Lomokino - 35mm Movie Camera

Discussion in 'Lo-Fi Cameras' started by EASmithV, Jan 5, 2012.

  1. EASmithV

    EASmithV Member

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    Well, I read an article saying that they stopped making analog movie cameras... Guess that's not entirely true, with Bolex still saying that they do... and... this thing?

    http://usa.shop.lomography.com/lomo...&utm_content=LomoKino+&utm_campaign=LomoKino+

    It seems pretty cool, and it's sure to burn plenty of film.

    I'd post this in the ACUG group, but I've got a feeling that nobody ever checks that group anymore unfortunately.

    On a side note, I'm running a roll of Foma 400 through my first Holga 120N I got for Christmas, results to follow :smile:
     
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    there are quite some of us who check regularly.

    to my opinion the lomokino film camera is a bad idea. a 36 eposure film gives you 144 frames in total. it films at a frequency of 4 frames per second which gives you 36 seconds of "film", just half a minute. by the way : even old flickery silent film (and old amateur film) had 16 frames per minute. at this speed it would be good for 9 seconds.
     
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