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Lomography LomoKino pictures and hands-on

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... >>

Lomography La Sardina hands-on

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... >>

Lomography LC-Wide hands-on

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... >>

What the hell is Micro Four Thirds?

What the hell is Micro Four Thirds?

By 20 November 2010

If you've been looking into upgrading your camera recently, then chances are you will have come across the seemingly baffling phrase "Micro Four Thirds". Retailers and tech websites have been throwing the three-word moniker around with gay abandon, apparently... >>

Lady Gaga Polaroid camera coming at the start of 2011

Lady Gaga Polaroid camera coming at the start of 2011

By 19 August 2010

Since Lady Gaga became a creative director at Polaroid Imaging Products the world - or at least the teenage one - has been waiting to see what the pop princess will come up with. Well, that moment is just around the corner with the first Gaga Polaroid... >>

Nikon chief hints at "new concept" SLR camera

Nikon chief hints at "new concept" SLR camera

By 8 July 2010

Nikon president Makoto Kimura has told Bloomberg that the Japanese camera giant is planning on releasing a "new concept" camera within the current financial year. The camera is set to include a mirrorless structure that, if true, will rival the Micro... >>

Lomography brings new spin with 360 degree panoramic camera

Lomography brings new spin with 360 degree panoramic camera

By 9 June 2010

Cult photography company, Lomography, has just added an all new panoramic camera to its novelty photographic portfolio. Called the Spinner 360 it will allow users to take 360 degree panoramic shots by way of a pull of the trigger cord - think pull string... >>

Polaroid film goes back on sale

Polaroid film goes back on sale

By 22 March 2010

Film suitable for Polaroid cameras will go on sale at the end of the month following a 2 year project by two men, who were sad to see Polaroid discontinue it. Although officially canned by Polaroid, that hasn't stopped a company called the Impossible... >>

World's most expensive camera up for auction

World's most expensive camera up for auction

By 27 January 2010

What's being described as the first commercially produced camera is due to go under the hammer at an Austrian auction house in May of this year. Expected to sell for between 500,000 and 700,000 euros it's one pricey snapper with that cost converting to... >>

Polaroid returns with the PIC-1000

Polaroid returns with the PIC-1000

By 9 January 2010

Polaroid has confirmed that it will be releasing a new Polaroid instant camera later this year after a campaign to not let the film format die revealed fresh consumer interest and we've got photos of what it will look like. The new camera, which features... >>