Half-frame cameras


249.00 zł

Belomo Agat 18K *NEW*
Years: 1983 - 1991
Condition: 10

Compact camera produced by BeLOMO in 1983-1991. It is a miniature, very original, lightweight design, offering semi-frame pictures - 18 x 24 mm. Despite being almost entirely made of plastic, Agat is able to take pictures with a surprisingly good picture for a camera of this type. It owes this to the Industar-104 2.8 / 28mm lens. The shutter speeds are 1 / 65-1 / 540 s. However, they are not shown numerically on the camera, but only by means of icons with weather.

The offered copy is factory NEW, in an unsealed box.

199.00 zł

149.00 zł

Belomo Czajka 2
Years: 1967-1972
Condition: 9

A series of simple, well-made half-frame cameras (18 x 24mm) produced by MMZ (later known as BeLOMO).
The name was probably given in honor of the first cosmonaut Walentyna Wladimirowa Tiereszkowa ("Czajka" is the code pseudonym of the entire space operation, in which the woman took part).
All Czajka's were neat compacts, equipped with a decent shutter with five exposure times (1/30, 1/60, 1/125, 1/250, B) with a synchronization socket, as well as an Industar-69 2.8 / 28 lens.

249.00 zł

Belomo Czajka 2 *NEW*
Years: 1967-1972
Condition: 10

A series of simple, well-made half-frame cameras (18 x 24mm) produced by MMZ (later known as BeLOMO).
The name was probably given in honor of the first cosmonaut Walentyna Wladimirowa Tiereszkowa ("Czajka" is the code pseudonym of the entire space operation, in which the woman took part).
All Czajka's were neat compacts, equipped with a decent shutter with five exposure times (1/30, 1/60, 1/125, 1/250, B) with a synchronization socket, as well as an Industar-69 2.8 / 28 lens.

229.00 zł

199.00 zł

Fed Mikron
Years: 1967 - 1985
Condition: 8

FED Mikron (ФЭД Микрон) is a half-frame camera manufactured in the USSR in 1967-85 in a total of about 110,000 pieces.
It is also known under the name FED-30, it is a copy of Konica EYE from the same period.
It has a full automation of exposure controlled by a selenium and no battery requiring light meter located on the lens.
The lens is very bright Helios-89 30mm / f1.9, the shutter has a wide range of times 1/30 to 1 / 800s and also a bulb time.


319.00 zł

279.00 zł

Olympus Pen EE
Years: 1961 - 1962
Condition: 7

The series of 35mm Olympus PEN half-frame cameras was designed in 1959 by Yoshihisa Maitani. They were the first half cameras produced in Japan, and also one of the smallest cameras on the 135 format film at the time.

PEN EE was put into production in 1961, has full automation of exposure and one focus point (fixed focus). It is a classic 'point and shoot' camera, it has a selenium light meter that controls the exposure parameters. The shutter has two times - 1/60 and 1/250 s.
The lens with a focal length of 28mm is characterized by brightness F3.5, with the smallest shutter with a value of 22.

279.00 zł

Olympus Pen EE
Years: 1961 - 1962
Condition: 8

The series of 35mm Olympus PEN half-frame cameras was designed in 1959 by Yoshihisa Maitani. They were the first half cameras produced in Japan, and also one of the smallest cameras on the 135 format film at the time.

PEN EE was put into production in 1961, has full automation of exposure and one focus point (fixed focus). It is a classic 'point and shoot' camera, it has a selenium light meter that controls the exposure parameters. The shutter has two times - 1/60 and 1/250 s.
The lens with a focal length of 28mm is characterized by brightness F3.5, with the smallest shutter with a value of 22.

139.00 zł

99.00 zł

Belomo Czajka 2M
Years: 1967-1972
Condition: 7

Czajka 2M is a version of the second version devoid of a light meter. Design was also improved, on which Chayka 3 was later modeled.

Czajka is a series of simple, well-made half-frame cameras (18 x 24mm) produced by MMZ (later known as BeLOMO).
The name was probably given in honor of the first cosmonaut Walentyna Wladimirowa Tiereszkowa ("Czajka" is the code pseudonym of the entire space operation, in which the woman took part).
All Czajka's were neat compacts, equipped with a decent shutter with five exposure times (1/30, 1/60, 1/125, 1/250, B) with a synchronization socket, as well as an Industar-69 2.8 / 28 lens.

219.00 zł

169.00 zł

Agfa Optima Parat
Years: 1963 - ?
Condition: 7

Optima Parat is a half frame 35mm film viewfinder camera made by Agfa and introduced in 1963.

From the 1950's to the 1970's, Agfa made a series of cameras called the Optima. One camera in this series was a half-frame model. In many ways it was similar to the other half-frame cameras of the day. The built-in Selenium cell lightmeter controls the shutter speed and the aperture settings in programmed automatic exposure control. The lens is Agfa Color-Solinar 30mm f/2.8 four elements in three groups and Compur-B 1/30-1/250 s shutter.


289.00 zł

219.00 zł

Agfa Optima Paramat
Years: 1960 - ?
Condition: 9

Optima Paramat is a half frame 35mm film viewfinder camera made by Agfa and introduced in 1963.

From the 1950's to the 1970's, Agfa made a series of cameras called the Optima. One camera in this series was a half-frame model. In many ways it was similar to the other half-frame cameras of the day. The built-in Selenium cell lightmeter controls the shutter speed and the aperture settings in programmed automatic exposure control. The lens is 30mm f/2.8 Apotar, shutter has two times available - 1/30, 1/125 s + Bulb.

199.00 zł

179.00 zł

Belomo Czajka 2
Years: 1967-1972
Condition: 9

A series of simple, well-made half-frame cameras (18 x 24mm) produced by MMZ (later known as BeLOMO).
The name was probably given in honor of the first cosmonaut Walentyna Wladimirowa Tiereszkowa ("Czajka" is the code pseudonym of the entire space operation, in which the woman took part).
All Czajka's were neat compacts, equipped with a decent shutter with five exposure times (1/30, 1/60, 1/125, 1/250, B) with a synchronization socket, as well as an Industar-69 2.8 / 28 lens.

159.00 zł

Belomo Agat 18K
Years: 1983 - 1991
Condition: 9

Compact camera produced by BeLOMO in 1983-1991. It is a miniature, very original, lightweight design, offering semi-frame pictures - 18 x 24 mm. Despite being almost entirely made of plastic, Agat is able to take pictures with a surprisingly good picture for a camera of this type. It owes this to the Industar-104 2.8 / 28mm lens. The shutter speeds are 1 / 65-1 / 540 s. However, they are not shown numerically on the camera, but only by means of icons with weather.

249.00 zł

Agfa Parat I
Years: 1963 - 1968
Condition: 9

Optima Parat is a half frame 35mm film viewfinder camera made by Agfa and introduced in 1963.

From the 1950's to the 1970's, Agfa made a series of cameras called the Optima. One camera in this series was a half-frame model. In many ways it was similar to the other half-frame cameras of the day.

It is a fully manual camera, in which the shutter speed is selected in range of 1/30 - 1/125s, bulb mode is also available. The lens is an extremely sharp 3-element Agfa Color-Apotar 30mm f / 2.8.