Introducing The LomoKino - The 35mm Movie Camera From Lomography

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With the LomoKino, you can create experimental movies of 144 frames on any 35mm analogue film. Load it with regular color negative, black and white and even redscale or slide films - Then simply wind the advancing crank to shoot! The LomoKino is here to reawaken the magical world of analogue moviemaking in the 21st century, get yours today!

Direct Your Own Analogue Masterpieces

The LomoKino is simple to use and packed full with fun features to experiment with; so forget the rules because it’s time to shoot fantastic movies, analogue style!

The LomoKino

*LomoKino Features*

  • Use all kinds of 35mm film – Make Color Negative movies, X-Processed movies, Redscale movies and Black and White movies!
  • Focus In A Flash – Easily focus anywhere between 0.6m and Infinity (just press the close-up button for movies between 1m and 0.6m)
  • Set Your Aperture – Continuous aperture settings from f/5.6 to f/11 – Smoothly adjust the aperture at any time whilst shooting
  • Grab a Tripod – Use the tripod thread and get ready for some steady movie action!
  • Light up your movie – Attach your favourite flashes to the LomoKino hot-shoe mount – Perfect for stop motion experimentation!
  • Shoot Away! – Shoot approximately 3-5 frames per second – Just turn the advancing lever to make your movie!
  • Check Your Movie Progress – Use the LomoKino’s volume display to check how much film you have left – When the red flag on top of the camera pops up, the shows over folks!

*Buy the LomoKino*

Find out more on the *LomoKino Microsite*

The LomoKinoScope Viewer

The LomoKinoScope Viewer

Exclusively available in the LomoKino & LomoKinoScope Package, the LomoKinoScope viewer allows you to watch your developed movies in a purely analogue way! Just load your movie rolls into the LomoKinoScope, rotate the viewing lever and watch your LomoKino movie unfold before your eyes! The LomoKino & LomoKinoScope Package contains:

  • A LomoKino Camera for shooting breathtaking movies
  • A LomoKinoScope Viewer for watching your developed cinematic masterpieces
  • A Film Container for storing your developed LomoKino movie roll

*Buy the LomoKino & LomoKinoScope Box*

Check out the *LomoKino Microsite*

Bringing analogue back to the movies with a bang in the 21st century, the LomoKino is a Lomography movie camera that shoots spectacular, creative movies on all kinds of 35mm film. Head to the Microsite, watch some Movies and begin your analogue movie-making journey today!

written by tomas_bates on 2011-11-03 in #news

43 Comments

  1. awfullysasha
    awfullysasha ·

    SHe is BEAUTIFUL

  2. panchoballard
    panchoballard ·

    Yay, I was right!

  3. schemerel
    schemerel ·

    oooh, and not to expensive, wel done lomography !

  4. georgebaker
    georgebaker ·

    great product, great price!!

  5. bernica
    bernica ·

    I KNEW IT!!! And now I'm crying and laughing and jumping... all in my head, cause I'm at University

  6. elletra
    elletra ·

    :)

  7. wn7ant
    wn7ant ·

    I don't know how they will keep these in stock.

  8. jennson
    jennson ·

    :O ..woaah

  9. wn7ant
    wn7ant ·

    You know what would be interesting? Shoot a movie using high speed film (for low light), use fluorescent paint as the subject, and use a black light to light the film when you watch it. Just a thought

  10. stipley
    stipley ·

    Amazing. Totally amazing!!!!!

  11. snoop
    snoop ·

    the great thing is that you can try out all these different things with this product! will soon upload my first rolls too, a new feature to add this to your lomohome is currently being unlocked!

  12. bribri89
    bribri89 ·

    just amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  13. stipley
    stipley ·

    Even better, totally affordable. Thank you lovely lomo peeps! X

  14. mikomuha
    mikomuha ·

    Really want a package!

  15. photomood
    photomood ·

    nice one! I'm going to order the package right now.. I really thought it would be expensive, but it's not! Awesome! :D

  16. mikailus
    mikailus ·

    I propose an idea:

    There are 100 ft. rolls of 35mm film that are still being made. I wonder if Lomo would consider creating an adaptor or magazine for the camera to take 100 ft. rolls, as well as increase the shutter speed to at least 18 or 24 frames per second, and make it adaptable to small motors that run up to 24 frames/second.

  17. alex34
    alex34 ·

    Supersampler with a crank, not a Super8. Woo.

  18. cecilialisbon
    cecilialisbon ·

    Wow, this has just made my day, absolutely genius :D

  19. sedgetone
    sedgetone ·

    Now all we need is the lab to do positive prints of our negs so we can view black & white or cross processed material. None cross processed slide should look really nice in the viewer. We'd also need some mad rapid cycling flash to be able to cope with it. I'm amazed at the price, I was expecting it to be crippling expensive to buy. I guess they'll make the money on the film sales and processing. It's nice but I'm not about to run out and buy one just yet.

