Lomopedia: Lubitel

The name “Lubitel” roughly translates to “Amateur.” Like the Komsomolets, it was produced in Bakelite. And just for kicks – a Chinese copy of this original Lubitel emerged in 1961 under the mysteriously hilarious name, “Changle.”

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