Goonies Likes The Lomo L-CA+ & The LomoKino Mario aka goonies from Afragola (Naples), Italy, couldn't decided which of his Lomography cameras he prefers, so he picked two and let us know why he's so in love with each of them.
Face Time WIth The Diana Baby 110 When we say that this is a small camera that can shoot big photos, we're not making it up! Checkout the gallery of portraits shot with the new Diana Baby 110 below and see it for yourself!
Town and Country with the Diana Baby 110 Where you heading? North by northwest? Down Under? To the Far East? As a matter of fact, it doesn't really matter where you're actually going as long as your Diana Baby 110 is accompanying you! Check out the gallery below!
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Lomopedia: Horizont The successor of the KMZ FT-2 and the predecessor of the Horizon 202, the Horizont camera was produced in the Soviet Union in 1967. Find out more about this early swivel lens panoramic camera after the jump!
LomoGuru of the Week: Earlybird His trademark black and white portraits have become very popular in our Community. His username rings a loud bell, too. Well, I guess it's just time for us to publish an interview with this guy from Germany!
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