(travel companion or fellow traveler in Russian) is yet another classic
Russian camera. You can take six 6x6 stereo pairs on a standard 120 rollfilm.
Of course, the film has to be advanced to every odd numbered frame (1,
3, 5 etc). The camera was made by GOMZ (now LOMO) in the 60's. As its
predecessor, Lubitel, Sputnik was made of Bakelite and had a waist-level
reflex finder with a central ground glass focusing spot. All three lenses
are gear coupled and can be focused down to 1.3 m.
- Shutter speeds are: B, 1/10
- Taking lenses: T (Triplet)-22,
coated, f=7.5 cm, 1:4.5, aperture settings from 4.5 to 22.
- The camera has a self-timer
and a PC flash terminal.
The Sputnik comes complete with
its original case (exc. condition).
This Sputnik is a great user, a classic and uncommon Soviet collectible camera.