3 Lens is Better than 1 Lens

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This is a review about this beautiful creature called Disderi Robot 3 Camera

One day, I was browsing for a cheap camera because at that time, I only owned two cameras. One is a TLR (Blackbird Fly) and the other one is a rangefinder (FED 5). I browsed around the net and I found this camera. At first, I looked at it and I could not believe this thing can take photos. It took a day for that camera to arrive at my hand. As the item arrived, I directly tested it and loaded it with Fuji Superia 200. I’m just shooting whatever I saw, even a pile of dust. Ha ha. This is the looks of that camera:

It produces some weird sound when you hit the shutter. People will get attracted to this camera not because of the looks of it but the pictures it produces also. Here are some shots:

This was my greatest camera I ever had but unfortunately, I broke the shutter mechanism just to get rid of some ants in it because I’ve lost it for awhile and found it. I continue shooting till I found out there was ants in it. But now I have revived it back to a new camera but have not yet tried shooting with it.

written by caribe93 on 2013-02-19 in #reviews #fuji-superia-200 #disderi-robot-3-camera

9 Comments

  1. tomas-scigulinsky
    tomas-scigulinsky ·

    I had one of these a year ago. It shooted 3 pictures and then broke down... :-/

  2. caribe93
    caribe93 ·

    this camera was great but unreliable..haha

  3. 186juney
    186juney ·

    I bought this as an underwater camera - meaning it was sold in the store with a waterproof plastic casing. The casing broke! I never got to use it underwater! I shot one roll of film with it, and then with my 2nd roll it just completely fell apart and I couldn't wind it forward at all.... Great pictures, but an incredibly short life!

  4. caribe93
    caribe93 ·

    really?? i buy this camera with no casing.... damn.. haha you're right, very short life

  5. gregmattswan
    gregmattswan ·

    The reason I love this camera is that it's so small. Whenever it's loaded, I take it everywhere. It doesn't work so well in the dark but I think it's brilliant.
    [www.lomography.com/homes/gregmattswan/photos/18011637]

  6. caribe93
    caribe93 ·

    i think its smaller then lca right???

  7. gregmattswan
    gregmattswan ·

    Looking at the LCA I would say so. It fits in most pockets.

  8. caribe93
    caribe93 ·

    .. damn i crave for lca for much time... hope to get it soon...

  9. -elin-
    -elin- ·

    They sold these at photokina 2012. There are a lot of varieties! I got myself the two lens Panda ;)

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