Russian Lomography Cameras

November 17, 2010 · 3 comments

in Culture,Equipment,lomography,wish list

Lomography.com has searched the iciest corners of the formerly known USSR for the finest, sought after, precision-built cult Russian cameras for the ever-growing community of Lomographers.

Order one of these limited edition artifacts before it’s too late.

Horizon Perfekt

Uses any type of 35mm film

Variable aperture from f/2.8 to f/16

Exposure times from ½ sec to 1/500th

Two swing lens modes: “Night” and “Day”

Panoramic viewfinder with built in spirit level

28mm multi-coated lens

120 degree swing lens produces a 58mm long frame (approximately two 35mm frames)

Horizon Kompakt

Uses any type of 35mm film

Fixed aperture at f/8

Fixed focus

Day and Night shutter settings

Uncoupled shutter release and advance – allows you to shoot multiple exposures of the same panoramic frame

28mm multicoated lens

120 degree swing lens produces a 58mm long frame (approximately two 35mm frames)

Lomo 135 BC

Uses any type of 35mm film

You can shoot up to 8 frames on top of each other without having to wind the film

40mm Industar-73 lens produces superbly sharp images

Relative aperture: f/2.8

Shutter speeds: 1/15th – 1/250th

Bulb mode for long exposures

Focussing: 1 to 10 and to infinity

Frame size: 24 x 36mm

Zenit 11 Refurbished

Uses any type of 35mm film

Helios f/2 44mm lens

Selenium light meter

Shutter speeds: 1 sec to 1/500th

Bulb mode for long exposures

Flash sync at 1/30th

Self timer

Standard hot show mount

Zenit E Refurbished

Charming retro-revolution 1960’s camera

Uses any type of 35mm film

Helios f/2 44mm lens

Built in Selenium light meter

Shutter speeds: 1/30th to 1/500th

Aperture: f/2 to f/16

Flash sync at 1/30th

Self timer

Lomo Smena 8M

A mid-80’s Classic!

Produces eye-popping saturation and contrast

Uses any type of 35mm film

40mm f/4 Triplet 43 lens – Three element glass

Fully manual

Aperture range from f/4 to f/16

Shutter speeds: 1/15th to 1/250th

Bulb mode for long exposures

Uncoupled shutter cock and advance for multiple exposures

Hot shoe and PC flash connections

Standard tripod mount

Weather symbol guided exposure settings

Zone focus system

Only a limited quantity kept from the mid-80’s are available, all inside their original packaging!

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Juls November 17, 2010 at 10:24 pm

Whoa! Super rad!
They remind me of my first camera.

rikki hibbert November 18, 2010 at 8:28 am

Probably because they are the original cameras from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s – and not remakes ;-)

dina May 29, 2012 at 10:34 am

grand ! its my birthday soon and i guess want that zenit refurbished 11 !
do you have experience with it ?
would love to see more pics taken with it, do you have pics ?

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