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Camera Review of the Week

It's time once again for us to give recognition to the review which got us wanting another nice camera to add to our analogue arsenal. Find out who is the author behind the latest Camera Review of the Week after the jump!

Photo by yokekei

Last week, the spotlight was on a classic Olympus camera and analogue favorite, the Trip 35. Now, another favored compact Olympus shooter, the XA2, is the star of this week’s selected camera review, presented by yokekei from Malaysia!

While our featured author for this week is likewise not the first to share her insights on this analogue favorite, she was able to show us several wow-worthy photos that her fellow lomographers can take with the Olympus XA2. Let’s take a look at some of them:

Her snapshots certainly show how Olympus XA2 owners (and would-be owners too) can push the compact camera’s capabilities to the limit, encouraging everyone to shoot with different films and virtually every light condition!

Check out the rest of her beautiful photographs and read the full review here!

Congratulations, yokekei, for bagging the second Camera Review of the Week award! Awesome snaps you got there, and we hope you’ll continue to wow us with your photographs!

The next snapshooter who will bag the next Camera Review of the Week distinction could be you! Submit your camera review and wow us with your beautiful photos and helpful insights. In case yours isn’t on the list, feel free to let me know!

written by plasticpopsicle


  1. yokekei


    thank you so much @plasticpopsicle ^_^

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  2. plasticpopsicle


    You're welcome, @yokekei! Your lovely photos earned you the well-deserved recognition! :)

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  3. neanderthalis


    @yokekei Bravo! I am sure we would like to see more articles by you.

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  4. This review is what every camera manual should have besides the technical aspects! Thanks for the wonderful pictures! I remember this camera very well from the advertisements of the 1980's, but your coverage of all the light situations, subjects, perspective and your choice of film are superb!

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  5. mikeray80


    One of my favorite cameras! I never leave the house with out it.
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This is the original article written in: English. It is also available in: 한국어.