UFO Nemo! My Small Underwater Friend!


It is s pity that summer is so short , and I have to wait next summer, for the next underwater adventures!

This summer I manage to purchase this small babe: Ufo Nemo. It is a plastic film camera with a wide 28mm lens, which can also shoot under the water. It’s shutter is fixed at 1\125 and aperture at f/ 8, and works with 1 AA battery, which is needed to work the flash!

A flash turns on and off manually but not automatically, that makes me happy. Due to the plastic lens it gives a strong distortion and vignettes the edges of the shot. It also gives bright and contrasting colours.

For shooting under the water this small camera is inserted in the plastic housing. Here you have to be very attentive, and close the box densely, otherwise the water can leak in it. Generally speaking when I’ve got it, we run at the seaside to test it. In fact underwater pictures make an amazing impression – you can do everything what you want! From the first shot it was clear, that a view-finder is useless under water!

And the film you should choose should be with more high ISO. I like this baby very much, it took the worthy place in my collection of Lomo cams.It is s pity that summer is so short , and I have to wait next summer, for the next underwater adventures!
One Love

written by lomovan on 2009-12-08 in #reviews #beauty #summer #slide-film #sea #friend #underwater-shots #ufo


  1. paramir
    paramir ·

    very nice gallery! cool little friend you got yourself there...

  2. blue-dog
    blue-dog ·

    Oh yes I agree...and pretty mermaids

  3. lomovan
    lomovan ·

    thanks a lot!))

  4. jaalvarez
    jaalvarez ·

    I´m working with a camera like this.
    It closes badly, the water comes into it ... Buffff !!!
    But I love it !!!
    Every summer, I take a few photos and the rest of mi time, I´m drying the camera ... ;))

  5. lomovan
    lomovan ·

    ))))))))))))yes, sometimes its really closes badly
    that make me sad//

  6. japsix
    japsix ·

    прекрасный подводный друг!))))

  7. dogma
    dogma ·

    Great little camera :) nice shots!

  8. lomovan
    lomovan ·

    спасибо Даша!))
    сейчас к сожалению этот друг пылится на полке в ожидании лета, и того самого пляжа на фиоленте))))

  9. stouf
    stouf ·

    Excellent shots lomovan ! This little camera gives great results ! Вы знаете, что я люблю подводную фотографию!

  10. lomovan
    lomovan ·

    THanks so much!))yes i already know)!))))
    у Вас невероятные подводные снимки!!!!очень нравятся!!!

  11. coca
    coca ·

    nice gallery!!!!

  12. adi_totp
    adi_totp ·


  13. vicuna
    vicuna ·

    Great gallery!! Looks like a cool little underwater cam! :))

  14. eva_eva
    eva_eva ·

    nice gallery!!

  15. lomovan
    lomovan ·

    thanks so much)

  16. rater
    rater ·

    Great pics!

  17. fancholland2
    fancholland2 ·

    Terrific gallery!! Love the double exposure picture!

  18. emilyscamera
    emilyscamera ·

    Really want one of these but cant find anywhere in the UK that sells them :(

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