The Shkolnik ("Student" or "Pupil" in English) camera was a rather obscure Russian plastic camera manufactured by the BELOMO plant in Belorussia between 1962-1969. About 500000 of these simple box cameras were made between 1962-1969. It shoots 120 6x6 film with a fixed focal lens of about 75mm. Best focusing range is 3.5 meters to infinity.
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