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When I began to discover the world of Lomography, I found several fairly inexpensive analog cameras that, along with shipping, it cost at 15 €.

Among them was the Robot 1, Robot 2, Robot 3, Robot 4 … and now I present …

The 4X action cam.

It has a lens cover that makes it easy to protect the 4 lens like you see in the pictures above.

It is always sold with a case and brief instructions in English.

Show the movement slowly, giving you enough time to play with her. The bad (or good, depending on how the work) is that the 1 st lens gathers plenty of light and the 4th lens needs a lot of light and usually the last sequence is very dark.

Here is an example:

Removing the jargon…

It’s a cheap camera, light gathering photos and divides the frame into 4 the way we like. The quality is not very good, but it is always a good idea before you buy a good camera. ;)

written by isabel_mebarak and translated by mightymouse

5 comments

  1. wuxiong

    wuxiong

    Nice cam and fotos. Actually, when you shoot hi-speed film, the first frame may be overlghted, but the last frame will be just right. So, I don't see this as a bad thing ... kikikiii... <:))

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  2. domemerson

    domemerson

    May I get one on ebay?

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  3. isabel_mebarak

    isabel_mebarak

    @domemerson Yes! Ebay!

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  4. adi_totp

    adi_totp

    cool!

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  5. gvelasco

    gvelasco

    I've got one of those.

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