PURE Russian Lomo Cmeha 35
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Straight out the LOMO St Petersburg production house. 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 last ‘35’ rolled off the Lomo assembly line and became a part of Lomo history in 1995. The ‘35’ is the newer, funked-up model of the clan. Black with slick 80s lettering, the Smena 35mm looks like a bit of a dude. It shares all features you come to expect from a Smena; including Lomo 3 element, coated Triplet lens, nifty icon-based exposure guide, and fully manual aperture, shutter speed, and focal distance controls. Plus the quintessentially Lomo “B” setting allows you unlimited long exposure control! If multi-exposures are your thing then the ‘35’ is your boy.
The real jewel in the crown, however, is the handy flash hotshoe feature. The Smena is a star in all lights but secretly the ‘35’ loves nothing more than to be on the streets after dark. Slide on any flash and the night is yours for the snapping!
It was recently revealed to us by our all-knowing linguistic experts that the word Smena means ‘change of shift’. So what better camera could there be to have with you when the day changes to night? Or night turns to day? Or work into play?- one unit of LOMO Cmeha 35 [some similar functions as the taiko, the LC-A]
- Very very good condition ( as new)
- Offer @ BND$205