Lomographic Fisheye Camera #Two: Still Capturing 180-degrees of Cool


The Lomo cameras were originally known for their leaky bodies that contaminate film with errant light — perfect for art house photos. This 35mm fisheye film camera improves upon Lomo's best selling first with more image distorting capabilities, and a metal case. More, details, and sample shots, after the jump.

First off, the Fisheye No. 2 includes a "B" setting - allowing the shutter to stay open and admit that goreous natural nightime light outside. Next, a multiple exposure switch enables as many shots as you like on the same frame. A fisheye viewfinder gives you a real view into the world you're shooting. A flash hotshoe allows for easy use with the wunderbar Colorsplash Flash.

Lomographic Fisheye Camera #Two: Still Capturing 180-degrees of Cool

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