol 2


The only difference this camera appears to have from the Sokol-1 is the addition of a hot shoe and deletion of flash receptacles. This camera was manufactured from 1977. The case for this camera is made of black or brown leather with a plastic lens cover that has LOMO in raised letters. There is a rare version with the "Mark of best quality" on a little plate inset into the top next to the cable release

The battery compartment is on the top and opens by unscrewing the film reminder. It holds one 625 1.5 volt battery. The small button on the back is the battery check, which when depressed with a good battery under automatic shows 500/16 in the viewfinder.




Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24x36 mm
Dimensions:
height: 8.9cm
width: 14.1cm
depth: 8.1cm
weight: 742gm
Normal lens: Industar-70 50mm f2.8
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size: M55X.75
Typical serial no: 8006408

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Lomo 130A


This camera appears to be a modified Sokol-2. The differences are the marking, all black finish, no strap luge and only 1 metering cell.



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24x36 mm
Dimensions:
height: 8.5cm
width: 13.7cm
depth: 8cm
weight: 775gm
Normal lens: Industar-70
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size: M55X.75
Typical serial no: 7420068

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Siluet Electro


This is a small automated update of the Vilia Auto with a CDS meter and shutter speed automation in place of manual settings. This camera was available finished in all black.



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24x36mm
Dimensions:
height: 8.0cm
width: 11.5cm
depth: 6.0cm
weight: gm
Normal lens: Triplet-69-3 40mm f4.0
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size:
Typical serial no:

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Siluet Automat


This is a small automated 35mm with a CDS meter and shutter speed automation in place of manual settings. This camera was available finished in aluminum and Black and all black.



Technical Specifications

Film Size: 35mm
Image Size: 24x36mm
Dimensions:
height: 8.0cm
width: 11.5cm
depth: 6.0cm
weight: gm
Normal lens: Industar-92 38mm f2.8
Lens Mount: fixed
Filter size:
Typical serial no: 3206904

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© Nathan Dayton 2000