One Night Stand with the Supersampler

The Supersampler's multi-lens feature was one of the few things that had me enamored with Lomography. I'd admit I wasn't able to get enough mileage from it to give an in depth review, but here's my take!

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The Supersampler is deceptively simple. You’d think that all you’d need to do is to wind, point, and click, but there’s more to that than meets the eye. Like its 4-eyed sibling the Actionsampler, its specialty is action. It’s where the camera thrives and shines.

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If you’re going to go with still-shots however, it’s best to visualize things in columns, as that is what the Supersampler sees. I’d advise to stick to single subjects too, as having a bunch of people/objects will cram the shot and make in a crowded mess.

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My gripe with this camera is what makes it unique as well – the ripcord. It’s the reason that I only got to shoot one roll of film with it. I’ll admit I may have been too aggressive in ripping it, and doing it while on a roller-coaster might have been a lapse of judgment on my part. I really wish though, that in the future we can get a version with a regular film advance, as the Supersampler still remains one of my favorite cameras.

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The SuperSampler, the queen of multilensed cameras, is now in bright blue. It takes four sequential panoramic shots on a single, action-packed 35mm photo. See all SuperSampler colours and designs in our Shop!

written by cruzron on 2013-09-05 in #reviews #toy #camera #plastic #supersampler #action #multilens

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