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Lomographic Fisheye Number 2 Camera


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  • It has 180-degree wide-angle view and stunning fisheye barrel distortion
  • The Fisheye No. 2 adds a bulb setting for long exposures and a switch for multiple exposures on the same frame
  • The ability to fire both a hotshoe flash and the built-in flash
  • A true fisheye viewfinder and a "full metal jacket" body treatment
  • uses standard 35 mm film
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Lomography
  • Model: 947
  • Film Format Type: 35mm
  • Lens Type: fixed
  • Minimum focal length: 10 millimeters
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 3 x 1 inches ; 11.7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000JFJ06G
  • Item model number: 947
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,239 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 17, 2003

Product Description

The world's greatest compact Fisheye camera is now more amazing than you ever thought possible! Not only does it have same 180-degree wide-angle view and stunning fisheye barrel distortion, but the Fisheye No. 2 adds a bulb setting for long exposures, a switch for multiple exposures on the same frame, the ability to fire both a hotshoe flash and the built-in flash, a true fisheye viewfinder, and a "full metal jacket" body treatment. With this new arsenal, the possibilities for your Fisheye lomography are endless! Uses normal 35mm film that can be developed anywhere. FEATURES "B" (Bulb) setting By holding down the shutter button with your finger, you can keep the shutter open for as long as you like - thereby inviting all the gorgeous ambient light outside to come on in. To close the shutter, merely release the button. "LNB" variable exposure switch Use this to control your Fisheye 2's shutter timing. "L" locks the shutter so it can't accidentally fire. "N" shoots a normal, instant exposure (1/100 sec, f/8). "B" or "bulb" selects Fisheye 2's long exposure capabilities - as detailed above. Standard Flash Hotshoe & Built-In Electronic Flash Use this to sync a Lomographic Colorsplash Flash or any other manual hotshoe flash to your Fisheye 2. The flash will fire when you hit the shutter release. You can also use the internal (built-in) flash as well. When using the "N" setting, both the internal and hotshoe flash will fire when you hit the shutter button (first curtain). If you select "B", then the hotshoe flash will fire when you first depress the button (first curtain), and the internal flash will fire when you let go of the button (second curtain). Multiple Exposure Switch (MX)

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Customer Reviews

Great fun, high quality for what it is.
Heather M. Rudloff
I was really excited to get this as I was interested in trying film cameras and this camera looked so fun.
dandj313
I'd tell anyone who is looking through the different models of fish eye cameras to buy this one.
Amanda Wanberg

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

96 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Christos Pathiakis on June 11, 2007
I had a great time using the original Lomo fisheye. The camera had it's limitations, including the annoying habit of shooting pictures of the inside of your bag while you weren't looking, but overall a workhorse that provided consistent image quality.

Having worn that first one out with heavy use, I decided to upgrade to the Lomo Fisheye 2. Tee features, locking shutter button, manual exposure with rear curtain flash, hotshoe!! all the things I covetted. Unfortunately, this model is just not what it could be, especially with the increased cost and SIZE versus slim changes in your average functionality.

Here's my specific, whining complaints. Most are what I consider design flaws or thoughtlessness that hamper truly effective use of the camera. (I assume others may not be impeded or annoyed by one or all of these issues, but if they haven't been redesigned, these are definite considerations to before purchase.

1. Film wind crank will not stay folded flush to camera. It is extremely flimsy, especially when taking into account the camera's poor winding action. The crank is going to either snap off in my bag or while winding a roll of film in the near future as it continues to loosen daily.

2. Lens cap will not stay on the lens. It just falls off, dragged down by the weight of it's cord or pushed off by the slightest contact. There are little tabs on the cap rim that are meant to hook over the BIG, gratuitous, metal lip of the lens body, but the cap itself is too soft and elastic to maintain a grip. My cap is now gone, having been torn off the lanyard somewhere then (my bad) misplaced during a night shoot where I was using the Fisheye to pick up some distinctive wide angles in addition to stard shots on a regular digital SLR.

