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Lomography Spinner 360 35mm Camera

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  • Brand New Packaging!
  • Takes 35mm Film
  • Up to 8 full 360° Panoramas on a 36-exposure Film
  • No Batteries Required
  • Manual Long Exposures
  • Sunny/cloudy Aperture Settings
  • Built-in Spirit Level
  • Built-in Tripod Mount
GBP£89.00VIEW PRODUCT

Lomography La Sardina 8 Ball 35mm Camera

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  • Wide-angle lens
  • Rewind dial for multiple exposures
  • Film cartridge window on the rear of camera- see what you're shooting
  • Easy to use focusing
  • Bulb setting for night time and long exposure experimentation
  • Screw in cable release option
GBP£55.00VIEW PRODUCT
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Film cameras come in all sorts of shapes and sizes and are still going strong. It is quite amazing that in this world of digital photos and Wi-Fi communication, photographers still want the excitement of taking photos and not seeing them until they are processed and handed back. Film is still widely available as are processing labs and the digital aspect of photographs can still prevail, as negatives tend to be scanned on to CD’s nowadays. Loading and un-loading film cameras isn’t difficult, just remember to check that the little handle on the top left-hand side of the camera is turning round once the film is loaded and then disengage the spool lock when taking the film out and that’s it really. Once it’s loaded, the film is counted through so you know exactly where you are and then once it gets to the end, it won’t wind on anymore. 35mm film cameras take the 'standard' size film, but you can also get 120 roll film cameras which give a larger negative size and give excellent results when processed. Refreshingly simple!