Guess the Mystery Product (Part Two)


Things are starting to heat up around here and it could mean only one thing. That’s right! A brand-spanking new product is in our midst! What is it?! Well, we were never going to make it too easy for you! Here's another little teaser - make sure you stay posted for more tantalizing clues!

Thanks to lllchristinalll for her awesome Lomograph!

written by devoncaulfield on 2010-10-09 in #news #guess-the-mystery-product-part-2-two-october-new


  1. vgzalez
    vgzalez ·

    Oh, my god! It's going to be a new accessory to attach our cameras in the front of our cars, or our rockets!

  2. eatcpcks
    eatcpcks ·

    oh my god a lomo car that can transform into a lomo rocket

  3. brettac
    brettac ·

    where are you guys getting "rockets" from??? it's not a car attachment because you can see her shadow on the bottom right. something German, maybe a 1925 Mercedes brand/style fisheye camera???

  4. yarah
    yarah ·

    something with an engine in it, perhaps the lens will zoom in/out while taken the picture?

  5. yarah
    yarah ·

    @brettac see clue one, it's about rockets

  6. jaalvarez
    jaalvarez ·

    Ohhh !!!
    I´m not the winner of lomo customisation competition !!!
    My design has not a rocket or a car ...

  7. pulex
    pulex ·

    a rc car/camera? or maybe some kind of driving/moving camera...mmmmm....excited!!

  8. kamiraze
    kamiraze ·

    A Lomo tripod! ...

  9. cinzinc
    cinzinc ·

    a lomo camera that can fly and roll!!!!

  10. mochilis
    mochilis ·

    A lomo-helmet to take photos while we're driving???

  11. superlighter
    superlighter ·

    a Lo-mobile!?

  12. charwang
    charwang ·

    camera just for high speeds?

  13. gnarlyleech
    gnarlyleech ·

    The orbit 360f camera is motor driven. You can wind the film forward and backwards for double exposures via the motor drive. The clues are coming together.

  14. naomac
    naomac ·

    A fisheye camera hood ornament for your car, that you click with your horn.

  15. kungfuk3n
    kungfuk3n ·

    A 1600 asa film! For super high speed photography! Or Formula One.... Diana - F1, that is. :-)

  16. metzgor
    metzgor ·

    i'm beginning to think the same as gnarlyleech.. could be a revised orbit

  17. wuxiong
    wuxiong ·

    A new rocket like LC-a version with a plastic fisheye lens.... hehehee....

  18. clickiemcpete
    clickiemcpete ·

    Aha, a telephoto fisheye! :D

  19. ghost
    ghost ·

    fisheye with a telephoto lens and a timer/crank thingy?

  20. chaoticsense
    chaoticsense ·

    the orbit 360f camera sounds very plausible, but almost a little too obvious/easy..I hope it is that though!

  21. elvismartinezsmith
    elvismartinezsmith ·

    on the road again! my 1st idea i thought was bad but with clue 2 i say it again: what about a motorized lomo with (high) wheels and several possible trajectories??

  22. gvelasco
    gvelasco ·

    Orbit 360F, but with a wider-angle lens - possibly a fish eye lens. Or, possibly a faster lens and/or motor transport, but still the ability to do multiple exposures.

  23. elletra
    elletra ·

    after 2 clues, I have no clue ;)

  24. claytonh
    claytonh ·

    I'm guessing some kind of clip anywhere adapter for the fishey series of camereras that clip onto it because they dont have tripod screws.

  25. azurblue
    azurblue ·

    A high speed motorized camera ?

  26. rav_bunneh
    rav_bunneh ·

    I'm guessing something that is fully manual.

  27. adi_totp
    adi_totp ·

    I agree with @elvismartinezsmith "motorized lomo" :D

  28. adi_totp
    adi_totp ·

    watch the video from 0:30 through 0:43 :)

  29. moonormoon
    moonormoon ·

    something bout high speed here? what is it? i still want to be a tester

  30. otterattack
    otterattack ·

    maybe the clue is the circles? Like the circle fisheye and the big circle wheels?

  31. tallgrrlrocks
    tallgrrlrocks ·

    it's always fun to read the clues, haha!

  32. ghost
    ghost ·

    another idea! orbit (rocket) 360 crank (manual) plus fisheye photos, fisheye lens for 360spinner?

  33. remahor
    remahor ·

    a lomo transformer ....??????? one lomo able to transform in any other lomo

  34. eva_eva
    eva_eva ·


  35. ramireo
    ramireo ·

    A LomoCar that uses film as fuel :D

  36. norya
    norya ·

    ermmmmm togeter with eva

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