Lubitel Tip - Rewind Your Film

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If you like double exposures you will love the new "Lubitel 166+.":http://www.lomography.com/lubitel166+/ This camera allows you to rewind your medium format film as you please.

If you like double exposures you will love the new Lubitel 166+. This camera allows you to rewind your medium format film as you please.

This adds a whole new dimension to double exposure photography by giving you the option to double expose a frame after you’ve already advanced past that frame. For example, you take a picture on frame 2, then go on and shoot 4 more frames. Looking at your new motif, you remember that your second shoot would fit perfectly and you want to double expose this frame.

No problem, simply rewind your film to the second frame, take that picture, and then forward to frame number 7 and continue shooting where you left of!

More tips?

written by lucasjakobsson on 2008-10-11 in #news #doubles #lubitel #tipster

3 Comments

  1. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    i will try it as soon as i stop shooting 35mm with it :D
    haven't tried 120 in 166+ yet
    but i will
    soon

  2. drudolph
    drudolph ·

    did you get to test a 166+ Stephan? If so I am super jealous. Consider me when testing new product LSI! :)

  3. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    no :( i did NOT get one for free!
    i bought it a photokina where i wanted to earn money and not to spend it... :D

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