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  1. Lomography LomoKino

     

    LOMOGRAPHY’S LOMOKINO LAUNCH

    Make Movie Magic!

    • Launch of the Super 35 Movie Maker – The LomoKino!
    • Create LomoMovies to laugh, cry, or simultaneously do both over, with any type of 35mm film!
    • Lightweight, easy to use, and quick to develop, the LomoKino is designed to free movies, till now, stored in your mind! 

    We at Lomography desire to see the world through your eyes and to inspire and be inspired by the creative genius inside each and every one of us. So, we created the LomoKino! And now, in your hands, this little light-weight is sure to capture your hearts and the attention of your friends at your movie screenings!

    “Lights, Camera, Action!”

    You cried, as you began winding the crank on the right of the black box camera. In the back of your mind you can see each beautiful standalone frame – some of which you’d like to blowup and hang up – as well as the entirety of your piece in action surrounded by serene silence you can pair sounds and your favorite songs to later.

    After the short, but seeming like forever, wait for your film to be developed, you begin screening your dailies and see your piece of art take form! And why keep this unique B/W portal into a romance trapped in time, or else a hyper intense color documentation of your running away with the circus, to yourself!

    Upload your LomoMovies to www.lomography.com to share the stories you’ve been keeping inside for this long while at the same time enjoying other works from all across the globe! 

    Technical Details – Frame by Frame

    Ladies and gentlemen, allow us to introduce you to the one, the only, “reel” deal, LomoKino!

    Film Type: all kind of 135 roll film

    Lens: 25mm

    Exposure area: 24mm x 8.5mm: 144 images/film

    Continuous Aperture: f/5.6 - f/11

    Shutter: 1/100

    Hand cranked: approx. 3-4 fps, 36-48 sec. movie per roll

    Film counting: volume display

    Focusing: (normal) 1m~infinity, (press button for) 0.6m close up

    Tripod mount: yes

      

    PERMALINK      November 05 2011
Handcrafted by Christopher Self