View Full Version : new Lomographic panoramic camery
After the introduction of their rotational panoramic camera they now introduce a simple, fixed lens camera for 35mm film with an aspect ratio of 3 with 24mm image height.
However the camera exposes the full film width, thus including the perforations and rebates (ratio 2.1).
10-28-2010, 11:17 AM
I like the look of it. The same effect can be had though loading 35mm into a Holga with a few bits of sponge and elastic bands...
The website doesn't seem to be working properly - I can't find out what lens it has, shutter speed(s) etc.
I did not find it too.
Here you can find a listing of some technical features:
(from german magazine Photoscala)
focal lenght: 30 mm
apertures: f 10.8 and f 16
shutter speed: 1/100 s and B
focusing range: 0.6 m – 1 m, 1 m - inf.
image size: 72x35 mm
with insertion frame: 72x24 mm
film advance/rewind: turning knobs with marking dot
exposure counter: no
multiple exposures: yes
price 79 Euro
10-28-2010, 12:06 PM
Styling is a rip of the http://westfordcomp.com/foundfilm/falconmini/falconmini.htm
It's a neat website if you are into found photography - films found in found cameras: http://westfordcomp.com/
price 79 Euro
I was with you right up to that part.
10-28-2010, 01:16 PM
Looks like a fun crappy camera. I might have to get one.
10-28-2010, 02:12 PM
Oh, more than a passing resemblance to the Falcon then?!
10-28-2010, 02:40 PM
I have a LC-A+ and love it, this new panoramic camera would be very cool too I think, but I'd probably spring a little more for a Horizon. I could not rule out buying one in a moment of weakness though.
10-28-2010, 05:38 PM
I have a LC-A+ and love it, this new panoramic camera would be very cool too I think, but I'd probably spring a little more for a Horizon.
I have a Horizon Perfekt, very different from this new gadget. It's not really an either/or proposition for me.
This Sprocket Rocket is more like the dollar store version of an Xpan. :laugh: