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Lomography Lomokino 35mm Movie Maker 420


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  • Uses any kind of 35mm film.
  • Simple shooting - just rotate the advancing crank to shoot your movie
  • Aperture settings from f/5.6 to f/11, can be changed during shooting
  • Frames per. roll (36 exp.): 144 frames
  • Movies can easily be uploaded and shared, or when shot with slide film and developed in E-6 chemistry you can use the handy Kinoscope Viewer (sold separately) to view your movie.
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Lomography Lomokino 35mm Movie Maker 420 + Lomography 400 ASA 36 exp 35mm color film 3 pack + Lomography 35mm 36 Exposure 800 ISO film- 3 pack
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Lomography
  • Model: 420

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 3.2 x 4 inches ; 7.7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0062YNVL8
  • Item model number: 420
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,787 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 3, 2011

Product Description

Get ready to have your world turned upside down! The LomoKino, Lomography's very own 35mm movie camera, is set to revolutionize the analogue landscape forever. Forget about the rules and direct your own stunning short films - with this handy camera, all you need is a 35mm roll and your creativity! Each roll of film results in 36-48 second long 35mm movies!

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I wanted to give a good, qualified review of the Lomokino, so I waited to write this until I had loaded, shot, digitized, edited, and posted a movie from this camera. The entire process can be tedious, but the results are very unique. The camera is a lot of fun to shoot with too, but not without a few difficulties.

First, the good:

Finish: For a toy camera, Lomography put a lot of polish on the fit and finish. It is encased in a sort of faux leather, which actually lends the camera a pretty good aesthetic. It's small (about the size of a large orange), and although it feels like it would not withstand a beating, it did feel durable enough to use without worrying about breaking it.

Image Quality: The image quality is what makes this camera truly unique. It shoots in a super-wide aspect ratio and uses a plastic lens, meaning that each frame you shoot has 25% area volume of a standard 35mm frame and its lens is far from sharp on the edges and corners. However, this is all part of the charm, and the look is uniquely Lomo. If you've ever shot through a Holga or Lomo camera, it's pretty much of that quality (although most of what gives any shot a "Lomo" aesthetic is the film, let's be honest).

The Neutral:

Film Loading: I couldn't call this one bad because each camera loads a little bit different. The loading mechanism is counter-intuitive, using a wrap-around method to position the emulsion side of the film behind the lens. What makes this difficult is that, unlike most cameras, the natural curl of the film must be overcome to get the film to load correctly. I'm sure Lomo did this to keep the size of the camera down, but it takes a time or two to master.

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3 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Kris on December 10, 2012
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I bought this camera and shot one roll of film with it before I sold it on ebay. It could be fun if you have the time and patience to edit all the frames and turn it into a video, but I found it pretty boring, and low quality.
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