  20. feelux
    feelux ·

    Awesommmeee

  21. welland
    welland ·

    love it

  22. superkulisap
    superkulisap ·

    another must-have product!

  23. superkulisap
    superkulisap ·

    another must-have product!

  24. angelhaken
    angelhaken ·

    @mikailus a adapter would be great :).. if u use a splitzer-mod u could run one roll of film twice so 288 Half-Frames instead of 144 .. i think its worth a try :P

  25. bravebird
    bravebird ·

    Definitely a must-have! Just bought it ;)

  26. pheebs
    pheebs ·

    @sedgetone Actually you do not need prints. All you need is either negatives or positives, scan them and chop them up into single photos to stich them together in a video using for example iMovie, Windows Movie Maker or Adobe Premiere.
    Yes it is a very hands on process but that is what being analog is all about!
    Rome wasn’t built in a day and your movie is analog and not digital.

    You are right about the flash. A normal flash may not be able to recharge fast enough to reach numerous flashes per second. However you may still be able to create creative stop motion photos using a flash, or using a high-end flash to achieve frequent flashing.

    I therefore do not recommend shooting in the dark expecting a well-lit fluid movie. If you want a well-lit scene at night grab a lamp and do some light designing .

    Here are some tips for using a flash with the LomoKino:
    Use a high-end flash product to achieve a short recharging time e.g. the Lomography Fritz the Blitz flash is able to recharge within a second at a 1/8 output mode.

    Using the flash to make stop motion photos: take each frame one by one until your flash is recharged. There are a thousand different ways to take creative stop motion photos. Have fun!

  27. amasharapova
    amasharapova ·

    the best thing ever! thank you!!!

  28. raffaellainv
    raffaellainv ·

    Woooooooow.....Great!
    Past, present and future together in this new camera!

  29. seamuslikesgold
    seamuslikesgold ·

    So really, this is an expensive Supersampler with a crank. I really wanted a Super 8+ or something. It's so expensive just for 30 seconds of film. Damn.

  30. pish
    pish ·

    Proper cool, but I dont think its worth it for only 30 seconds a roll. Love it but I'm gunna sit on my hands to see if anything else comes out to accompany it.

  31. vicuna
    vicuna ·

    Amazing!!! A whole new world of endless creativity is now in the hands of every lomographer!!!

  32. weedos
    weedos ·

    Wow!! Ordered :-)

  33. sedgetone
    sedgetone ·

    @pheebs I meant if you wanted to view what you shot on the little analogue viewer you'd need a positive reel made of your negative; likewise if you wanted to run on a shuttered hand crank projector. I was wondering whether Fritz would be a good match as you can wind the output down, so thanks for the info. Thankfully I have some red heads with filters. Before I buy though I want a better scanning mask where I don't have to cut the neg. Thankfully with 3D printing services what I've put together looks like it will be printerable; if it works in practise then I'd buy.

  34. sedgetone
    sedgetone ·

    @pheebs I meant if you wanted to view what you shot on the little analogue viewer you'd need a positive reel made of your negative; likewise if you wanted to run on a shuttered hand crank projector. I was wondering whether Fritz would be a good match as you can wind the output down, so thanks for the info. Thankfully I have some red heads with filters. Before I buy though I want a better scanning mask where I don't have to cut the neg. Thankfully with 3D printing services what I've put together looks like it will be printerable; if it works in practise then I'd buy.

  35. sedgetone
    sedgetone ·

    @pheebs I meant if you wanted to view what you shot on the little analogue viewer you'd need a positive reel made of your negative; likewise if you wanted to run on a shuttered hand crank projector. I was wondering whether Fritz would be a good match as you can wind the output down, so thanks for the info. Thankfully I have some red heads with filters. Before I buy though I want a better scanning mask where I don't have to cut the neg. Thankfully with 3D printing services what I've put together looks like it will be printerable; if it works in practise then I'd buy.

  36. stouf
    stouf ·

    I need one.

  37. anafaro
    anafaro ·

    lovely!

  38. palkina
    palkina ·

    love it. need it. great thing!

  39. pheebs
    pheebs ·

    @sedgetone I tried it with the Digitaliza, and did not need to cut the negatives, but it is a little hard with film hanging about left and right ;)

  40. pheebs
    pheebs ·

    @sedgetone if you use slide film to begin with you have your positive alright after development :)

  41. pheebs
    pheebs ·

    @seamuslikesgold the LomoKino is much more than the super sampler, because you can choose the frame rate, you have control over the aperture, you can shoot close up, you can make a movie out of your photos... and the community will show us all the other things that can be done :)

  42. jaz
    jaz ·

    cool :)

  43. matt_skwid
    matt_skwid ·

    Music video shot entirely on lomokino. 21 rolls later.
    www.lomography.com/homes/matt_skwid/movies/2763-gabe-levine…

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