Smena (camera)
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Smena (Russian: Смена) is a series of low-cost 35 mm film cameras manufactured in the Soviet Union by the LOMO factory from 1953 to 1991.[1] These cameras were designed to be inexpensive and accessible to the public, made of bakelite or black pastic for the later models,[2] and manually operated.[1] In the 60s and 70s they were exported by Soviet era export conglomerate Mashpriborintorg (Russian: Машприборинторг).[3][2] Austrian company Lomographische AG now promotes Smenas, as exclusive distributor under agreement with LOMO PLC.[4][5]

* 1 Specifications
o 1.1 Smena 8M[4]
* 2 Models
* 3 Model gallery
* 4 Citations
* 5 External links

[edit] Specifications

[edit] Smena 8M[4]

* Lens: Triplet 43, 40 mm, f/4, 3 elements
* Focal range: 1 m to infinity, scale-focus
* Shutter speeds : B, 1/15, 1/30, 1/60, 1/125, 1/250
* Shutter type: 3 blades diaphragm shutter
* Apertures: f/4, f/5.6, f/8, f/11, f/16
* Film type: 35 mm film
* Size: 70 x 100 x 60 mm
* Weight: 289 g

[edit] Models

Photos with these models:

* Smena
* Smena-2
* Smena-2M
* Smena-3
* Smena-4
* Smena-5
* Smena-6
* Smena-7
*Smena 8M


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