Fisheye No. 2 Vibrant for Orange Lovers

This vibrant orange camera with fisheye lens is capable of producing the same 170 degree shots as the regular Fisheye No. 2, with flash and multiple exposure options.

The Fisheye No.2, as the name suggests, provides 170 degree field of view. It also uses 35mm film, same as the first Fisheye camera. Basically, it has a couple of improvements when compared with the latest Fisheye camera.

The two shutter options, B and N, makes this a perfect Lomography camera. B stands for Bulb option which keeps open the shutter for as long as you want. N stands for normal speed, about 1/100th of a second. Also, Fisheye No. 2 has the option L, to lock the shutter button so it won’t accidentally fire.

The main difference from the last Lomography Fisheye camera is the MX – multiple exposure switch, allowing Lomographers to do multiple exposures. Also, Fisheye No.2 in Vibrant Orange has a hotshoe connection, for adding flash like the Colorsplash or the fisheye viewfinder.

Fisheye no.2 comes with built-in flash. Now, while taking a photo on N mode, and using an additional hotshoe flash, both flashes will trigger when pressing the shutter button, or at first curtain. On the Bulb mode, the additional flash will trigger when you press the shutter button, and the built-in flash will trigger when you let go at the button, or when the curtain closes.

Now, I bought this camera as a gift for my girlfriend’s birthday, along with another orange camera (her favorite color). She was very impressed by it, and even though she was not into photography, she started shooting and using my films. Addictive.

Fisheye No. 2 has a 170-degree wide angle view and stunning barrel distortion. Now with a hotshoe and multiple and long exposure capabilities, the world’s greatest compact Fisheye camera is now more amazing than you ever thought possible! Available in different colours and special designs.

written by pvalyk on 2011-12-23 #gear #review #fisheye #orange #vibrant #no-2 #lomography #requested #user-review

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