by Miryam Muller in

Thinking back to the cameras of the '50s and '60s Lomography just took the next great leap in their vintage photographic evolution and launched their first-ever movie camera, the LomoKino.

The LomoKino is a compact movie-making machine that works with any roll of standard 35mm film. The camera exposes the film in a constricted manner to turn 36 frames into 144 frames, giving the user about 40 seconds of movie magic. Other than an f/5.6 to f/11 aperture range, a "close-up" button and a mount for Lomography flashes there aren't a lot of controls to worry about and that is part of the point. The LomoKino is designed for the fun, playful and creative. It's an exciting way to reconnect with the heritage of homemade movie-making while bringing the classic Lomo look alive in beautifully vivid colors and textures.


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