Guess the Mystery Product #4!

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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...

olgasoler

Screaming, soaring / seeking sky
Flowers of fire / flying high
Analogue future / twisting time
Name me now / and solve this rhyme

written by lee07 on 2010-05-31 in #news #product #lomography #mystery

35 Comments

  1. vicuna
    vicuna ·

    The Dolphin camera!!!! :))))) By the way, beautiful shot by @olgasoler :)

  2. tallgrrlrocks
    tallgrrlrocks ·

    auugh! please tell us already! :D)))

  3. cinzinc
    cinzinc ·

    underwater horizon-sampler camera!

  4. nural
    nural ·

    tell me tell me tell me!!!

  5. hhjm
    hhjm ·

    spinning camera!!!!! 360 degree?????

  6. paper_doll
    paper_doll ·

    must be an underwater camera then... and it rotates? too confusing :p

  7. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    something that is turning around, spinning, 360 degree.....

  8. photohuggers
    photohuggers ·

    maybe an underwater 120 horizon?

  9. mochilis
    mochilis ·

    a Fisheye nº 3 (or Dolphineye) with amazing new functions???

  10. kvboyle
    kvboyle ·

    A spinning camera.....oh, please let it be true. You know, LSI boffins, that if it isn't a spinning camera we'll all be so disappointed that you'll have to invent a spinning camera to prevent widespread rioting!

  11. bear1973
    bear1973 ·

    Ok, my guesses are 1) some sort of rotating flash a cross between the ringflash and the coloursplash flash or 2) a 360 degree panoramic camera, this would incorporate 4 swing lenses such as the ones on the horizon/perfect. Can't think how the film would be loaded on that one! or how many shots you would get out of a roll of film

  12. novakmisi
    novakmisi ·

    universak undrwater house

  13. ahleng90
    ahleng90 ·

    a spinning camera as brilliant as dolfins?haha :P

  14. shoujoai
    shoujoai ·

    I hope it's an underwater case for Diana! Which is also big enough for the instant back!
    Could also be an underwater case for horizon...

  15. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    so it can fly and turn.... these cameras you throw in the air.....

  16. johann_affendy
    johann_affendy ·

    it can't be the spinning camera. i read on www,jpgmag.com only 1000 units exist.

  17. emilios
    emilios ·

    it has to be a rotating camera somehow. Or an under water case for the horizon.

  18. ethermoon
    ethermoon ·

    it's a 360 degree rotating camera

  19. reneg88
    reneg88 ·

    yeah... definitely a spinning 360º camera =)

  20. scede
    scede ·

    waterpoof lomo super 8+ B)

  21. lomosexual_manboy
    lomosexual_manboy ·

    This is getting ridiculous, haha.

  22. azurblue
    azurblue ·

    A krab for the horizon !

  23. gvelasco
    gvelasco ·

    Hm. The first half of the riddle poem seems to have something to do fireworks.

    Definitely: 120 film and spinning.
    Probably: Something to do with water.

    A home developing kit for 120 film? Maybe an affordable color home developing system for 120 film?

  24. gvelasco
    gvelasco ·

    Hm. The first half of the riddle poem seems to have something to do fireworks.

    Definitely: 120 film and spinning.
    Probably: Something to do with water.

    A home developing kit for 120 film? Maybe an affordable color home developing system for 120 film?

  25. sikeroh
    sikeroh ·

    spinner camera?! 360 degrees of lomo goodness!!

  26. mephisto19
  27. simonjamesonweston
    simonjamesonweston ·

    has anyone seen the Sony 360 camera attachment?? put one of those on the lens of an LC-A or Diana and it also works - but then you still need the software to unwrap it like the sony version.

  28. radof94
    radof94 ·

    Spinning? It must be a camera with a motorised winder. Automatic winding. Just wait and see.

  29. lomo-graf
    lomo-graf ·

    It is the long awaited Lomo Dolphin Super 8 movie cam.

  30. kylethefrench
    kylethefrench ·

    i agree with azurblue and have been saying underwater since the first wash machine clue, plus summer is here so people like underwater

  31. simonjamesonweston
    simonjamesonweston ·

    for a few months the price of the Panoramic cameras have been going down - why do that unless you are about to launch a 360 degree panoramic?? Every clue has included water - so perhaps it will be water proof or have a housing too??

  32. kylewis
    kylewis ·

    Yeah! underwater spinning camera 360 degrees that squeeks!!

  33. grifter
    grifter ·

    I think it is an underwater / waterproof horizon... called a Dolphin. Nice! (I hope!)

  34. erikamentari
    erikamentari ·

    whatever the hell this is, it's right in time for summer! :)

  35. ricresende
    ricresende ·

    the spinner 360º!!!!!!!!!!!!!! cool, cool, cool... got to get one

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