Fresh Bait - Part Six


Got your sea boots on? Good, because it’s time for another mystery product teaser! Can you contain your excitement? Well, this one is extra-special because it is our FINAL glimpse before we release this new product into the Lomographic waters tomorrow. We’ve saved the best ’till last, so catch a shadowy glimpse of this new sensation!

Any ideas? Let us know!

written by devoncaulfield on 2011-06-15 #news #guess-the-mystery-product-part-6-six-may-2011-forthcoming-final-fresh-bait


  1. yapfl
    yapfl ·

    holy cow is that a flash?!

  2. orangeuke
    orangeuke ·


  3. kimpy05
    kimpy05 ·

    looks like orangeuke is correct... nice ^_^

  4. orangeuke
    orangeuke ·

    Thanks! I put all my clues together that I'd heard from my fellow lomographers so thanks to them!

  5. disasterarea
    disasterarea ·

    it obviously has the same forward/backwards winders as the Sprocket Rocket, plus a big-ass flash attachment

  6. natalieerachel
    natalieerachel ·

    Waaaaah that looks awesome!! :D Could it be possible that the flash is also water proof?? O_O

  7. emilios
    emilios ·

    i agree with the underwater casing with a flash too.

  8. boredbone
    boredbone ·

    wow! underwater flash!!! bring it on!

  9. gvelasco
    gvelasco ·

    Yes! A Kandor Candid Type camera with a flash! Very cool. It does look like it will rewind freely like the Sprocket Rocket. If it's the same size as the original Kandor, then it will probably expose the sprockets like the Sprocket Rocket too. I'm hoping it has true support for an interesting format like true square-frame or half-frame support. Here's what I want: A 22mm lens or wider, Square-frame or half-frame (without extra space between the frames), "B" mode like the original, easy multiple-exposures like the original, expose the sprocket area, tripod threads like the original, shutter release threads, a good flash.

  10. gvelasco
    gvelasco ·

    Forgot to add colorsplashing capabilities.

  11. gvelasco
    gvelasco ·

    Forgot to add colorsplashing capabilities.

  12. thewretched
    thewretched ·

    I hope it still has the brushed metal front, if the rest of it is red plastic.

    Hopefully it'll be metal but powder-coated red, though.

  13. bear1973
    bear1973 ·

    Saw someone on facebook say what it was! Yep a Kandor type camera it is. Looks great. I probably will buy it!

  14. nural
    nural ·

    OMG this looks os cute and amazing and buyable!!!

  15. aprilia
    aprilia ·

    GOODNESSSS THAT LOOKS KOOL. A candid type camera!? >:D

  16. ccooll
    ccooll ·

    WOW!! Can't wait !!!

  17. superlighter
    superlighter ·

    we want some snaps preview ! square? half frame? fishy? how does it work?

  18. labchick
    labchick ·

    Oh wow... a underwater camera with strobe flash.... =)

  19. wexfor
    wexfor ·

    the flash is so awesome. so sweet. so mouthwatering. i hope it will be compatible with other cameras because the connection from the side looks complicated. hope it has hotshoe. no idea what kind of glass it has. probably made of a bottle of rum. it smells like a big fish.

  20. zoezo
    zoezo ·


  21. burgerdeel
    burgerdeel ·

    should be waterproof?

  22. burgerdeel
    burgerdeel ·

    should be waterproof?

  23. bboysherman
    bboysherman ·

    looks dope yo

  24. djdhmikey25
    djdhmikey25 ·

    waterproof camera! I named Seafood

  25. chethong
    chethong ·

    Everyone keeps saying it's a 'Kandor' replicate. So what special about this Kandor camera ?

  26. peewpeewbangwatcha
    peewpeewbangwatcha ·

    All the clues so far have been pointing towards an underwater camera that outline makes me thingk no diffrent.
    Possibly a deep water camera
    Looks like fun

  27. lannshaukani
    lannshaukani ·

    sell it cheap, pls! :(

  28. milkochua
    milkochua ·

    lomo camera with ping pong racket???

  29. bcartwright
    bcartwright ·

    It. is. not. an. underwater. camera.

    There are exposed screws. My guess? 48 shots on a 36 exposure roll with sprockets exposed. True 35mm square format without losing half a frame with each shot.

  30. dondonnie
    dondonnie ·


  31. explorette
    explorette ·

    wow the flash looks cool!

  32. adi_totp
    adi_totp ·

    in the mood for trying new camera :D

  33. schemerel
    schemerel ·

    I thought it was a waterproef camera too at first, but it seems indeed impossible because of the screws and the gaps have no rubber seals or anything. Everyone thinks its waterproof because of the fishy and sailor remarks, but those just point to the fact that it's a 'sardinecan'camera, not underwater at all. Would have been cool though.

  34. anpank
    anpank ·

    What?! Is that a flash?? Like a BIG lollipop! :D

  35. santafire
    santafire ·

    underwater housing for colorsplash and it's new flash!

