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These are the reviews we selected because we feel you just can't go without reading them. Need more firsthand product knowledge? Head to the main Review Page.

  • LomoKino Review: The Kino is in the House

    LomoKino Review: The Kino is in the House

    There is a new member in the great Lomographic family – It’s called the LomoKino and it’s absolutely amazing. This camera is a super innovation that brings action to our lives - 100% analogue motion has come to Lomography!

  • LomoKino Review: Welcome To Real LomoMovies

    LomoKino Review: Welcome To Real LomoMovies

    When I was told I was going to be given the opportunity to test a new Lomography product I felt so excited. I received a wonderful package and it reminded me of great noir films from the 40’s and 50’s. The name sent me straight back to my childhood and all those family movies made with the Super 8. I opened that wonderful box and here it was - A light and mysterious black box with a very small 25mm lenses.

  • Lomography X Tungsten 64 X-Pro: A Rose Just About to Blossom

    Lomography X Tungsten 64 X-Pro: A Rose Just About to Blossom

    Lomography X Tungsten 64 is the first tungsten film that I’ve ever tried. Having it crossed processed, what I get from the lab is a bunch of rose in pink and purple that are just about to blossom!

  • My LOMO Tungsten Film Experience

    My LOMO Tungsten Film Experience

    The only word can described this film is "surprise". Unexpected color makes me feel surprised again and again. Purple and red, makes my every single picture become more eye-catching and more artistic.

  • La Sardina: Not Just a Pretty Camera

    La Sardina: Not Just a Pretty Camera

    I've had my La Sardina camera for a couple of months now...and despite my initial reservations, I think that I've grown to like it.

  • La Sardina: Multiple Love at First Shot

    La Sardina: Multiple Love at First Shot

    Love at first shot...my whirlwind romance with the La Sardina. Who knew that a camera modelled on a sardine can could be so sexy and functional?

  • The Olympus iSnap

    The Olympus iSnap

    The Olympus ISnap is a cool looking camera taking ideas from a computer giant Macintosh with the name ISnap and translucent plastics and pearly paint job. Unfortunately, this camera lacks in performance and carries nothing more than just a nice-looking camera with a borrowed looks and name.

  • Scanning Delight with the DigitaLIZA 120 Film Scanning Mask

    Scanning Delight with the DigitaLIZA 120 Film Scanning Mask

    The DigitaLIZA 120 mm Scanning Mask is simply the easiest and most convenient way of scanning medium format film on your flatbed scanner. Whether it's from your Diana F+, Holga Wide Pinhole Camera, or a Mamiya TLR, the DigitaLIZA is what you need.

  • Lomography X Tungsten 64: Beautiful is the Way

    Lomography X Tungsten 64: Beautiful is the Way

    Walking across the 1st Street Bridge, I found, written in graffiti, the words "Beautiful is the Way." This was the same day Lomography X Tungsten was released. I think it was meant to be. . .

  • Fuji Natura Classica: A Camera That Sees the World Like You Do

    Fuji Natura Classica: A Camera That Sees the World Like You Do

    Fuji Natura Classica -- it's a handy little camera, fairly lightweight and easily stows away in a small bag or a big pocket. It's really quiet, and stealthy, great for street photography! And its ability to shoot indoors and in lowlight is what attracted me at first.

  • Fuji Sensia: The Mystery of the Pink Pictures

    Fuji Sensia: The Mystery of the Pink Pictures

    There are two things that amazed me in Lomography at first, and still do: multiple exposures and the pink and purple Sensia skies. But my first attempts with this film didn't come out pink at all. Until one day, I finally solved the mystery.

  • Review: Fuji Sensia 200

    Review: Fuji Sensia 200

    Try this if you want more natural-looking lomographs!

  • Holga 135 BC

    Holga 135 BC

    A little beauty that packs a lot of the punch of an LC-A+, but costs less, and adds a little softness like her older brother, Holga CFN. Read on, children. You should probably have this camera.

  • Review: Fujicolor Natura 1600

    Review: Fujicolor Natura 1600

    One of the most expensive films I've ever tried; but at night it captures images as if it is daytime!

  • The Cheapest, Pinkest, Shiniest Camera Ever!

    The Cheapest, Pinkest, Shiniest Camera Ever!

    This is my review of a camera I got online when the famous UK store, Woolworths, closed down due to the recession. At 99p (including a 400 ISO film), it remains to be the cheapest camera I have ever purchased and although the results have been mixed, they have at least been interesting.

  • The Beautiful Lubitel 166+

    The Beautiful Lubitel 166+

    When people get to see the photos of themselves taken by LOMO Lubitel 166+, they are all surprised by the quality of the pictures. Lubitel 166+ is really so good at taking snapshots that everyone speaks in praise of it.

  • Airesflex 1954: A Wonderful Vintage Twin Lens Reflex Camera

    Airesflex 1954: A Wonderful Vintage Twin Lens Reflex Camera

    First experience with a Japanese vintage 6x6 Twin Lens Reflex camera, an Airesflex from the year 1954.

  • Review: Lomography X-Pro 200

    Review: Lomography X-Pro 200

    Try it on different cameras!

  • The Lomography Redscale XR 50-200

    The Lomography Redscale XR 50-200

    Want to know a bit more about what this film produces before you buy it or even load it into your camera? Then this is golden.

  • Review: Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100

    Review: Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100

    Using this film is like adding an extra saturation layer, cranked to the max, in Photoshop!