Saturday, April 7, 2012

Just For Kids

Liliput - a small 36mm point-and-shoot camera produced in 1937-1939 at the State Optical & Mechanical Plant, Leningrad.
It had a bakelite body, fixed-focused f9/38mm lens, behind-the-lens leaf shutter and Albada viewfinder. Instead of regular film rolls or cassettes, the Liliput used special cartridges for eight or twelve 24x24mm frames.
Indeed, it was marketed as 'Kids' Camera".

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