Night owls, meet the '35' – the most modern-looking of the Smena clan.
Boasting the famous, color-bursting Lomo 3 element, coated 'Triplet' lens and fully manual controls, this dude is ideal for all your nocturnal activities, thanks to its talent to flash (built-in hotshoe) and to go on multiple- and long-exposures (Bulb setting).
This lightweight chap is a classic Russian masterpiece of the late '70s to early '80s.
Crafted in plastic, with a brushed aluminum nameplate and lens housing, the 8M is definitely a looker! But the charm goes beyond its classy looks – expect to fall in-love with the gorgeous colors and saturation, courtesy of its 'Triplet' lens.
The 'Symbol' enjoyed the limelight from the early '80s to early '90s, and for a good reason – it is the enhanced version of its ancestor, the 8M.
Built in plastic and metal nameplate/lens housing, it is equally dashing as its older brother, but is equipped with a coupled shutter cock and film advance, as well as a standard hot-shoe flash sync.