Folder, 6x12 or less, automatic exposure 2-aperture shutter, interchangable, focussable lenses
wow... thats actually a real camera from them... glad there's a market...
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Looks interesting. And unusually for Lomo International it's being offered at a reasonable price. Wish I had £200 spare!
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For quite some cameras out of their range you can find much cheaper alternatives on common fleamarkets. Not for this kind though.
I wonder what kind of lens constructions they use.
Looks very interesting. Thanks for sharing.
Now i have the week end to explain and convainc my other half that this camera is such very interesting.
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Oh, I'm very very tempted.... Gosh, I've already got too many film cameras as it is and I've just bought a Lubitel 166u as well, but still........
well hell, pull of the lens, throw on something more competent and you have a legitimate 6x12!
Tempted but just spent some dough on a 6x12 back to use with my Wista and Graflex. Also still trying to find time to use the Spinner 360 I bought from them on impulse a couple years ago...
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The more expensive two mention they've got metal bodies, not the inexpensive one. The samples don't look all that sharp so likely to be plastic lenses.
But. I do have a real 58mm sitting in a drawer. Time to flip a coin?
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