Guess the Mystery Product #3!

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There is something cooking in Lomography’s kitchen. Follow these blog postings for the next few weeks and guess what it could be..

We wonder what this top-secret Mystery Product could be…

written by lee07 on 2010-05-24 in #news #mystery #guess #product #launch

41 Comments

  1. tallgrrlrocks
    tallgrrlrocks ·

    still stickin' to my old 360º Panoramic guess! ;)

  2. amsyarhilman
    amsyarhilman ·

    Something to do with America spinning around !

  3. amsyarhilman
    amsyarhilman ·

    Wait, screw that ! It has GOT to be the first ever Lomo Satellite. Spinning around the globe taking lomo pics and the launch point is Texas ! That or the 360 pano mentioned above :D

  4. superlighter
    superlighter ·

    a 120 film horizon camera!

  5. stijn_b
    stijn_b ·

    hooooo, I'm hoping Superlighter is right : )

  6. disdis
    disdis ·

    ohh... come on! My piggies are waiting to be spent!

  7. nural
    nural ·

    you guys are mean, just tell us what it is, I'm dying to know!!!

  8. eddie_2k9
    eddie_2k9 ·

    We wanna know!!! We wanna know!!!

  9. remi-boiteux
    remi-boiteux ·

    I'm beggining to think that MAYBE this is gonna be something that, in some way, SPINS (but I'm NOT fundamentally sure).

  10. nierere
    nierere ·

    Camera 360 and film 120

  11. lonelyfrog
    lonelyfrog ·

    i guessed it in lomography asia's magazine section...I was thinking its something that can take 360degrees of view...that would mean it can at least take 160+degrees(super wide lens) and turn around and get another shot to complete the circle...

    another idea would be to have a camera like the action sampler...takes 4 consecutive pictures but with a twist(pun intended), maybe taking pictures with different rotating degrees...

    with this new video...it seems like the key word here is square dance...i don't know about you guys but i sensed square format got alot to do with this and with the recent launch of lomography 120 films...its more eminent that its gonna be using 120 films... so what is it Lomography??? do reveal to us!!! we're dying to know...and if i've guessed correct can i get piggies to buy at least this camera??(or can i get something in my wishlist??? pretty please???),,hahahah (^_^)...

    cheers,
    Lonelyfrog

  12. linozeros
    linozeros ·

    some kind of a spinning lens, maybe? for some freaky whirly pictures...

  13. linozeros
    linozeros ·

    some kind of a spinning lens, maybe? for some freaky whirly pictures...

  14. linozeros
    linozeros ·

    a film-spinning camera, for some freaky whirly pictures

  15. adbigmilk
    adbigmilk ·

    I'm thinking about a 720° panoramic camera, or 1080°... :p

  16. hhjm
    hhjm ·

    A spinning camera 360 degree!!!!! www.jpgmag.co(…)tories/3205

  17. elletra
    elletra ·

    I'm still thinkin it's a new and improved version of the orbit...

  18. retart
    retart ·

    it´s a time mashine

  19. atkinson
    atkinson ·

    well I hope the product is better than the song! Maybe it's a camera that encourages swinging?
    I'm pretty sure it's something 'new' / unique/ no-one's seen before. I guess a 35mm 360 degree spherical lens camera.

  20. atkinson
    atkinson ·

    or gps enabled film camera, or a magnetised / compass camera.

  21. wuxiong
    wuxiong ·

    I'd prefer an L-ca with plastic lens, but will you please make it cheaper ??? and even smaller still??? hahahahaaa.

  22. pulex
    pulex ·

    mabe some kind of spinning adapter for full panorama shots with diana or holga? and that guy "singing" is awesome i laughed my ass of!

  23. paper_doll
    paper_doll ·

    something square that rotates 360º?

  24. gvelasco
    gvelasco ·

    For those of you who might now know, in square dancing the "caller" calls out the steps for the dancers. The dancers don't know ahead of time the order in which they will be doing the steps. It's the caller's responsibility to make sure they end up with their original partner by the time the song ends. Some callers sing the song - or parts of it - and ad-lib other parts while they're calling. A good caller will make the steps relate to the song somehow.

  25. gvelasco
    gvelasco ·

    The Spinshot 35 by Corrales is a slitscan camera that takes a 360 degree picture on 35mm film. I've never seen one that uses 120, but I've seen some slitscan mods done to Holgas. I'm not sure what the square would have to do with it because the panoramics taken by slitscan cams are usually rectangular.

  26. moochie_lomo
    moochie_lomo ·

    Square candies that look 'round? ;)

  27. theology
    theology ·

    square polaroids, or, er, more square than they were before

  28. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    super8

  29. zezefan
    zezefan ·

    は???

  30. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    oh,.... we all get a square dance course?!?!?

  31. chaweemek
    chaweemek ·

    my guess is something like this.
    www.jpgmag.com/stories/3205

  32. weedos
    weedos ·

    my eyes are burning and my ears are bleeding:)

  33. indieslap
    indieslap ·

    a new view finder for the lubitel 166+?

  34. johann_affendy
    johann_affendy ·

    i'd tell you but then i'd have to kill you.

  35. vicuna
    vicuna ·

    a camera with an analogue audio tape that plays country music while shooting... but other analogue music tapes will be available soon! :))

  36. aizi
    aizi ·

    ohh,a cowboyy camera and the camera which spins when u snap.if my answer is rite,give me 10 free lc-a,diana,holga and this guess camera

  37. aizi
    aizi ·

    or mayb some old camera,like the brownie camera

  38. jaalvarez
    jaalvarez ·

    I´m sure !!!
    This is the new LOMO LC-A+, from lomo customisation contest. This is the winner:
    www.lomography.com/homes/jaalvarez/photos/6237550
    mine ... of course !!

  39. ao1973
    ao1973 ·

    How about a panoramic half-frame camera!

  40. erikamentari
    erikamentari ·

    a 360º 120 camera would be awesome but you'd only get like 1-2 shots per roll....right?

    lomography horizon 360 + lomography 220 film!?

    or...a 360º 120 Supersampler of sorts...

  41. victork
    victork ·

    a 360 waterproof panoramic camera.. That shoots 120. Sounds kind of strange

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