LomoKino

The first movie camera from the masters of throwback film photography

Taking the next great leap in their photographic evolution, Lomography has launched their first-ever movie camera. The LomoKino, which dropped today, is a compact, crank-powered movie-making machine that maintains the aesthetic and quality expected from the Lomo brand. Harkening back to the handheld crank cameras typical of home movies in the ’50s and ’60s, the LomoKino is a far cry from feature-packed HD setups you …

Lomo LC-Wide

Lomography adds an ultra-wide angle camera to their classic compact line

An exciting addition to their line of legendary analog cameras, today Lomography releases the Lomo LC-Wide. The continuation of the iconic LC-A+ line retains its classic aesthetic but adds greater functionality—specifically the ability to shoot ultra-wide angle photos. Relatively compact in size, the camera sports a 17mm lens with three different shoot modes (full, square and half format) that allow photographers to snap extreme close-ups …

Diana Instant Back+ Camera Accessory

As the Polaroid fades into the annals of photographic history, Fuji's Instax line is filling the instant film void. Available in a standard (108mm x 86mm) and mini (53mm x 86mm) size, the horizontally-oriented photos behave much the same as classic Polaroid film, but they generally only work with three existing models of Fuji-licensed cameras (one for full-sized and two for mini film). Fortunately, other …