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    There is now a 35mm back available:

    http://shop.lomography.com/gb/camera...lair-35mm-back

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    Anyone here own this camera? What do you think of it?

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    There was one detailed review that I read so far. The lenses really stunk, and the focus dropped off very quickly after a 6x6 square. Even at $250, it's still a plastic toy, an expensive one.

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    Lomo is supposedly releasing real glass lenses soon. Hopefully the coverage and resolution will be a bit better.

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    I see there is now a Lomography "Tipster" article on how to stuff cardboard into the camera to prevent "fat" rolls. I would think a new design would at least not have that problem - like an old Holga.
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    What is a "fat" roll?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AgX View Post
    What is a "fat" roll?
    When a roll of 120 doesn't spool tightly. It seems "fat" and much worse will get light struck at the edges. I'm surprised this camera is that crude, although some people like light leaks so maybe it's a "feature".

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    I assume that would mean either an angular misplacement (spool axix vs. film plane) or a lateral shift of the spool with reference to the film guides (in there are).

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    Get it right in the camera, the first time...

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    The flickr images separate the real shooters and the hipsters. Over all, from what I saw, it's a toy that's a bit more expensive but no worse than my seagull.
    Get it right in the camera, the first time...

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