Fisheye Rumble in the Pond Chapter 35: The Fisheye 2 Camera

Pretty exciting insights, huh? After the Fisheye hit the market, we made our way into the deeper and darker fields of the pond to discover even more outstanding goldfish. Lazy John, Double Dory, Plug-in Peggy, Gary Gonzo and Winnie the View gave us the faith and inspiration to assemble the second version of our Fisheye-camera and heat it up with a load of extraordinary functions. Give the Fisheye 2 a quick going-over, as you will soon meet those goldfish nuts.

*“B” (Bulb) setting: a simple setting for dead-easy long exposures.

*Standard Flash Hotshoe & Built-In Electronic Flash: an external flash socket for your Lomography Colorsplash or other standard hotshoe flash. Use two flashes at the same time or stagger them.

*Multiple Exposure Switch: simply press this button for taking another picture on the same frame, thereby superimposing one image over the other.

*Accessory Viewfinder: Have a look through this muchacho to see a preview of the resulting Fisheye image.

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written by ungrumpy on 2012-01-11 #library #fisheye-2 #rumble-in-the-pond #photobooks

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