The Fujifilm Rensha Cardia BYU-N 16 is a bad ass Actionsampler's big brother. Packed with 16 lenses, you can either take individual photos or on a continuous series with its 20mm F9.5 lenses and a shutter speed of 1/250.
The 16 lenses are fired at ultra-high speed (0.3 seconds), fast (1.2 seconds) or medium-speed (2 seconds) … chosen by pressing a button beside the LCD at the top of the camera. The LCD displays the frame count as well as 16 numbered boxes which will be ‘blacked out’ once that particular shot has been taken.
Divided equally, the 16 shots are placed in two normal 35mm frames. Powered by 2 batteries (CR123A), this camera also auto advances and rewinds.
There is also a 8-lens version Rensha Cardia (which I once owned but died the day I dropped it. Duh!)
written by Kwyn Kenaz Aquino on 2015-04-18 in #people
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