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VIDEO: Lomography launches retro Diana Mini film camera

VIDEO: Lomography launches retro Diana Mini film camera

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After bring the cult classic Diana camera back from the dead in 2007, Lomography is now offering a mini version of the plastic snapper. The Diana Mini is a smaller version of the Diana F+ taking 35mm, rather than 120 film, but still offers users some... >>

Kodak retires Kodachrome film

Kodak retires Kodachrome film

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Kodak has announced that it will retire its Kodachrome colour film this year, after producing film under the sub-brand for 74 years, with stocks due to run out in early autumn. A sign of the times for those still using film cameras, and indicative of... >>

35mm Vivitar V3800N SLR relaunched

35mm Vivitar V3800N SLR relaunched

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A back-to-basics move from US company Sakar has seen a manual 35mm single lens reflex camera get a re-launch in the States. Aimed at students - as well as those who can't stand the pace of the modern consumer electronics industry - the Vivitar V3800N... >>

Retro SLR webcam launches

Retro SLR webcam launches

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Brando is offering this cool webcam that looks like a vintage SLR as "another little fancy stuff on your desk". With "lens rotation" for adjusting the images, the retro-cam is compatible with Skype, MSN, etc, is powered by USB and works with Windows XP,... >>

Polaroid PoGo instant digital camera announced

Polaroid PoGo instant digital camera announced

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The Polaroid PoGo instant digital camera is due to launch in the UK on 11 May, and etailer Firebox has nabbed the initial exclusive to sell the new snapper. Combining the instant fun of an old skool Polaroid camera with the portable PoGo photo printer,... >>

Lomography launches Chromiacs range

Lomography launches Chromiacs range

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Lomography has launched a new limited edition range of some of its most popular cameras decked out in chrome - fittingly named "Chromiacs". The cameras included in the range are the Lomo Colorsplash, Diana F+, Fisheye 2 and Supersampler. All four cameras... >>

Lomo offers "White Knight" Fisheye 2

Lomo offers "White Knight" Fisheye 2

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Lomography has announced a special edition Fisheye 2 camera - the "White Knight" - originally produced for the Taiwanese market. As with previous models, using standard 35mm film, the camera will deliver brilliant and original fisheye pics, but has a... >>

Polaroid to stop making instant film

Polaroid to stop making instant film

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Polaroid, the company behind the iconic instant camera, is to stop making instant film. The firm has announced it is to close factories in Massachusetts in the States, Mexico and the Netherlands. Polaroid stopped making the instant cameras approximately... >>

Cult "Diana" camera to be relaunched by Lomo

Cult "Diana" camera to be relaunched by Lomo

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Originally produced as a toy camera back in the Sixties by a factory in Hong Kong, the Diana camera, also made under different names including the "Anny" and the "Debonair" has since become a cult classic. One of the main reasons this oh-so-basic little... >>

Crazy kitty-camera talks to your cat

Crazy kitty-camera talks to your cat

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The Holga K202 is no ordinary camera. This 35mm effort can make cat noises in order to get your puss' attention so as to help you snap the purr-fect shot. >>