Tag: lomopedia

  • Lomopedia: Olympus Trip 35

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-07-09 #videos #people #gear
    Lomopedia: Olympus Trip 35

    Regarded by many camera experts and enthusiasts as the 35mm version of the equally popular Olympus Pen camera, the Olympus Trip 35 remains a collectible and iconic compact camera for the high quality photos that it can take. Find out more about this analogue favorite in this installment of Lomopedia!

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  • 10 Iconic, GAS-Inducing Film SLR Cameras

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-09-26 #gear
    10 Iconic, GAS-Inducing Film SLR Cameras

    We've been feeding everyone with their regular dose of drool-worthy analogue gear through the Lomopedia Resource Series, and we know many of these cameras are awesome enough to cause GAS -- Gear Acquisition Syndrome! See if you're lucky enough to have some of them already, or if your camera shelf and wallet can accommodate any or all of these cameras!

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  • Lomopedia: Fujifilm TX-1

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-11-05 #gear
    Lomopedia: Fujifilm TX-1

    Another drool-worthy analogue beauty from Fujifilm, the sleek TX-1 is a panoramic rangefinder camera released by the Japanese camera maker in 1998. Aside from the outstanding panoramas it will let you take, there's one other reason you might want to put this camera in your wishlist. Find out after the jump!

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  • Lomopedia: Kodak Aerochrome Infrared Film

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-10-03 #gear
    Lomopedia: Kodak Aerochrome Infrared Film

    One look at the stunning photos taken using the Aerochrome, Kodak's false-color infrared film, is enough to drive every lomographer to scour every nook and cranny in search of this legendary emulsion. Read on to find out more about Kodak Aerochrome in this installment of Lomopedia!

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  • Lomopedia: Horizont

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-05-18 #gear
    Lomopedia: Horizont

    The successor of the KMZ FT-2 and the predecessor of the Horizon 202, the Horizont camera was produced in the Soviet Union in 1967. Find out more about this early swivel lens panoramic camera after the jump!

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  • Lomopedia: Adox Color Implosion

    written by Julien Matabuena on 2015-07-15 #gear
    Lomopedia: Adox Color Implosion

    With unpredictable results reminiscent of color images taken a few decades ago, Adox Color Implosion is for those looking to experiment with the look of their photographs.

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  • Lomopedia: Ilford XP2 Super 400 Black & White 35mm Film

    written by denisesanjose on 2013-07-10 #gear
    Lomopedia: Ilford XP2 Super 400 Black & White 35mm Film

    One of our bestselling films, Ilford XP2 Super 400 is a favored black and white 35mm film by Lomographers because of its superior chromogenic quality and developing convenience! It's an outstanding choice for action photography (since it can be pushed/pulled) and low-budget film processing (accepted at most one-hour labs)!

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  • Lomopedia: Asahi Pentax 6x7

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-08-29 #gear
    Lomopedia: Asahi Pentax 6x7

    One of the cameras coveted by medium format fans is the Asahi Pentax 6x7 introduced in 1969, with upgraded versions later renamed Pentax 67. Find out more about this beautiful medium format SLR camera in this installment of Lomopedia!

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  • Lomopedia: Falcon Miniature

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2014-03-27 #gear
    Lomopedia: Falcon Miniature

    An interesting analogue snapper from the 1940s, the Falcon miniature was a simple half-frame camera that took 127 film. Find out more about this quirky fantastic plastic camera in this installment of Lomopedia!

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  • Lomopedia: Fuji Natura Classica

    written by denisesanjose on 2013-05-06 #gear
    Lomopedia: Fuji Natura Classica

    If you love taking photos using available light and hate enabling flash, then the Fuji Natura Classica is the perfect camera for you. With its sought-after NP (Natural Photo) mode, you'll be able to capture true-to-life colors and minimal grain using high-speed 35mm films even in low-light situations!

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  • Lomopedia: Nikon FM10

    written by cheeo on 2014-06-18 #gear
    Lomopedia: Nikon FM10

    Dubbed as an ideal analogue camera for beginners, the FM10 boasts a myriad of features that can definitely teach photography newbies a trick or two when it comes to shooting. Read on to find out more about this trusty SLR from Nikon.

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  • Lomopedia: Yashica Electro 35 Series

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-11-14 #gear
    Lomopedia: Yashica Electro 35 Series

    Still a popular 35mm rangefinder camera both for beginner and intermediate film photographers today, the original Yashica Electro 35 was introduced in 1966 and got several upgrades until the early 1970s. Find out more about this camera after the jump!

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  • Lomopedia: Lomography LomoChrome Purple XR 100-400

    written by denisesanjose on 2013-08-05 #gear
    Lomopedia: Lomography LomoChrome Purple XR 100-400

    The latest emulsion out of Lomography's film lair is the new LomoChrome Purple XR 100-400, an awesome color negative which gives naturally infrared-like results! Greens become purple, yellows turn pink... It's a psychedelic trip in 36 exposures!

