This camera was used by traffic police, I guess. The complete set consist of Selena camera, special film cartridge for 200-300 shots, graded viewfinder etc. All that stuff is placed in quite funny red case with personal number, matching camera number #20018. (sovietcams.com)
This camera is an experimental model of "Belomo" cameras created in the end of the 1990s.
Primarily it was designed for its service in traffic police.
The original construction of the camera allows it to be fixed on police vehicles or stationary speed control stations.
The camera makes possible to shoot fast moving objects (vehicles’ registration numbers which helps to identify the speeder) with great preciseness.
However, to use it on speed control posts was rather inconvenient, so the cameras moved to police vehicles.
Here it also wasn’t a success as not every police officer could use it correctly and efficiently.
Therefore, the experiment flopped, and the whole small series of the camera went back to the factory.
Later on all these cameras, being a special purpose development, was dissembled.
The camera comes with two lenses: Jupiter 39 and 38 that allow shooting at the distance of 24-85m or 13-41m,
correspondingly. Besides, along with the camera and the lenses, the kit includes:
1. Four reels for voluntary loading
2. A 30-meter cassette
3. A view-finder
4. Lens Covers
5. A special case for the camera ( red and black color )
6. Wooden box for camera equipment and cables
Picture 6 and 7, you can see a completely camera
Picture 8, 9, 10, camera being revised (Omega)