We’re feeling great about the good press Lomography’s been getting lately, especially our features on The New York Times! In a reprint on Singapore’s My Paper, they highlight one of our bestsellers and crowdpleasers: the panoramic Spinner 360°! Read on to see their praise of old-school cameras!
My Paper, one of the first bilingual newspapers in Singapore, ran the NY Times story on Lomography written by Jenna Wortham on June 1. The article is about the revival of film cameras and contains a short write up on the companies behind the comeback, Lomography in the forefront.
“This company manufactures and sells a line of quirky cameras online and in a handful of stores around the globe”.
The product and photos accompanying the story is none other than one of our quirkier cameras, the Spinner 360°! The unconventional gadget has often been mistaken for a speed meter, death ray gun, loud hailer, and many more spy-like gadgets. Don’t be afraid: it’s only your friendly neighborhood panoramic camera! ;-)
The Spinner 360° goes beyond the confines of standard panoramic cameras. See everything around you (literally!), and be swept away by truly spectacular results. Head to our Online Shop and get your own Spinner 360°!