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Still Cameras > BelOMO - Elikon > Elikon 35S
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Elikon 35S
1983-1990

Produced: 1983-1990
Name: „Эликон 35С“
Producer: BeLomo
Frame size: 24x36.
Lens: Industar-95 2.8/38.
Shutter: 1/8s – 1/500s.

Initial name – Orion 35C.

Original price (in year 1986) 90 roubles.
Elikon 35C (I) #6624936. (Juhani's #5217979)

At least two Elikon-35C types with several modifications. (Sovietcams.com)

Fourth picture shows a domestic version with cyrillic texts, and there is a lot of it added! Serial is on a flash guide plate on the outside of rear cover (#5105992)

Fifth & sixth picture show export version (serial 8911543 now inside back cover), and flash switch has now a red flash symbol. Oddest feature is the ELIKON 35C nameplate: it does not exist, but a piece of leatherette instead. The leatherette is same type as on camera, also the finish is same style, so it is very likely it is original!

Seventh picture shows latin text export version (serial 4461408)
(Click to enlarge)


Created by Vlad on 8/30/2007 1:45:56 PM   |   Last Edited by cedricfan on 9/12/2008 8:14:23 AM   Revision History  
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