Petzval_preorder_header_kit

Now Available for Pre-Order - First Come, First Served

Have an account? Login | New to Lomography? Register | Lab | Current Site:

Most recent articles

  • Reviews on Rewind: The Konstruktor

    Reviews on Rewind: The Konstruktor
    Whether it's used as a teaching tool for the young-'uns or just a weekend project for yourself, The Konstruktor's educational and photographic possibilities are endless. Making your own SLR camera from scratch is as analogue as it can get! Read on for what the community has to say about the DIY darling in Reviews on Rewind!
  • Lomopedia: Yashica Electro 35 Series

    Lomopedia: Yashica Electro 35 Series
    Still a popular 35mm rangefinder camera both for beginner and intermediate film photographers today, the original Yashica Electro 35 was introduced in 1966 and got several upgrades until the early 1970s. Find out more about this camera after the jump!
  • Konstruktor: Love in Plastic Lens

    Konstruktor: Love in Plastic Lens
    The best thing that came with a plastic lens.
  • My Short Review of the Pentacon Pentona II and Its Meyer-Optik Lens

    My Short Review of the Pentacon Pentona II and Its Meyer-Optik Lens
    The Pentacon Pentona is an unusual camera in the Pentacon camera family but it offers some great features, most notably its lens. Read more after the break!
  • Lomopedia: Zenit-S

    Lomopedia: Zenit-S
    One of the earliest 35mm SLR cameras by Russian camera maker KMZ, the Zenit-S was introduced in 1955. If you find the look and design of this camera very familiar, you'll find out why in this installment of Lomopedia.
  • Fujicolor C200 35mm: A Film Made for Sunny Days!

    Fujicolor C200 35mm: A Film Made for Sunny Days!
    This affordable film is one of my go-to picks in the summer season. I use it for both sport and street photography. Here you can see how this nice film can be used to photograph everything under the sun. This is a great general purpose film, in my opinion, and is good for action or nature photography! Read more after the jump!
  • Lomography Peacock 200 ISO 110

    Lomography Peacock 200 ISO 110
    My little Holga Micro 110 is always hungry for film rolls. This time it goes gobble gobble with the Peacock Lomography 200 ISO. Read on to find out what it's using this film.
  • Reviews on Rewind: LomoChrome Purple

    Reviews on Rewind: LomoChrome Purple
    If you think shooting with color negatives is boring, think again! Lomography's LomoChrome Purple lets you explore the color spectrum like you never have before with its crazy color shifts. Don't get caught with your pants down as each LomoChrome batch is limited. In the unlikely event that you still need to be convinced, we've got the Purple one for this Reviews on Rewind!
  • Lomopedia: Pentax ME F

    Lomopedia: Pentax ME F
    Introduced in 1981, the Pentax ME F was a variation of an earlier 35mm SLR camera called the Pentax ME Super, but it actually has a feature that placed it among the historically significant cameras ever made. Find out what made this camera special in this installment of Lomopedia!
  • Canon AV-1: Control The Depth of Field

    Canon AV-1: Control The Depth of Field
    Most people prefer Canon AE-1 over AV-1. The main difference between them is shutter speed priority and aperture priority. While most people prefer to control the shutter speed to avoid blurry images, I personally prefer to control the depth of field.
  • Lomopedia: Fujifilm TX-1

    Lomopedia: Fujifilm TX-1
    Another drool-worthy analogue beauty from Fujifilm, the sleek TX-1 is a panoramic rangefinder camera released by the Japanese camera maker in 1998. Aside from the outstanding panoramas it will let you take, there's one other reason you might want to put this camera in your wishlist. Find out after the jump!
  • Scanner Review: Epson V500

    Scanner Review: Epson V500
    Among all the scanners that are available in the market at present, we all simply go crazy before we are able to choose one. The most stressful part mainly lies in trying to understand all the technical features that are present in a good quality scanner, trying to figure out which one is better, and comparing the prices.
  • Lomopedia: Yashica T4 Super

    Lomopedia: Yashica T4 Super
    Introduced in 1993, the Yashica T4 Super was the last model of the T series of compacts made by Kyocera for Yashica. Read on to find out what makes this beauty still a popular option for compact camera fans many years later!
  • Reviews on Rewind: LC-A Instant Back+

    Reviews on Rewind: LC-A Instant Back+
    Experience fun instantly with the LC-A Instant Back+. It has all the amazing LC-A features that we know and love, but with the incredible option of having your photos instantly! Want those classic eye-popping, vignetted photos instantly? Get an LC-A Instant Back+ like these members of the community who give their take on Reviews on Rewind.
  • Film Review: Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 120

    Film Review: Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 120
    Have you got a Holga120? A Diana F+? Or maybe even a Belair X 6-12? It doesn’t matter! The Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 120 is perfect for any 120 format Lomo camera !
  • Uncle Jos's Hand-me-down Camera: Yashica 109

    Uncle Jos's Hand-me-down Camera: Yashica 109
    It's always good to let people know you're into film photography, they might give you their old cameras! My uncle Jos gave me his old Yashica 109 with a huge bunch of accessories. Here's what I have to say about this hand-me-down piece.
  • Lomopedia: Contax RTS III

    Lomopedia: Contax RTS III
    A highly advanced electronic SLR camera loved by many up to the present, the Contax RTS III was introduced by Yashica/Kyocera in 1990. While the last in the Contax RTS series, this 35mm SLR camera introduced many new features and boasted of a reputation as one of the best manual focus SLR cameras throughout the 90s.
  • Reviews on Rewind: Rollei Nightbird

    Reviews on Rewind: Rollei Nightbird
    We all know by now how light hungry redscale film gets, as you lose a stop or two in the process. Luckily, we have this pre-spooled ISO 800 roll from Rollei, which delivers the bloody redscale images we want, with low-light flexibility. Check out the testimonials we have for this film in Reviews on Rewind!
  • Lomopedia: Minolta Maxxum 7000

    Lomopedia: Minolta Maxxum 7000
    The title of the world's first autofocus SLR camera belongs to Minolta Maxxum 7000, introduced in 1985. Read on to find out more about this beautiful and revolutionary camera that was among the most advanced of its time!
  • DigitaLIZA 110: The Scanner Helper!

    DigitaLIZA 110: The Scanner Helper!
    110 is a very curious format, but difficult to scan, and the solutions are really clunky and cumbersome most of the time, so the Digitaliza 110 makes the scanning a breeze. Keep reading to see the results!