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Any Time, Any Place - Part Four

Are you ready for lift off? We’ve been very generous with clues regarding our upcoming product launch and we’re about to give you a further push in the right direction, so here goes.

Photo by daifung

We’re so very close to the launch; that there’s only little impatient nail biting left to be done. In the meantime however, how about you explore the photos in the gallery below. They have something in common and that’s today’s clue. It’s a rather big clue but you have to work a little for it , so get clicking.

Got it? Go on, tell us then! Summer’s around the corner and we’re about to have a whale of a time. Just sit tight and let the cool breeze inspire your senses. See you soon!

written by webo29

38 comments

  1. carysuk

    carysuk

    Have no idea, can't wait!

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  2. fotoflix

    fotoflix

    Some kind of 110 camera. Possibly a "Micro" type key-chain camera like they used to give away in cereal boxes and in gumball machines. Or better yet, a nice quality 110 with switch for normal or telephoto lens and a built in flash. Kodak, Vivitar, Ansco and many others made decent quality 110s. Some even had tripod sockets.

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  3. alix-mansell

    alix-mansell

    It's wind-proof, water-proof, drop-proof, lemon-juice-proof. It's indestructible.

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  4. betortita

    All the pictures were taken with a 110 camera, so obviously its a 110 camera but the first picture make me wonder about its shape I hope its a very cool design :D

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  5. superlighter

    superlighter

    a 110 camera plus 110 color film

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  6. rav_bunneh

    rav_bunneh

    110 Sprocket Rocket

    about 2 years ago · report as spam
  7. cherub38

    cherub38

    Still thinking about the first Lomography ZOOM camera ...

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  8. wolkers

    wolkers

    Definitely a color film in 110 format. I'm not even sure, if a camera is included too, but if, then a very small or macro camera. Honey I shrunk the kids was a good tip I think.

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  9. robotmonkey1996

    robotmonkey1996

    I'd be pissed if it was a 110 camera. Lomography isn't making 110, or any film for that matter. All they've been doing was repackaging other films. Also, the lomography Xpro films (actually Kodak Elitechrome) will eventually run out with the demise of companies like Kodak and diminishing stockpiles of discontinued film. If only Lomography would do something ballsy like taking over Elitechrome, Ektar, and Tmax from Kodak who screwed itself over by spreading itself too thin.

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  10. lofiwill87

    a 110 camera that is drop proof and can go into space

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  11. evil_mastermind

    evil_mastermind

    A turtle-shaped camera that has retracting lenses for limbs and a macro lens head.

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  12. lomonesia

    lomonesia

    OMG THIS IS THE LAST CLUE (i think)

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  13. dragontw

    dragontw

    @robotmonkey1996 I totally agree with you! Holga and Superheadz had 110 cameras for awhile now. I can only imagine it will be some kind of repackaging. Thanks a lot but I already have my Baby Holga and Demekin so I think I am covered in the 110 department.

    With Agfa changing emulsions and going god awful green and Kodak stopping their chrome films which Lomography just repackaged, I foresee the Xpro party coming to an abrupt halt in the near future. That is maybe why they been promoting B&W film so heavily the last couple of months, trying to make it the new "in thing". The future is analogue? ...the future is more likely the same damn camera in 110 colors, as all our favorite emulsions disappear. :(

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  14. mok

    mok

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  15. kuryzu

    kuryzu

    An 110mm tilt shift camera

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  16. npcoley

    npcoley

    All I know, is that if this turns out to be yet another La Sardina...though I'm pretty sure it's a new 110 camera + film.
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  17. feny

    feny

    I don't understand why we have the clues, when they have given out in 2 different articles what it is!

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  18. dearjme

    dearjme

    @robotmonkey1996 @dragontw That scares me.....

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  19. arabella

    arabella

    ZOOM ! I really can't stop thinking of a lomography Zoom camera!

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  20. elleinad

    elleinad

    110 SLR. Yes?

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  21. naomiwonderland

    naomiwonderland

    Hummm I second almost everyone, must be a 110 color film plus camera... not sure about the lenses yet... maybe be a set containing fisheye, macro ... that would be too good XD

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  22. elleinad

    elleinad

    110 color film for cheap at the frugal photographer.. :D

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  23. handsomemike

    Bring back Kodachrome.
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  24. carlota_nonnumquam

    carlota_nonnumquam

    it's a 110 film fisheye camera? Makes sense, the 110 film released by Lomography is called Orca, I'm betting you are releasing other slide and color negative 110 films with names of other fish and a baby fisheye 110 camera?

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  25. acrame

    110 camera, with a tilt shift accessory to boot - by the looks of clue 3 and the little monster chap! The whale of a time must reference the new Orca 110 Film
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  26. exit14

    exit14

    OMG rav_bunneh, A 110 Spinner would be AWESOME too! How cute would that be?!

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  27. weleasewoger72

    weleasewoger72

    It's a 110 La Sardina with goldfish printed all over it.

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  28. elvismartinezsmith

    elvismartinezsmith

    looks likes the clues are showing SEVERAL same kind of stuffs.. So maybe LSI will be releasing SEVERAL baby 110 cameras in the same time?? Like Baby LCA, Baby Diana, Baby Fisheye, etc...? Well on the Orca film packs it's written "To be used with Lomography baby cameraS"............ End of the suspense on thursday yeeehaaa :D

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  29. ester

    ester

    @robotmonkey1996 that scares me

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  30. mangaman

    mangaman

    "whale of a time"that certainly points to the 110 orca film I think

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  31. analogdisplay

    analogdisplay

    Fixed focus to infinity

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  32. gokate1

    This is really hard! My only guess would be some sort of zoom lens? Maybe underwater?
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  33. kf4kco

    kf4kco

    A mini Sardina or LC-A+ which features like the Diana Mini plus a fisheye attachment, splitter, etc.

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  34. superkulisap

    superkulisap

    @elvismartinezsmith I also assume that LSI's new product will be the word for #lomojeopardy on thursday haha!

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  35. kvollenberg

    Let it be a Tilt-Shift camera. #fingerscrossed
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  36. fplus

    fplus

    "Summer’s around the corner and we’re about to have a whale of a time" = 110 orca film
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  37. ihave2pillows

    ihave2pillows

    hahaha Burning Man...

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  38. alfonso_deasis

    alfonso_deasis

    baby fisheye!!

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