Lomopedia: Lomography Frogeye


The Lomography Frogeye is a sleek, point-and-shoot, all-weather camera that can be taken underwater up to a depth of 12 ft.

Equipped with a wide-angle lens and built-in flash, the Lomography Frogeye is also armed with industrial-strength rubber O-ring seals that make the camera completely water- and weatherproof. It possesses a precise light meter that predicts when to fire the flash, as well as a completely automatic film advance and rewind mechanism.

Unfortunately, this camera has been out of production for years now.

Technical Specifications:

  • Film: 35mm
  • Lens: 27mm f/5.6; water-resistant, two-layer structure
  • Flash: Built-in; 2x AAA batteries
  • Tripod mount: None
  • Automatic film advance and rewind mechanism.
  • Package includes a neoprene body case, an elastic wrist strap, an Underwater Lomography booklet, and a cleaning and servicing kit.
Credits: angels_lomo, devildi, vicuna, 007-0815-styler & grad

Read user reviews about the Lomography Frogeye over at the Reviews section.

written by geegraphy on 2013-07-15 in #reviews #lomopedia #lomography #reviews #underwater #frogeye


  1. sirio174
    sirio174 ·

    I want one! Please add it in the shop!

  2. istionojr
    istionojr ·

    this camera was another choice for my very first lomography camera back then. :)

  3. luisaingrid
    luisaingrid ·

    I want one too!!!

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