Unfortunately, Samsung's lost camera prototypes that appeared on their website back in May were developed for "internal purposes" only, but one of their product managers has confirmed that the boxy model was a digital medium format camera.
11 months before the next Russia Day, Lomography's wrapped the classic Ruski film-camera in red goats' leather and painted fertility symbols on it. Why they did that, I'm not sure, but I do like the soviet badge on the back.
Considering this is a homemade camera knocked together with a few borrowed parts, it's surprisingly high-tech, with the main selling-point being that it was laser-cut—and that you can make one yourself.
For seafarin' types only (oh, ok, you landlubbers can use them too), Lomography's new type of film camera comes in four fishy variants, all with 22mm wide-angle lenses.
Apply as many filters as you want in Instagram, but you're not making art. For that you need 35mm film, updated with Lomography's latest take on an old Soviet classic, the LC-Wide.
Not that you'd want to drop this sucker in the water or anything, but Pentax calls its LX Gold camera the world's first waterproof and dust-resistant SLR. That's right, Gizmodians, this is not a digital camera, it's a nod toward those olden days when our forefathers used something that was known as "film." But Pentax…
Red Ferret points out the only reason left to buy a film camera: this one automatically vignettes your image next to Elvis. Elvis will look dreamily at you in his army uniform, while strumming a Ukulele, manning it up in a dude ranch background or any of three other settings. For better or worse, all of the featured…