There are just too many things going on at photokina 2012. Lomography is offering a number of workshops and our busy bees are flying all over Lomography’s 500-meter-square booth. But what’s going on outside the booth? Here’s a quick review of the other things photokina 2012 is offering.
If you haven’t heard already, Lomography is also helping to keep the film community alive with its newest 35mm film. The pre-colored Color X-Pro Sunset Strip 100 35mm film will shock you with hues that intensify as your surroundings get darker. When sprocket holes are exposed, expect your images to explode with different shades! This emulsion is truly for the bravest of Lomographers!
Fujifilm is announcing their latest addition to the Instax lineup of instant film cameras. Just like its predecessor, the new Instax Mini 8 cameras will be available in the colors mint, yellow, black, white and pink.
The oldest name in cameras, Voigtlander, is introducing its new new 21mm f1.8 Leica M Mount lens. If you’re looking for a more affordable lens, compared to Zeiss and Leica, Voigtlander should be your first choice.
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