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Lomopedia: Pop 9

Don't be surprised if this camera gives you an analogue art attack—the Pop 9 will blow you away with mosaic-like captures with its nine magnificent lenses! In this case, more is definitely more and you'll get a bang for your buck with this plastic fantastic Lomographic shooter!

A revolutionary golden child, the Pop 9 is armed with nine piercing lenses and the ability to completely transform your world. A single shot produces nine identical images on one print – slicing your subject into a miniature celebration of pattern-repeating Pop Art. Shapes, angles, and bulges engage each other between the Pop 9 ’s repeating frames, producing an unpredictable and simply amazing photographic wallpaper of images. Your surroundings, actions, passions, and loves become gorgeous works of miniature art – an absolute chaos of colorful beauty, neatly laid out in an orderly 3×3 rectangle.

Tech specs:

  • Lens: 9 individual lenses. F=24mm, F/11
  • Range: 0.8m (2.5’) – infinity
  • Shutter: Mechanical, speed 1/100 second
  • Dimensions: 30mm (1.15") x 62mm (2.5") x 115.5mm (4.5") and available in black or gold
  • Manual film transport with built-in electronic flash
  • Uses any 35mm flim and standard AA batteries

Wanna know more? Visit the Pop 9 Microsite for more info.

Ready to buy your own Pop 9? Shop the Lomographic Plastic Fantastic Cameras from our Online Shop!

Curious about what others have to say about it? Read up on Lomographer Reviews and more about the Pop 9 in the Magazine.

Already have one? Check out the Pop 9 FAQs to learn how to make the best use of your camera!

written by denisesanjose


  1. denisesanjose


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  2. superlighter


    wow! thanx for show my poptures!

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  3. sobetion


    nice article & thank you very much <3

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  4. joicetaveira


    Great article! Tks!

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  5. nural


    My dads old radio is now famous :) thanks @denisesanjose

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