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  • Lomopedia: Lomography X Tungsten 35mm

    written by denisesanjose on 2013-06-14 #gear
    Lomopedia: Lomography X Tungsten 35mm

    While short-lived and all sold out, Lomography X Tungsten was a violet-tinged favourite of x-pro addicted Lomographers. With its low ISO, ultra-fine grain and blueberry tones, this 35mm film brought exciting hues to analogue photographs!

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  • Lomopedia: Rollei 35

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-06-13 #gear
    Lomopedia: Rollei 35

    First manufactured from 1966 to 1971 by Rollei in Germany, the Rollei 35 has remained an iconic camera and a favorite of film photography enthusiasts for being one of the smallest full frame cameras ever made. Find out more about this beautiful and fascinating camera in this installment of Lomopedia.

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  • Lomopedia: Leica M4

    written by geegraphy on 2013-06-01 #gear
    Lomopedia: Leica M4

    Regarded by many photographers as one of the better rangefinders, the Leica M4 possesses the same classic feel and finish of its predecessors but with significant improvements to its specifications.

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  • Lomopedia: Minox 35 GT

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-05-07 #gear
    Lomopedia: Minox 35 GT

    A favorite of compact film camera fans, the Minox 35 GT rose into popularity as supposedly the smallest full-frame 35mm camera ever made. If you're into compact cameras and are looking for a potential addition to your family of analogue snapshooters, read on to find out more about this cool and classy compact camera!

  • Lomopedia: Voigtlander Bessa III

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2014-03-18 #gear
    Lomopedia: Voigtlander Bessa III

    An advanced medium format rangefinder camera, the beautiful Voigtlander Bessa III was the product of the joint efforts of two prominent camera makers. Find out which in this installment of Lomopedia!

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  • Lomopedia: Smena 8M

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2014-02-14 #gear
    Lomopedia: Smena 8M

    A well-known model from the Smena line of inexpensive Russian cameras, the Smena 8M remains a popular option for those who are getting started with lomography. Find out more about this no-frills fantastic plastic snapper in this installment of Lomopedia!

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  • Lomopedia: Konica Pop

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-11-26 #gear
    Lomopedia: Konica Pop

    A popular 35mm compact camera from the 1980s, the Konica Pop's simple design, easy controls, and eye-catching colors continue to win the hearts of both beginner and seasoned film photographers to this day. Find out more about this vintage beauty in this installment of Lomopedia!

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  • Lomopedia: Leica III

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-07-03 #gear
    Lomopedia: Leica III

    One of the most popular Leica models, the classic Leica III was introduced in 1933 alongside the Leica II series. Find out more about this iconic 35mm rangefinder camera in this installment of Lomopedia.

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  • 7 Iconic Panorama Cameras

    written by cheeo on 2016-07-14 #gear
    7 Iconic Panorama Cameras

    This instalment of Lomopedia goes wide – as in real wide as we take a look at some interesting panoramic cameras.

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  • Lomopedia: Leica M3

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-10-14 #gear
    Lomopedia: Leica M3

    A landmark camera for Leica, the M3 is a 35mm rangefinder camera that was introduced in 1954 and came with several notable features. Find out more about this Leica beauty in this installment of Lomopedia!

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  • Lomopedia: Sprocket Rocket

    written by denisesanjose on 2013-05-23 #gear
    Lomopedia: Sprocket Rocket

    Enjoy a super-panoramic view of the world with our series of Sprocket Rocket cameras and accessories! The Sprocket Rocket takes extended photos with standard 35mm film.These cameras have a super-wide lens which exposes the whole width of film, including its sprocket holes.

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  • Lomopedia: Mamiya 645 1000s

    written by cheeo on 2014-09-10 #gear
    Lomopedia: Mamiya 645 1000s

    This installment of Lomopedia goes medium format big and a-thousandth-of-a-second quick with the Mamiya 645 1000s.

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  • Lomopedia: Fujica G690

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2014-03-19 #gear
    Lomopedia: Fujica G690

    Another impressive analogue beauty from Fujifilm, the Fujica G690 was the Japanese camera company's first medium format rangefinder camera introduced in 1968. Find out more about this landmark rangefinder camera from Fuji in this installment of Lomopedia!

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  • Lomopedia: Lomography Frogeye

    written by geegraphy on 2013-07-15 #gear
    Lomopedia: Lomography Frogeye

    The Lomography Frogeye is a sleek, point-and-shoot, all-weather camera that can be taken underwater up to a depth of 12 ft.

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  • Lomopedia: Argus C3

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-06-12 #gear
    Lomopedia: Argus C3

    Manufactured between 1939 and 1957 by Michigan-based camera maker Argus, the Argus C3 is a 35mm rangefinder that has earned some intriguing nicknames, as well as spots in various camera lists for its design. Find out more about this intriguing camera in this installment of Lomopedia.

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  • Lomopedia: Zenit E

    written by cheeo on 2014-11-17 #gear
    Lomopedia: Zenit E

    Solid and sturdy, the Zenit E camera became one of the most loved SLRs in history for its simplicity and overall utility.

  • Lomopedia: Nikonos V

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-09-11 #gear
    Lomopedia: Nikonos V

    Since the photography world recently became abuzz with rumors of a digital Nikonos in the works, it's time for us to revisit the Nikon system that set the standard for underwater photography when it was introduced in 1963.

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