  36. clickiemcpete
    clickiemcpete ·

    No, those look like stainless steel screws to me and rubber o-ring seals could easily be concealed within a flange. Underwater cam it certainly could be...but the flash on the side does make me wonder...

  37. rdp_ribeirense
  38. frkdanger
    frkdanger ·

    Himmm.... Waterproof cam. Nice!

  39. oxgn
    oxgn ·

    Hope more cheap then LC-W ^_^.

  40. miykia
    miykia ·

    rdp_ribeirense wins, hands down.

  41. jonalon
    jonalon ·

    removable flash i hope! can't be asked with that huge awkward thing on my neck all the time.. looks awesome though! so hope it shoots on 35mm?!

  42. lucretia
    lucretia ·

    hope I have enough piggies for this! fingers crossed! hahaha

  43. z
    z ·

    that flash looks glorious.

  44. antibiotyx
    antibiotyx ·

    hope it's cheap! please. :)

  45. okashii
    okashii ·

    Oh I can't wait!!

  46. neurodiaz
    neurodiaz ·

    :D Yey

  47. cinzinc
    cinzinc ·

    underwater sprocket rocket casing

  48. naxoman77
    naxoman77 ·

    New Lomo Pirate camera :D

  49. gvelasco
    gvelasco ·

    I don't think it's waterproof. I think the sailor references are because it's an update of a Sardine Can camera.

    To find out what's cool about the Irwin Kandor Candid Type cameras, you can do a Google search for pictures etc. Basically, in the 1930s, there was a rise in the popularity of what they called "mini" or "candid" cameras. They took advantage of the smallness of the newly popular 127 film, also known as "vest pocket" film. Most of the "mini" or "candid" cameras had fixed focus, aperture, and shutter speed. They were all very small and most of them were made out of bakelite. The Irwin Kandor Candid Type cameras were made out of metal and looked like a sardine can. They were a beautiful art deco design. Very convenient. Very elegant solution. Very cheap, and very popular. This update adds a flash that looks like what would have been available for other cameras at the time.

  50. bribri89
    bribri89 ·

    I agree with the KANDOR REMAKE WITH FLASH!!!!!

  51. dirklancer
    dirklancer ·

    32 lens action sampler with attached ping pong paddle! For The Win.
    yes, I've been paying attention, why do you ask?

  52. panchoballard
    panchoballard ·

    I've just had an email from Lomography to advertise the impending launch and spotted two little details.

    It looks like there's a frame size selector. Can't quite tell if it's full frame and half frame but I hope it is. Also, it has this printed on the camera - 'Keep contents close and candid' which pretty much confirms it's Kandor Candid origins.

  53. lapsusgirl
    lapsusgirl ·

    oh my god is that a flash? i want it right know, is it an underwater camera? i think so :O

  54. cherots
    cherots ·

    It's a periscope camera :) not a flash but a lens instead, then the flash is on the body....? Yes?

  55. naxoman77
    naxoman77 ·

    @panchoballard I've also seen the email and I can point out that the selector marks "B - N" (which I think that stands for Bulb and Normal) and on the other side it marks "mx" (which obviously is multiexposure). I can't wait!

  56. mkd
    mkd ·

    i reckon its a DIY build-it-yourself camera, going by the screws everywhere - im gonna go with naming it the LOBSTER!! what do i win! haha

  57. ryuhei
    ryuhei ·

    hope its a hotshoe flash, so i can put it on my diana and other cameras :)

  58. kiteflyin
    kiteflyin ·

    I'm liking the ping pong paddle idea! :D
    Hope the price isn't too far out there.

  59. holydarkyfied
    holydarkyfied ·

    whater resistant lc-w case with big flash?

  60. cheeso
    cheeso ·

    It's not underwater or waterproof. None of the sample shots were under water.

  61. robotmonkey1996
    robotmonkey1996 ·

    two words- Kandor Kandid. look it up.

  62. comraderudy
    comraderudy ·

    i just found out i won the yet to be unveiled camera and will report from the party in Los Angeles tomorrow night. can't wait to see it (whatever it is).

  63. stitch
    stitch ·

    i hope it feels more solid than the spinner ;)

  64. bcartwright
    bcartwright ·

    Usually with this few hours till launch the pics have leaked.... They got this locked down.

  65. humanangel
    humanangel ·

    if it's waterproof the screws will rust in few days

  66. candle
    candle ·

    underwater fisheye actionsampler with flash ;D

  67. kwokstar
    kwokstar ·

    it looks like that kandor candid camera everyone is saying but the flash reminds me of those old polaroid ones with the flash bulbs !

  68. francesco1
    francesco1 ·

    SCUBA camera

  69. kwokstar
    kwokstar ·

    LOL, it does look like that one.. i ruined it for myself ! can't wait for the microsite though, i love those microsites..

  70. james_taylor
    james_taylor ·

    given lomos trend for making cameras with light leaks, I'm not sure I would use a underwater lomo flash. high voltages, leaks, water and me don't go well together (;

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    ocit ·

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