Sputnik is a Soviet stereoscopic camera, a three-lens reflex camera. Produced from 1955 to 1973.

Manufacturer: Leningrad Optical and Mechanical Association named after V. I. Lenin (LOMO). Developed on the basis of a medium-format two-lens reflex camera "Lubitel-2". Released in the amount of 84.063 pieces. On October 1, 1961, the price of a camera was 26 rubles.

Camera Sputnik

  • The camera is designed for amateur and professional stereoscopic photography on black-and-white and color film type 120. Frame size 60×60 mm. Loading with film (rolefilm) gave 6 stereo pairs, 2 frames in each pair.
  • The case is plastic, with an opening back wall.
  • The camera is equipped with two fixed lenses Triplet "T-22" 4,5/75 with a stereo base of 67 mm. Manual focusing of two shooting lenses and the viewfinder lens at the same time.
  • Viewfinder mirror parallax, from the camera "Amateur-2". Viewfinder lens 2,8/75.
  • Synchronization speed with electronic flash - any. Synchrocontact "X", lamp mount - no flash.
  • The Sputnik camera is equipped with two synchronized central sliding shutters. Shutter speed - 1/200, 1/100, 1/50, 1/25, 1/10 - in early models and 1/250, 1/125, 1/60, 1/30, 1/15 in later models and "V".
  • The shutter cocking is separate from the film rewind. Rewinding the film by numbers on the leaderboard of the film.
  • The thread of the tripod socket is 3/8″ inch.

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