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    Lomography LomoKino pictures and hands-on

    By 3 November 2011

    Analogue camera specialist Lomography has unveiled its very first movie camera, the LomoKino, and we were invited along to Lomo HQ for a top secret preview prior to the official launch. As we'd already received an invite to the launch event in the form...

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    Lomography La Sardina hands-on

    By 16 June 2011

    The Lomography La Sardina is the latest camera to join the lineup from the analogue specialist, and is shaped like a sardine tin. Yes, a sardine tin. We were invited along to Lomo HQ for a sneaky peek at the new model. Along with comically distinctive...

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    Lomography LC-Wide hands-on

    By 20 May 2011

    Analogue camera specialist Lomography has expanded its classic LC-A range with the introduction of the LC-Wide, featuring a new wide angle lens as well as a choice of picture formats. We were invited down to the Lomography Gallery Store in central London...

  • Cameras 4.5 out of 5

    Nikon F6 review

    By 23 March 2005

    With Digital SLR becoming such a force to be reckoned with in the professional and consumer markets is there still a need for a high end 35mm model from the camera manufacturers? Apparently so if Nikon has anything to say about it. Things seem to have...

  • Cameras 3.5 out of 5

    Olympus Mju III - 80 35mm camera review

    By 1 March 2004

    With the January 14th announcement that Kodak Eastman, the historic film company, is to cease making film APS and reloadable 35mm film cameras in the Western world, it’s refreshing to see that this attitude is not reflected by other global camera manufactures....

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