The Smena ancestral line dates back to the early 1950s and was originally created by LOMO as a way to make photography accessible to young, hard-working Soviets.
The Smena 35, last in line of the Smena cameras, is a 35mm viewfinder camera produced by LOMO PLC between 1990-93. With it’s uncoupled shutter it’s an ideal camera for multiple exposures.
- Made at Lomo PLC in the former USSR
- Production between 1990-93
- Quantity: 839.109 units
- Plastic Body: 190g
- Lomo Triplet 3 element coated 40/4 lens
- Focal range: 1 to 10 metres + infinity
- Flash Hotshoe
- Fully manual exposure and focus settings with weather icon guides
- Shutter speeds from 1/250 to 1/15, with “B” for unlimited long exposures
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