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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Luis Solano on April 1, 2007
So after buying and testing the Supersampler, I decided to buy the Fisheye 2 as well. It comes in a very neat, original packaging and to my pleasant suprise, it's even more beautiful in person! The construction is much more decent than the Supersampler's and it has metal all around the camera. The Lens is quite nice, but be careful, it'll scratch easily. The viewfinder is amazing! you really get the fisheye 10mm vision with it.

I live in Costa Rica where it's always sunny and bright, so I use ASA 100 with this camera and the results are amazing, with a little editing you'll get really good looking, nice quality images. I'll recomend that you develop the roll but instead of printing it right away, ask them to scan the negatives, that way you'll see the shots, do some editing and then print the ones you like, you'll save a lot of money and the results will be better.

It comes with a rubber lens cap, a little book with fisheye shots and a poster. I'm pleased with it and I highly recomend it!

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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Our Gun on May 1, 2007
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great little lomo camera. i love lomo and this is just one more reason why. i've found myself not using the detachable viewfinder though, although it is fun to take off the camera and look at the world through it. carry it around in your pocket--seriously!

the camera itself is good quality, seems sturdy. the image quality will vary with your film, but i have been shooting kodax reala 100 with great results. the color is amazing. the fisheye effect is fun and a good way to get yourself out of the "pro" rut that some photographers get in...trying to perfect every picture. just point and shoot with this one. the only downside is the fixed aperature and shutter speed. you need to be aware of what speed your film is and shoot in conditions to match. i shoot 100 speed, so i can rreally only shoot in bright bright sunlight with this cmaera unless i want to shoot in the bulb setting and get a blurry pic (can be fun also and is a great addition over the fisheye no. 1). the built in flash is virutally worthless--you always get the "flash specter" on the right side of the photo because the projecting lens gets in the way--get the colorsplash flash to add on. the hotshoe also works with any flash, so i've even tried out my canon 580ex on it! the colorsplash's size is perfect for this camera. they go together well.

in closing, this is just a fun, inexpensive camera that i recommend if you're feeling uninspired lately. don't expect it to be your only camera though. also, if you don't have an LC-A Kompakt yet, get one of those first because i just did and I have virtually retired the fisheye bc the LC-A is so great and fun! yay lomo!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By P. Kinsman on July 17, 2007
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I have had some excellent results with this camera and I have just begun to play around with it. I have gotten the best results when I shoot in outdoor, sunny conditions, or in still environments where I can use the bulb setting. When shooting close subjects, be warned that the range finder is way off. Use it to get an idea of what the shot will look like, but don't look through it to aim the shot. Just hold the lens in front of your subject from the angle you want.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Gabriel Velasco on November 15, 2007
Positive:

1. High production quality. Well made. Looks good. Feels good.

2. Very interesting camera. Everyone who sees the camera has questions and everyone who sees the pictures has questions.

3. Several unique or difficult to find features. Fish eye lens - usually a very expensive option on other cameras. "Rear curtain" sync flash - usually only found on very expensive cameras. "B" setting - not common on view finder cameras. Double exposure - extremely rare on manual advance cameras.

Negative:

Because of the location of the built-in flash and the size of the lens, extremely close up flash pictures will contain an annoying shadow caused by the lens housing. You can avoid this by using a flash mounted in the hot shoe or a lens mounted ring flash. This is a satisfactory solution because I never use the hot shoe mounted viewer and I prefer to use my ColorSplash flash with this camera anyway.

Interesting:

The top and bottom of the circular image are cut off. Maybe it would be nicer if the entire image fit within the rectangular frame of the film, but then the picture would be smaller, so this is probably OK. I usually crop the picture to be square anyway, or possibly crop a rectangular image out of the middle of the circular image, so this isn't really a problem.

Overall:

I love this camera. The camera itself is interesting and the pictures it takes are interesting. It has added lots of variety to my picture taking.
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