Posts Tagged ‘lomography’

Lomo Releases Special Edition Transparent Konstruktor, An Unusable Film Camera

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Lomography is no stranger to releasing strange cameras — everything from Where’s Waldo editions to a hand-cranked movie camera have crossed our desks — but the Transparent Collector’s Edition Konstruktor is perhaps cooler and definitely less useful than all of those.

That’s because the Transparent Konstruktor camera that Lomography just announces is, as the name implies, a transparent film camera… which also makes it an unusable film camera. Read more…

Kodak Alaris and Lomography Partner Up, Vow to Keep Film Photography Alive

An elegy for Kodak (and film in general)

Analog photography buffs can rest a little easier: Photographic film is now supported by the combined economic majesty of Lomography and the photographic offshoot of post-bankruptcy Kodak. Read more…

Review: Lomography’s Experimental Lens Kit for MFT Cameras

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Today I received an Experimental Lens Kit from Lomography and immediately took it on a test ride while having my lunch break.

In case you don’t know about it, it is a newly-released kit of thee plastic lenses with plastic optics. As well as an integrated shutter, so you can take ‘real’ double or multi exposures just like in the analog days. Read more…

Lomography Releases ‘Experimental Lens Kit,’ Turns MFT Shooters into Toy Cameras

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Great news, Micro Four Thirds shooters — you no longer need Instagram filters and the like to make your photos look… how shall we put this… distressed.

That’s because toy camera powerhouse Lomography has just released an arsenal of plastic lenses that can add multiple-exposure, fisheye, color tint and other effects to previously ordinary shots. Read more…

Lomography’s New Diana Model Comes Complete With Instax Instant Film Back

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Medium-format, questionable build and instant prints? Lomography has hit yet another trifecta with the new Diana F+ Instant Film, a low-fi shooter that adds instant printing capability to one of the company’s most popular models. Read more…

Giving Away 5 Lomography Konstruktor DIY SLR Kits (and Film As Well)

Update: This giveaway is now over. The randomly selected winners have been announced at the end of this post.


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Yesterday we picked the winner of our latest 50mm f/1.4 lens giveaway, and this week we’re giving away another neat piece of gear. This week, five (5) lucky readers will each win a free Lomography Konstruktor, the world’s first build-it-yourself 35mm SLR kit (here’s our original article about it). Each kit will also come with six (6) rolls of Lomography Color Negative film.
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Lomography Resurrects the 19th Century Petzval Lens for Canon and Nikon SLRs

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Want to shoot with the oldest looking lens on the block? Lomography today announced that it has brought an old school lens back from the dead. It’s the Petzval lens, originally introduced by optic inventor Joseph Petzval back in 1840. Lomo has reinvented and reengineered the lens for modern day Canon and Nikon SLR cameras.
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Lomography Konstruktor is the World’s First Build-It-Yourself 35mm SLR

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You may have seen built-it-yourself 35mm pinhole cameras before, but have you ever seen a DIY SLR? Lomography today announced the Konstruktor, a camera it calls “the world’s first 35mm do-it-yourself” SLR camera. If you loved building model airplanes as a kid, this is one camera kit you’re going to love.
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Lomography Belair X 6-12 Gets a 35mm Back for Panorama Snapshots

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Announced near the end of last year, Lomography’s Belair X 6-12 is the world’s first 6×12 auto-exposure medium format camera.

If you love the idea of shooting medium format in a point-and-shoot manner but find the cost of buying the film prohibitive, Lomography now has a “fix” for you. The company has announced a new 35mm back for the Belair X 6-12 that turns it into a 35mm camera when you’d like to take breaks from 120 film.
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Lomo-Copter: Analog Aerial Photos with a Diana F+ Mounted to a Tricopter

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What do you get when you combine a Lomography Diana F+ camera with a remote controlled Tricopter? Answer: the Lomo-Copter!

It’s what the clever folks over at FliteTest recently built, giving them a unique way to capture lo-fi analog aerial photos.
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