Lomography 35mm Video Camera

Lomography Steps Into the Film Biz With a 35mm Video Camera

Lomography Steps Into the Film Biz With a 35mm Video Camera

Ready to add a totally new Lomography experience to your photography practice? Now that you've become an expert with the Diana, Holga, and FishEye cameras, go to the next lomo level and create a film using the LomoKinoScope package ($100). The LomoKino uses ordinary 35mm film; a roll of 36 exposures will turn out an analog film of 144 frames.

The trademark lo-fi features include a rotating film crank, basic indicator switch to know when the film is spent, 1m focusing, and optional flash mounting. The LomoKinoScope that accompanies the basic camera lets you view the roll of developed, uncut film. Now forget the rules of digital film making and take the LomoKino out in the wild to craft your own film vignettes. Check out every retro detail of the camera in the gallery.

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