Compact cameras


89.00 zł

59.00 zł

Lomo Smena 8M
Years: 1970 - 1995
Condition: 8

Smiena 8M - a Soviet 35mm compact camera, produced in the years 1970-1995 by Lomo, a de facto modernized technologically and aesthetically Smiena 8 camera.

Smiena 8M is a simple, manual viewfinder without a rangefinder, light meter or self-timer. The camera body is made of plastic with decorative metal elements, and the lens housing is made of light metal.

Focusing is done manually on the basis of a scale on the lens, equipped with auxiliary graphic symbols. The exposure is set entirely by hand, using a simple system that facilitates the proper selection of exposure parameters: the aperture is set according to the sensitivity of the used film (from 1: 4 for 13 DIN / 16 GOST to 1:16 for ...

89.00 zł

Lomo Smena 8M
Years: 1970 - 1995
Condition: 8

Smiena 8M - a Soviet 35mm compact camera, produced in the years 1970-1995 by Lomo, a de facto modernized technologically and aesthetically Smiena 8 camera.

Smiena 8M is a simple, manual viewfinder without a rangefinder, light meter or self-timer. The camera body is made of plastic with decorative metal elements, and the lens housing is made of light metal.

Focusing is done manually on the basis of a scale on the lens, equipped with auxiliary graphic symbols. The exposure is set entirely by hand, using a simple system that facilitates the proper selection of exposure parameters: the aperture is set according to the sensitivity of the used film (from 1: 4 for 13 DIN / 16 GOST to 1:16 for ...

99.00 zł

79.00 zł

Lomo Smena 8M
Years: 1970 - 1995
Condition: 9

Smiena 8M - a Soviet 35mm compact camera, produced in the years 1970-1995 by Lomo, a de facto modernized technologically and aesthetically Smiena 8 camera.

Smiena 8M is a simple, manual viewfinder without a rangefinder, light meter or self-timer. The camera body is made of plastic with decorative metal elements, and the lens housing is made of light metal.

Focusing is done manually on the basis of a scale on the lens, equipped with auxiliary graphic symbols. The exposure is set entirely by hand, using a simple system that facilitates the proper selection of exposure parameters: the aperture is set according to the sensitivity of the used film (from 1: 4 for 13 DIN / 16 GOST to 1:16 for ...

249.00 zł

Agfa Optima Sensor Flash
Years: 1981 - 1983
Condition: 9

The Agfa Optima Sensor Electronic Flash is the fifth model from the Optima Sensor Electronic series, and features a built-in, flip-up electronic flash. It was introduced in 1981 and probably produced until 1983, when Agfa ceased camera production.

Like other Optima Sensor Electronic models, the camera features:

- zone focus lens, and a fully automatic exposure system with no manual override.
- Paratronic shutter, electromagnet Sensor shutter release, unique film loading system, and reversible wind crank.


229.00 zł

Carl Zeiss Werra 2
Years: 1954 - 1964
Condition: 8

The Werra is a series of 35mm viewfinder or rangefinder cameras manufactured by the Carl Zeiss Jena factory which was primarily a lens-making plant. The Werra is named after a small German river.

The cameras offer a high degree of control with a minimum number of levers, knobs or rings. In their simplest incarnations, the Werras featured only a shutter release button on the top plate. With its streamlined styling, one could call the Werras a design camera. Nearly all other controls were incorporated into the lens barrel.

The most unique feature of the Werra is the covered ring around the lens barrel. Twisting the ring cocks the shutter and advanced the film in one motion. In addition, the lens ...

279.00 zł

Olympus AF-10
Years: 1991 - ?
Condition: 8

The Olympus AF-10 (Infinity Jr. in the US) of 1991 was a fully automatic 35mm compact camera, nicknamed "Picasso Mini Super" in Japan.

It is all-automatic point and shoot camera that takes care of things for you as a photographer, allowing you to concentrate on what you do best: shooting.

It has same lens as classic Olympus MJU (Stylus) and very accurate auto-focus system. One of the best things about this camera is how responsive it is. Half press activates the camera to be ready to shoot near instantly.

329.00 zł

Olympus AF-10 Super
Years: 1991 - ?
Condition: 8

The Olympus AF-10 Super (Infinity Jr. in the US) of 1991 was a fully automatic 35mm compact camera, nicknamed "Picasso Mini Super" in Japan.

It is all-automatic point and shoot camera that takes care of things for you as a photographer, allowing you to concentrate on what you do best: shooting.

It has same lens as classic Olympus MJU (Stylus) and very accurate auto-focus system. One of the best things about this camera is how responsive it is. Half press activates the camera to be ready to shoot near instantly.

199.00 zł

Ricoh 35 FM
Years: 1970-1978
Condition: 8

Ricoh 35 ZF is a very small compact camera ideal for street photography using zone focusing.
It was produced for 8 years from 1978. It has a bright 40mm F: 28 Rikenon lens and full automatic exposure.
The advantage of this model is an extremely quiet shutter with fixed speed 1/125s.


339.00 zł

Olympus AF-1
Years: 1986 - ?
Condition: 8

The Olympus AF-1 (Infinity in the US) of 1986 was the world's first weatherproof fully automatic 35mm compact camera, earning it the nickname "Nurepika" (wet flash) in Japan. It was the first in the Olympus AF series.

It's equipped with rare in the compact cameras world feature - focus lock. Press and hold the 'focus lock' button with left thumb, aim at the target with central box and press the shutter release button down, recompose the view, then release the 'focus lock' button to release the shutter.

269.00 zł

Olympus AF-10 Twin
Years: 1991 - ?
Condition: 7

The Olympus AF-10 Twin of 1991 has a biaxial (twin-lens) system so the user can switch between a 35mm wide-angle lens and a 70mm telephoto lens. A button on top of the camera lets you switch between lenses (it adjusts the viewfinder as well). It has autofocus and auto-exposure, with shutter speeds of 1/15 to 1/750s. Auto-flash (can be switched off or switched to fill-in manually)

349.00 zł

Lomo LC-A *Factory NEW*
Years: 1984 - 1994
Condition: 10

Lomo ŁK-A (Lomo LC-A) - a brand of Soviet cameras manufactured since 1984 by the precision optics factory OAO Lomo from Leningrad.

A characteristic feature of the ŁK-A (Łomo-Kompakt-Automat) model was its low price, small dimensions of 107 × 68 × 43.5 mm, low weight of 250 g and uncomplicated operation, which was enabled by an electronically controlled shutter coupled with the exposure metering system.
Settings were limited to setting the distance and sensitivity of the film. Thanks to these features, Łomo managed to sell over 250,000 pieces of the camera, the production of which was abandoned in the late 1980s.

The camera was equipped with a 3-lens wide-angle "Minitar-1" lens with a viewing angle of 63 ° and a ...

79.00 zł

Revue 300C
Years: ? - ?
Condition: 7

This compact camera is a clone of a Regula Picca C.
The construction of the camera is anodised aluminium and mostly plastic, the leatherette texture on the camera is molded plastic. This model has a fake selenium light meter cell panel on the front, this may be a purely aesthetic choice to keep the models looking consistent.