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Mystery Product Launch Times

Want to be there at the exact moment when the new Lomography product is revealed? Read on for a breakdown of the launch times in different regions and join us for the party tomorrow!

Photo by goldie

The brand new Lomography mystery product is just hours away now – To make sure you catch a first glimpse of it as soon as it hits the shelves, check the online launch times below or keep an eye on the countdown on the Lomography website cover page! Speaking of the cover, have you seen our last teaser trailer yet?

The Worldwide Online Launch Times

  • New York – 7AM
  • London – 11AM
  • Vienna – 12PM
  • Hong Kong – 7PM
  • Tokyo – 8PM

And don’t forget we’ll be hosting fantastic parties at Lomography Gallery Stores all over the world – Come and join us celebrate the launch!

written by tomas_bates

7 comments

  1. nicx

    nicx

    11am Sweet i will be at my computer awaiting the announcement

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  2. seamuslikesgold

    seamuslikesgold

    REALLY hoping for a Super 8+ or something. This is gonna be sick! Those photos look retro as fuck.
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  3. manfrom1992

    manfrom1992

    what about for los angeles??
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  4. tomas_bates

    tomas_bates

    @manfrom1992 - The online launch for los angeles will be 4am :-)

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  5. yakerzumo

    yakerzumo

    Yes, I agree with "seamuslikesgold", I think that is a videocamera... super8 or something else... I can't wait more to know what's the surprise!! :D
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  6. andytechie

    andytechie

    It aint a video camera, yakerzumo...no way Lomo does video...it is a film camera, with a slow frame rate, something like 4 FPS with a real crappy lens, and the wide, panorama looks is due to taking a film size, like 35mm, and slicing the shutter nice and wide, like what they did to make early panavision movies in the 70's....look at Ben Her, etc...they took 70 mm and blocked out the top and bottom of the film..
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  7. weleasewoger72

    weleasewoger72

    Please tell me I wasn't the only muppet who stayed up til midnight to check out the new camera?!?!

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