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The Uchenik (Russian: Ученик 'pupil', 'student') is a camera from the former Soviet Union. It is a sort of box camera, taking a 4.5/6cm picture, and produced around the 1930s.[1] It had 80 mm meniscus lens.

Another camera with same name was in experimental production from 1952 to 1954. It was view 9x12 cm camera with Triplet Т-26 135 f/6.3 lens and leaf shutter 1/10" to 1/200" + BULB.


  1. Uchenik (archived) at SovietCams.com