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  • Ricoh Myport Zoom Mini: An Impressive Compact Camera

    Ricoh Myport Zoom Mini: An Impressive Compact Camera

    The Ricoh Myport Zoom Mini is an impressive compact camera that combines good design, reasonable functionality, and cool features that will cater to your creative needs.

  • Reviews on Rewind: LC-Wide

    Reviews on Rewind: LC-Wide

    Wanna take a ride on the wide side? Check out these Reviews on Rewind and learn more about the Lomo LC-Wide, our very own full-frame, feature-packed snapper. You'll be wide-eyed in wonder in no time!

  • Reviews on Rewind: Fuji Velvia

    Reviews on Rewind: Fuji Velvia

    Craving for a cross-processed adventure? Take a look at these Reviews on Rewind and see why the versatile and varicolored Fuji Velvia slide film is the favourite reversal emulsion of many Lomographers!

  • Lomography Smartphone Film Scanner: The Mighty Scanner

    Lomography Smartphone Film Scanner: The Mighty Scanner

    Sometimes simplest is best. And that's absolutely true when it comes to that little scanner. Go on reading after the jump to know more about my first experiences with this gadget!

  • Kodak EIR: A Roll of Film No Amount of Piggies Can Buy!

    Kodak EIR: A Roll of Film No Amount of Piggies Can Buy!

    Long lost but never forgotten, Kodak EIR may be completely discontinued and rarer than Charizard, but poke your nose in the right places, and you may just unveil a little gem.

  • Scan My Own Photos With Lomography Smartphone Film Scanner

    Scan My Own Photos With Lomography Smartphone Film Scanner

    Lomography has scored an another first as we all know and has given us the possibility of film scanning at the comfort of our home with a device which does not exceed the size of the palm! Between you and me, I overspend for film processing and scanning costs.

  • Me and My Belair: A Love Story

    Me and My Belair: A Love Story

    Like so many love stories, sometimes beginnings are a little wild. This is what happened to me last year with my LC-A+, and my first attempts with the Belair hadn't been much better. But this love story, it seems is going to have a happy ending!

  • The Film Photography Project Reviews the Diana Baby 110

    The Film Photography Project Reviews the Diana Baby 110

    Last year, the 110 film format celebrated a glorious comeback with the Diana Baby, the Fisheye Baby and various films. The resurrection of the discontinued format took the analogue photography world by storm. One of the people excited by the cameras and film format is Michael Raso, producer and host of the Film Photography Podcast. Read on for his thoughts on the Diana Baby and a video review!

  • Photoline 200 : The Cheapest Film I’ve Ever Used

    Photoline 200 : The Cheapest Film I’ve Ever Used

    Deep in the camera jungles of Hidalgo, I found a film. A film cheap enough to make me buy 5 rolls for only 50 pesos (more or less 1.25 USD) without having to think more than once. Read about it after the jump!

  • Primo Paper Pinhole: P-Sharan STD-35e

    Primo Paper Pinhole: P-Sharan STD-35e

    A paper kit wonder that is easy to assemble and get yourself started on a classic form of photography

  • Fukkatsu: 110 Film Reborn!

    Fukkatsu: 110 Film Reborn!

    Not that very long ago, almost at the same time as Lomography, a small company called Films Reborn developed a new colour negative film: Fukkatsu 110, with a film speed of 400 ISO. As the proud owner of a Pentax Auto 110, I became very excited, because Lomography Color Tiger 110 was completely sold out. The name of this film is no accident - Fukkatsu is Japanese for 'reborn'.

  • Lomography Belair X 6-12 Globetrotter: A Review of Sorts

    Lomography Belair X 6-12 Globetrotter: A Review of Sorts

    With a sleek design and various shooting formats, the Belair Globetrotter is one versatile camera. Read more about how awesome it is after the jump.

  • Vericolor Slide Film So-279 – Engineering 2D Graphic Photography

    Vericolor Slide Film So-279 – Engineering 2D Graphic Photography

    It’s the original encounters, which unfolds the most energy and evokes the strongest feelings! There's nothing quite like finding a film that has its own secrets and leaves you guessing. Such is the Kodak Vericolor Slide Film, a sensation in blue and black.

  • Belair - A Camera With so Many Opportunities

    Belair - A Camera With so Many Opportunities

    It is such a great companion and offers so many possibilities!

  • Revue SC3 SLR – Better Quality With Less Bucks?

    Revue SC3 SLR – Better Quality With Less Bucks?

    Well built, easy to use, and cheap! What more do you need for an SLR? In my opinion nothing more!

  • Think Green, Think Fujichrome Astia Slide/Positive Film ISO 100

    Think Green, Think Fujichrome Astia Slide/Positive Film ISO 100

    Go green, act green, and shoot green with Fujichrome Astia slide/positive film ISO 100

  • Avoid Dents to your Diana Mini with Rubber Foam

    Avoid Dents to your Diana Mini with Rubber Foam

    Are you sometimes so clumsy like me? Have you also accidentally dropped your Diana Mini ? Now prevent dents, scratches, and mutilations with the trick with the rubber foam. Let your Diana Mini be good as new.

  • Zorki 1: Not Only for Street Photography

    Zorki 1: Not Only for Street Photography

    Some days ago I bought a Zorki 1 camera at the Lomography Online Shop. Great and tiny rangefinder camera, with a wonderful collapsible lens, a very sharp Industar 50/3,5! I bought this camera for street photography, but in this case I used it in an unconventional way!

  • Take off with the Lomography Sprocket Rocket

    Take off with the Lomography Sprocket Rocket

    Enjoy the fascination of sprocket holes and panorama format photos all together in one lightweight handy camera. Get ready for takeoff with the Lomography Sprocket Rocket!

  • Different Cameras with Lomography Color Negative Film

    Different Cameras with Lomography Color Negative Film

    When using different cameras with Lomography Color Negative films, I wondered what kind of result I would get. Do you want to take a look?