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Anywhere and Everywhere with My Actionsampler!

2011-05-27

The first time I saw Lomography’s website I fell in love with the 4 lens cameras! Was hard to decide between the Actionsampler or the Supersampler. But evetually I decided: THE ACTIONSAMPLER!!!

The Actionsampler was the first camera I bought (but in the same day I got 2, also the Fisheye 1). Before I started to shoot, I spent a long time thinking about the best way to use it, the situations. But then I read the 10 rules one more time and decided that was time to shoot. Not think!

And there I went on my first trip with my new best friend!!!

And after that trip she’s been with me for many adventures! We’ve been to the beach, to the winter, the fall… And every time she’s still surprising me! Doesn’t matter the outside conditions. The results are always great!
The only sad part is that she loves light way too much… and sometimes can be a little hard to find the best scenario. But don’t worry, keep shooting!! I’ll be amazed with the results!

written by maymosciaro on 2011-05-27 #gear #trips #review #fall #lomography #multi-lens #winter #film-camera #action-sampler #summer #user-review

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