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Sokol Automat

The Sokol Automat is a 35mm rangefinder camera made by GOMZ in Leningrad, launched in 1966. The original model has six CdS cells mounted above the lens. The 1969 model has 3 CdS cells. This camera may have a relationship with Fujica 35 Auto M. [1] The export version for the German company Foto-Quelle is called the Revue Auto RS[2].

Sokol 2

The Sokol 2 is a rangefinder camera for 35mm film, launched by LOMO in 1979. It is user-friendly, offering a parallax corrected viewfinder with superimposed precise rangefinder and a built-in electronic light meter. This model has a hot shoe for flash connection.