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Still Cameras > GOMZ / LOMO / VOOMP - Other > Leningrad
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Leningrad
1956-1966

This camera was one of few completely original developments of Soviet photographic industry. And it actually proved to be “window into Europe”, after earning the highest reward - Grand-Prix - on the world exhibition 1958 g. in Brussels. About these 71 thousand cameras were released in twelve years from 1956 through 1968 g., by Leningrad plant [GOMZ]. It was planned as the camera of professional level, “which on its outstanding technical specifications, design device, finishing and formulation can satisfy each, who acquired it.

A rare latin name export version images are added from Steven Berkowitz's Collection.

The last photo is of another rare version, one with a LOMO logo.

Produced: 1956-1966
Name: „Ленинград“
Producer: GOMZ-LOMO
Frame size: 24x36 mm.
Lens: Jupiter-8 2/50.
Shutter: 1s-1/1000s + B.

Quantity: 76.385 units. (Sovietcams.com)

Serials (two screw body):
#001058 lens 1958 (SovietCams)
#572270 lens 5713493 (napchop)
#583506 lens 5806144 (David Tomlinson)
#590915 lens 1959 (geoffox23)


Serials (four screw body):
#000250 lens 1960 (U Witte)
#001268 lens 1958 (U Witte)
#001878 lens 1958 (David Tomlinson)
#003726 no lens (geoffox23)
#006386 lens 1959 (M.S.)
#006508 lens 1959 (nightphoto)
#009973 lens 1959 (SovietCams)
#010404 lens 1959 (Juhani)
#014371 lens 1959 (Latin name) (David Tomlinson)
#015295 lens 1963 (David Tomlinson)
#602575 lens 1958 (Finnish collector)
#612642 lens 1962 (Latin name) (Michel's coll.)
#614698 lens 1961 (napchop)
#618160 lens 1962 (napchop)
#618286 lens 1961 (geoffox23)
#622283 lens 1963 (Michel's coll.)
#632241 no lens (Latin name) (David Tomlinson)
#647135 lens 1964 (David Tomlinson)
#650334 lens 1964 (LOMO logo)

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Created by Vlad on 8/16/2007 4:48:11 PM   |   Last Edited by RCCCUK on 9/18/2016 6:45:25 AM   Revision History  
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