Tag: belomo

  • Lomopedia: BeLomo Vilia

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2014-02-24 in #reviews
    Lomopedia: BeLomo Vilia

    A simple yet elegant viewfinder camera, the BelOMO was made as a workhorse for everyday use during the Soviet Era. Find out more about this popular all-manual plastic camera in this installment of Lomopedia!

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  • Lomopedia: BelOMO Vilia

    written by geegraphy on 2013-06-24 in #reviews
    Lomopedia: BelOMO Vilia

    The Vilia is a 35mm camera produced between 1973 and 1986 by BelOMO, a former Soviet optical company based in Minsk, Belarus.

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  • BeLomo Vesna: A Blast from the Past

    written by romanfrozzt on 2012-07-04 in #reviews
    BeLomo Vesna: A Blast from the Past

    BelOMO Vesna is an old good tiny camera that won't leave you indifferent. If you love the really old stuff, then jump in and let me introduce you to this museum piece.

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  • BeLomo Elikon 535: The Belarusian LC-A

    written by brandkow93 on 2012-06-19 in #reviews
    BeLomo Elikon 535: The Belarusian LC-A

    The Be Lomo Elikon 535 is a small compact 35mm camera, that produces very similar results in my opinion to the LC-A.

  • Somebody's Trash is Someone Else's Treasure: Analogue Cameras Retrieved from the Dumpster

    written by dux_x on 2012-06-01 in #lifestyle
    Somebody's Trash is Someone Else's Treasure: Analogue Cameras Retrieved from the Dumpster

    Listening to Garbage's album "Not Your Kind of People" and thinking about the meaning of their name (garbage is trash, but the band sounds great) I got myself remembering how many times someone threw away a camera (or any analogue device) believing it was trash at the same time that, for us, it's a treasure! Definitely, they are not our kind of people!

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  • BeLomo Elikon 35CM: Cheap but Worth It

    written by zulkhairikharuddin on 2012-02-14 in #reviews
    BeLomo Elikon 35CM: Cheap but Worth It

    Have you ever heard of the BeLomo Elikon 35CM? If not, you might want to learn something about this Soviet point and shoot camera from the 1990s!

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  • BELOMO Agat 18K: Tiny Russian Plastic Camera

    written by srmarcus on 2011-11-29 in #reviews
    BELOMO Agat 18K: Tiny Russian Plastic Camera

    The BELOMO Agat 18K is a tiny film camera with a plastic body, glass lens, and half frame mode, which means you are never able to finish the film loaded. Here is a review which contains my first impressions on this half-frame camera and also its basic technical details.

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  • Elikon 535: The Little Russian Gem

    written by pikc on 2011-04-28 in #reviews
    Elikon 535: The Little Russian Gem

    At first glimpse, people may seem this camera as an ordinary point-and-shoot compact camera, same as another. But when you hold it and try to shoot using this awesome camera, you may feel differently about this 'Little Russian Gem’.

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  • BelOMO Etyud (Etude)

    written by mcrstar on 2011-01-02 in #reviews
    BelOMO Etyud (Etude)

    Etyud -- this is a simple for use plastic camera. One of the few plastic 120 type cameras in the USSR of a 60's and 70's. Faded colors, angular body -- the soviet people know with this type of design. But shoot this camera is very nice.

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  • Half Frame on Full Frame

    written by crayfish on 2009-10-15 in #gear #tipster
    Half Frame on Full Frame

    Have you ever asked yourselves what would it like to change lenses from different type cameras? The answer is here!

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  • The Vilia and Me, a Deadstock Tragedy

    written by krabbpojken on 2008-09-14 in #reviews
    The Vilia and Me, a Deadstock Tragedy

    I had longed for something like the Vilia for a long time, manual controls,wickedly sharp and contrasty lens and a design that reeks of the long gone regime we all know as the Soviet Union. However, after receiving the camera itself I realized everything isn´t how you picture it to be, and getting there takes effort. Learning to know the camera is half the fun, but this was something else, this was like trying to get to know a deaf Chinese. And I don´t even speak Chinese.

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  • Independence Square, Kiev, Ukraine

    written by anarchy on 2008-09-06 in #world #locations
    Independence Square, Kiev, Ukraine

    Situated at the northern end of Khreschatyk, Kiev’s Independence Square received global media attention in 2004 as the focal point of Ukraine’s Orange Revolution. Orange-clad demonstrators gathered in the Independence Square in Kiev during November, 2004. On some days, the number of protesters in the center of Kiev reached hundreds of thousands (one million by some estimates). Today, things have calmed down a little and the tented city that sprung up overnight has long gone. Independence Square, however, is still the city’s most popular spot for meetings, late night drinking and people watching.

  • Vilia

    written by pan_dre on 2008-08-06 in #reviews
    Vilia

    image from "thecamerasite.net":http://www.thecamerasite.net/07_Viewfinder_Cameras/Pages/smena.htm

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  • Be Lomo Elikon 535

    written by johann_affendy on 2008-08-06 in #reviews
    Be Lomo Elikon 535

    The Elikon 535 is one of my prized possessions. Didn't order this from LSI though, I came across this little Russian camera at a flea market (sounds familiar, no?).

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