"swieconek":http://beta.lomography.com/homes/swieconek from the community visited a fleamarket some time ago in Bruges, Belgium and came across some real vintage goodies: A store booklet containing original Dutch ads for Russian cameras in their youth (1968)!
swieconek from the community visited a fleamarket some time ago in Bruges, Belgium and came across some real vintage goodies: A store booklet containing original Dutch ads for Russian cameras in their youth (1968)!
Check them out below:
The optic-gun is specialy made for photohunting and difficult photoreportages. Can also be used whitout the gun, as a normal Zenit-E with all the accessories.
Camera with turnable lens, that illuminates a film, that is placed in half a cirkel.
Ideal for touristism, advertisings, industrial and decorative photography.
Sensational for sportphotography (football).
Be “Inn”, use Russian cameras for photography.
The first camera that took pictures from the unknown side of the moon.
Clear prisma-viewer that shows a completly straight image, with the sandy mirror you can easily controle the sharpness. The mirror claps directly back. There is a pre-warming to use magnesiumflashes. Security-lock against doubles. The filmtransport is coupled with the picturecounter and rearming.
Good luck with Russian camera.
The camera that is more then only his price.
The camera has 2 lenses, with his 4.5/75 blued anastigmat.
Easy focusing, use the matglass in the middle of the viewer with magnifier. Also with sportviewer.
There is place on a side o the camera to hold 2 filters.
The camera has a inner button for the film-transport, an arming-device, a coupled picture-counter, a rewind-mechanism, a hot shoe and is delivered with a ready-to-go bag.
We all know about 35mm and 120 film, right? And since Lomography re-introduced 110 film, we have another film format to play with. But in the years past, many more film formats were in use. Let me introduce you to a few golden oldies and tell you about my experiences with them. I'll start with Rapid film.
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