3 Nov
Use any type of 35mm film to create your 1-minute masterpieces

The longtime favorite of analog camera subculture, Lomography is breaking away from their staple market and have unveiled LomoKino, their first movie camera. Of course you better believe it ain’t digital, opting for the beauty and light that only 35mm film can capture — and it can use any type of 35mm film, be it slide film, black & white, etc. A typical roll will make one single 36 to 48 second LomoMovie. The LomoKino features continuous aperture adjustment from f/5.6 to f/11 (without stops) for effortless light adjustment and fast focusing from 1m on (plus close-ups up to .6m). Plus it can also use any Lomography flash, and is tripod mountable. To view your one-minute masterpiece, simply load the film into the LomoKinoScope and watch away. The LomoKino 35mm Movie Camera is available now at Lomography for $79.

Below are two videos, the first shows how to load and use the LomoKino, the next shows how to use the LomoKinoScope to view your recently filmed masterpiece…

LomoKino: Using the LomoKinoScope from Lomography on Vimeo.

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