|Amount of lenses||2|
|Dimensions||5 x 3.5 x 4 inches|
The Lubitel lomography camera is a medium format twin-lens reflex cameras. It is a toy camera that uses 120 mm film. The shutter can be adjusted up to 1/250 of a second and has aperture settings from f/4.5 to f/22. It also features a Cooke triplet lens. It was manufactured in Russia and its basic design was based on the 1930's Voigtländer Brillant camera.
Various LOMO Lubitel models:
- Lubitel TLR 1950-1956
- Lubitel-2 1955-1977
- Lubitel-166 1977-1980
- Lubitel-166 B 1980-?
- Lubitel-166 Universal 1984-August 1988 (production terminated)
- Lubitel-166+ 2008- (manufactured by Lomographic Society)