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Smena camera
smena 2 cameras
Smena 2
smena 3 soviet camera
Smena 3
smena 4
Smena 4
smena 5 ussr camera
Smena 5
smena 6 lomo
Smena 6
smena 7 camera
Smena 7
smena 8 ussr camera
Smena 8
smena 8m camera
Smena 8m
smena 9 lomo camera
Smena 9
smena sl rapid lomo
Smena SL
lomo smena symbol ussr camera
Smena Symbol
lomo smena 19 camera
Smena 19
smena 35 ussr
Smena 35

Smena cameras are extremely simple both in design and in use. They were the most affordable in the Soviet Union, and many soviet photographers began their photographic experience with Smena cameras.

All cameras were manufactured at the LOMO factory (located in Leningrad) or BelOMO (located in Belarus).

Smena Cameras are distinguished not only by the fact that they were produced in unimaginable quantities but also by the fact that these cameras were phenomenally constant in their features. 

These cameras were produced from the early 50s to the mid-90s. Throughout the entire production period, the Smena cameras practically did not differ in their equipment, only the appearance changed.

But nonetheless, Smenas are not bad or toy cameras. Their low price was somehow magically inversely related to their good quality. The cameras were made of sufficiently high-quality plastic and were equipped with surprisingly good Triplet lenses that give a wonderful vintage effect in photos.