Shake It Flash Rumble!

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Do you have any photo taken with our eight-eyed friend, the Oktomat? Submit them to our Flash Rumble and you’ll automatically get Piggies added to your account. Check the details after the jump!

Capture and immortalize a moment and relive the action in eight neatly divided segments with the Oktomat, Lomography’s eight-lensed plastic partner! If you’ve already got one, submit your best Oktomat shots to this Flash Rumble. Each shooter who contributes a shot automatically gets 5 Piggies added to their account. But be quick and don’t miss out! You only have 24 hours to submit your best Oktomat masterpiece!

written by cruzron on 2010-12-16 #news #competition #multilens #rumble #oktomat #contest #action

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9 Comments

  1. cannibalistickiwi
    cannibalistickiwi ·

    I'm in :'D

  2. blue-dog
    blue-dog ·

    Remember the multi lens competitions and book? Have not seen anything about these for a long time. Anyone remember or know what has happend to them?

  3. lucianamorin
    lucianamorin ·

    oh i submitted the wrong photo! how can i fix this?

  4. johnccc
    johnccc ·

    Done!

  5. blancarleal
    blancarleal ·

    I did it!!!!

  6. adrienne-is
    adrienne-is ·

    i missed it..:(

  7. mandashitley
    mandashitley ·

    :(

  8. takezzo
    takezzo ·

    damn, i missed the rumble...

  9. analogeyes
    analogeyes ·

    so whats the deal with the red squares on the oktomat? i shot one roll and never bothered again because they all came out badly framed (uneven squares) and redish. what gives?

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