Good-looking camera with slight signs of use, uncommon version
|Lens Mount Type:||Screw M39|
|Camera Type:||Film camera 35 mm|
Leningrad is a professional rangefinder camera with a spring motor, intended for ~15 continuous shots, produced by GOMZ/LOMO. This camera was produced probably in 1958-59, for some unknown reason the serial number is missing on the usual place on the flash shoe. According to the site sovietcams-com this is a transitional version with already 4 screws on the front plate but with still the plain shutter advance knob ( PK4820 according to the classification on that site). This is a good-looking camera with some slight signs of use, I tried to make pictures of those signs, see the photos. The shutter speeds, the spring motor, the rangefinder seem to work. The lens is clear, with some very slight traces of cleaning, almost invisible. No oil or fungus.
I did not test the camera with film and did not advance the motor till the end ( it is not recommended with those old spring motors)
|Member since:||January 26, 2015|
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