This Tiny Toy Camera Is Your Deal of the Day

Although there are thousands of ways to add a film look to photos taken with rapidly improving smartphone cameras, they'll never capture the accidental magic of a photograph taken with film in a toy camera. You might see light leaks or overexposure as errors, but a dedicated toy camera user sees those flukes as character. If you want to make your own happy accidents, you'll probably get a camera reproduction from the Lomographic Society, which makes both film and reproductions of classic toy cameras.

Right now, Gilt is running a big sale on lots of Lomography stuff for the next two days. Gilt is frustrating: they used to be an "online sample sale," where most of their stuff was priced competitively, but now they're putting a lot of chaff in with the deals wheat. For instance, today, there's a lot of "fashion" cameras — which are the normal medium format Diana cameras but with some garish graphics. Same functionality, but uglier and more expensive.

But there are still a few deals available. They've got the Diana Mini 110 for $34, which is $16 less than the normal price of $50. They've also got the Fisheye Baby 110 — which features a fisheye lens, duh — for $24. Mind you, there's $8 in shipping, so these deals have a hidden cost, but they're still the lowest price on the internet. [Gilt]

Also: these two tiny toy cameras take 110 film. Your local drugstore probably doesn't carry it. Make the shipping fee go a little farther by picking up this color negative roll from Gilt, or Amazon also carries a bunch.

Diana Mini 110 ($34) | Gilt | Originally $50 | Shipping is not free
Fisheye Mini 110 ($24) | Gilt | Originally $40 | Shipping is not free
Diana Deluxe Kit ($174) | Gilt | $196 at Amazon | Medium format camera
35mm Sprocket Rocket ($65) | Amazon | Originally $90 | Amazon's price is actually better than Gilt's, and this camera got a price cut in the past month


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Cheap "Poetic" Kindle Paperwhite Case ($5) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $10 | Wirecutter wrote about this case, and decided that it was worth it to get their favorite case, which is only $10 [Amazon]
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32GB SanDisk SDHC Class 10 ($20) | Best Buy via Storageaholic | Originally $30
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Brita Slim Pitcher ($10.88) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $16
Two Large Papa Johns Pizzas ($12) | Papa John's via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $20 | Use coupon code CD1199
Cast Iron Dutch Oven ($55) | Amazon via Camelcamelcamel | Originally $75


Apple

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Audio

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This Tiny Toy Camera Is Your Deal of the Day

$19.20 for a six-month-old major game is a pretty good deal. It activates on Steam, and it'll even work on newer Macs. Here's Kotaku's review. Use coupon code GMG20-P4DLK-FKYRS. Pretty awesome. [Green Man Gaming]


Gaming

Kinect Star Wars for Xbox ($18) | Amazon via Gamingaholic | Originally $30
Borderlands 2 ($19.21) | Green Man Gaming via Reddit | Originally $60
Dead Space 3 for Xbox, PS3, PC ($40) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $60
Monster Hunter 3 for Wii U + 3DS ($80) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $120
Turtle Beach XP300 Headset ($110) | Amazon via Edealinfo | Originally $150
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Physical Media

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Digital Media

Not today.


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Laptops

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Screens

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Portables

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Camera

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Bare Drives

240GB OCZ Vertex 3 ($140) | Tiger Direct | Originally $190 | Thanks, biomorh!


Apps

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Runtastic Pushups PRO ($1) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $2

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Splashtop 2 Remote Desktop ($0) | iTunes via Apps-aholic | Originally $10

Android

Ultimate Task Killer Plus ($1.33) | Google Play via Apps-aholic | Originally $2
Farm Invasion USA ($1.49) | Amazon Appstore via Apps-aholic | Originally $5
Masqed Crusader ($2.49) | Google Play via Apps-aholic | Originally $5


Hobomodo

Free 3M Hard Hat ($0) | 3M via Reddit | Originally $20 | For industrial workers only
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