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Manufactured in ex-URSS from 1956 until 1966.
Index of rarity in France : Rare (among non-specialized garage sales)
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Inventory number: 11017

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Gomz Leningrad

The Leningrad was a fabulous camera that did not meet the expected success. It is a rangefinder, camera with interchangeable lens, motorized.
The rangefinder is integrated into the viewfinder. Therein a projected frame adapts to the focal length of the lens in use (35, 50, 85 and 135 mm). The rangefinder can be set quite easily.
The viewfinder has a dioptric correction.
The shutter is cocked by a spring motor. It achieves a rate of three images per second. A "lift" of the motor allows twelve triggers. Reassembly is done by turning the huge button.

Gomz Leningrad