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Keep Your Lovely Lomo Cameras Safely

Here's a simple tip on how you can keep your Lomo cameras safely at home.

Hi Lomographers! I always wanted to store my Lomo cameras in a safe place and I always wanted to display them to add to the beauty of my room. Finally I did it!

Today I will teach you guys why and how you should do it. Why you should keep your Lomo cameras displayed properly and safely?

  • Because YOU LOVE THEM!
  • To keep them away from children’s reach (that is the reason why I have a door to my Show Case)
  • To keep it away from dust
  • It looks nicer!

For those who want to store their Lomo camers safely at home. Here are a few tips:

  • Get a Show Case/Rack
  • Decorate it with all your Lomo pictures
  • Place your Fflms, Lomo Books & accessories inside
  • Finally, place your cameras safely in it

Here’s how I arranged them:

I hope this Tipster helps all the Lomographers worldwide. Have fun designing your camera storage!

written by shamini

19 comments

  1. foodeanz

    foodeanz

    Nice...i will buy the rack at Ikea..hehehe...=)

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  2. veato

    veato

    You'd be better off keeping your film in a fridge

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  3. adi_totp

    adi_totp

    very good idea!

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  4. hxloon

    hxloon

    Colourful cameras :-)

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  5. dikasapi

    dikasapi

    nice nice nice!

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  6. nuhdos

    nuhdos

    I want one!

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  7. shamini

    shamini

    Thank you for your comments guys!

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  8. zaraomar

    zaraomar

    BAIK!

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  9. superkulisap

    superkulisap

    So organized! This is definitely a neat idea on how you store your cameras. :)

    But I don't think this will fit my lifestyle as a lomographer. Rock and roll! :D

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  10. breakingmyself

    breakingmyself

    Looks like a shop display, very well done. I think I'd be worried about the cabinet breaking or being knocked over, especially if you had children running around lol. An all your eggs in one basket situation. Looks great either way!

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  11. adam_g2000

    adam_g2000

    like it! Though keeping your film in the fridge will help it last longer.

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  12. yokekei

    yokekei

    nice... any suggestion how can I prevent it from fungus due to high humidity? thanks

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  13. shamini

    shamini

    Hmmm, you might clean your camera. not everyday but just once it a while so that fungus do not accumulate. :)

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  14. shamini

    shamini

    breakingmyself : Hey true, but I dont have any children in the house so no worries! :))

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  15. bernizt

    bernizt

    I can see a lomoaholic here! ^_^

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  16. haziqhashim

    haziqhashim

    good idea. and most important thing is it's awesome!!

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  17. mattyvan

    mattyvan

    Awesome idea!!!
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  18. mjouty

    mjouty

    It is really nice, and it's obvious you really love your Lomographic stuff! The fact is that I just have a La Sardina and a SMENA 8M, so I for me it's enough to have them inside on a shelf, but always at sight! Good tip! =)

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  19. jonobridge

    you always can get a mini bar fridge with a glass door just for displaying the film .lol
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