This time I deal with one of the most popular cameras in the world: the Lomo Smena. In the specific case (just to complicate a little the affair) the SL version, adopting a sort of variation of more known “Rapid” loading system, introduced by Agfa in 1964. Born as an antagonist of the Kodak 126 system, it was adopted by some brands, but didn’t have long nor too fortunate life. I have to say about, that in my childhood I used repeatedly Kodak Instamatic cameras, either in 126 or 110 and perhaps one Agfa 110 … but I’ve never seen a Rapid or SL model.
While rummaging in the cupboards, to decide what to put in the packages because of the imminent move, looks a bit where I go to drop my eye? Right on a box of slides with written over: “Colosseum December 2005 – Canon Eos 3000-8 and 16 mm”. Apart from the surprise to remember that even in 2005 (booming digital) I had the desire to shoot film , I was struck by the fact that I had done everything with two Soviet fisheye lenses .