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Introducing the LomoKino Smart Phone Holder

A brand new LomoKino accessory, with the LomoKino Smart Phone Holder you can easily digitalize your LomoKino movies directly from the LomoKinoScope. It offers a quick and effective way of turning your analogue vision into a digital form you can share with the world. Read on for details!

How cool would it be to digitalize your LomoKino movies using your Smartphone? No need for scanning individual frames. No need to stitch everything together using movie editing software. No hassle! Well, we thought it was time to make that dream come true….

Say hello to a brand new accessory for the LomoKino, the LomoKino Smart Phone Holder! It offers a new and convenient way to digitalize your movies using any smartphone. Just attach your smartphone and the LomoKinoScope° to the Smart Phone Viewer; then start the movie recording function on your smartphone and turn the LomoKinoScope hand-crank – As you turn the crank, your movie will be recorded. It’s a really quick and easy way to digitalize your movies; head to the Online Shop and order your smart movie-making accessory today!

Buy the LomoKino Smart Phone Holder

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° Please Note: The LomoKinoScope is not included with the LomoKino Smart Phone Holder – It can be bought in the LomoKino & LomoKinoScope Package

written by tomas_bates

16 comments

  1. welland

    welland

    One step too far maybe? Thats a bit too much digital for my liking. I like the wait and the scanning. This is just immitation of analogue in my eyes.

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  2. welland

    welland

    Ohhh hang on I think I got it wrong. So you are actually filming negs? I though you were just filming through the scope, which you could surely do.

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  3. tomas_bates

    tomas_bates

    @welland - Yes, the Smart Phone Holder allows you to film the negatives from your LomoKino rolls, not film through the LomoKinoScope - So it's no more digital than scanning your negatives; this is just an easy way to record your LomoKino rolls rather than having to scan the individual frames

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  4. guanatos

    guanatos

    I think it's a game changer! It's easier than "stiching-up" the 144 frames on iMovie and the movies posted so far look really nice http://www.lomograph(…)lder-movies

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  5. bear1973

    bear1973

    Great idea. i wonder if you can make one of these to scan regular shots. You could then just use the screen capture tool in VLC to create stills(Hopefully at Hi Res). It would save hours doing regular scans and quite possibly save my sanity too.

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  6. fernandocallo

    fernandocallo

    Cool because this was a tipster and now it's official!

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  7. davekupferberg

    davekupferberg

    cool idea, but those movies don't look nearly as good as the other method.

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  8. kylewis

    kylewis

    @bear1973 you could easily scan any other films with it, the only thing is the limitations in getting the correct curves/spec for your film. When you just invert in iMovie unless you have perfect exposures it's not quite the same. I thought the potential was great for away from home scanning when you can get films dev'd. Obviously if you use E6 then that is irrelevant. It was easy to attach though!

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  9. cutebun

    cutebun

    cool!

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  10. alexiagraphy

    alexiagraphy

    Wooooow! super!

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  11. berndtotto

    berndtotto

    What I would appreciate in addition is the chance for getting B/W slide film developed. Slide ( transparency ) film would be the only film, where this method makes sense. So recently, I shot a film role of B/W slide film ( B/W looks actually best on the lomokino, I think ) ... and didn't get developed anywhere ... at least not in Tokyo, but that's not such a small city, isn't it ;-))

    It would be huge sales point fo the lomokino, if lomography would sell B/W slide film in their shop and make sure, that people get it developed as well. And ... B/W slide film still exists. There still is a large stock of the famous and brilliant Agfa Scala or Fomapan produces the Fomapan R again:
    http://www.gommamag.(…)an_R_en.pdf

    The perfect load for the lomokino ... if there would be a chance for getting it developed.

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  12. soundfoodaround

    soundfoodaround

    Great!

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  13. lomonesia

    lomonesia

    Can this stuff for all phones?

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  14. arcadiobuendia

    arcadiobuendia

    Please, Lomography.com, Iphone app already was a mistake, do not go this far. I have your poster "Leave the Digital Grind Behind" on my wall but you do not seem like to apply the rule yourself.

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  15. tomas_bates

    tomas_bates

    @arcadiobuendia - Thanks for the comment but the Smart Phone Holder is no more digital than scanning your negatives (something Lomographers have been doing for a long time). The Smart Phone Holder just offers a way to record the analogue movies you shoot with your LomoKino. Thanks!

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  16. lyeheng

    lyeheng

    Unless E6 process,if not the scope & phone holder won't be of much use.
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