LomoKino - The Analogue Camera

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Being passionate about stopmotion, I could not resist the Lomokino when it was released!

This small plastic cube is very lightweight and easy to use, with a viewfinder and a knob you can start to make 1000 mini movies!
The only inconvenience I think lies in the fact that they don’t have the handpiece already supplied, but if you don’t have it, you can always solve it with a table-top tripod as I did!

The speed with which you want to turn the knob depends on how many frames you want to add to the scene. Shoot as many as you like!
The viewfinder, well it’s quite indicative, because what you see through this is not in fact what you get. In fact, you should always calculate your movie a little lower based on what you see in the viewfinder.

Always use rolls at least 400 ISO if you are still open, the diaphragm is dim and you may get movies underexposed ..
(My first movie, I could not resist and I did not use the LomoKino rollers iso with more and used a 200 color and 400 bn)


The second attempt went better, but one thing was improvised and I really wanted to use it!

Moral of the story: I love it!
Although he has not yet filmed other movies because waiting he’s sunny days, I can’t wait to have the time to turn something else!

written by clacli on 2013-05-27 in #reviews #videos #lomokino-analogue-camera-stop-motion-video

2 Comments

  1. matt_skwid
    matt_skwid ·

    Music Video shot entirely on LomoKino
    www.lomography.com/homes/matt_skwid/movies/2763-gabe-levine…

  2. clacli
    clacli ·

    @matt_skwid i love it!!!

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