Olympus Trip 35

Reports Hint at a Fixed-Lens Large-Sensor Olympus TRIP-D to Come

Funny, I just got an old Trip 35 again after missing my other one so much and now I read they are going to make a digital version of it. Strange that theses vintage/iconic camera are making a comeback somehow.

http://www.thephoblographer.com/2014/03/18/reports-hint-fixed-lens-large-sensor-olympus-trip-d-come/

Mamiya C330

Mamiya C330 by Ennev
Mamiya C330, a photo by Ennev on Flickr.

Taken with a Pentax K-5 II

playing with Hi Key

Lytro unlocks Wi-Fi with firmware update, introduces iOS app

I found this on www.dpreview.com it’s making the Lytro camera more and more interesting :

 

Lytro unlocks Wi-Fi with firmware update, introduces iOS app
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Lytro has released a firmware update that enables the Wi-Fi chips inside its 8GB and 16GB light field cameras. The San Fransisco-based company has also announced a new iOS companion app called Lytro Mobile, which allows you to browse images from the camera on an iOS smartphone or iPod Touch. Replicating some of the functionality of Lytro’s existing desktop app, the mobile app allows you to refocus and change the perspective of your images and share the ‘living pictures’ via social media. Click through for more details.

Lomopedia: Lomo LC-A+

Something interesting on Lomography.com

Lomopedia: Lomo LC-A+

The Lomo LC-A+ is a reinvention of the original Lomo LC-A camera introduced in September 2006 courtesy of the Lomographic Society International, following the original LC-A’s production discontinuation.


To browse this gallery please read this post on our website

Aside from its original features – Minitar 1 lens, automatic ISO exposure – the Lomo LC-A+ contains new features such as a multiple exposure switch, a cable release and tripod thread, and unique front grooves that can cater to specialized LC-A+ accessories.

Technical Specifications:

  • Film format: 35mm
  • Lens: Minitar 1 32/2.8 Lens
  • Aperture: f/2.8, f/4, f/5.6, f/8, f/11, f/16
  • Shutter speed: 1/500
  • ISO range: 100-1600
  • Focusing: Manual; 0.8m, 1.5m, 3m to infinity
  • Flash: Standard hotshoe
  • Film advance: Manual
  • Film rewind: Manual
  • Battery (for light meter): 3x S76 batteries
  • Cable release and tripod thread
  • Multiple exposure switch
  • Front grooves for easy attachment of accessories


To browse this gallery please read this post on our website

Read more about the Lomo LC-A+ over at the Lomo LC-A+ microsite.

The Lomo LC-A+ is known worldwide for its amazing features: automatic exposure, extended ISO range, and multiple and long exposure capabilities. Get your own Lomo LC-A+ now!

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Lomo Flowers

Lomo Flowers by Ennev
Lomo Flowers, a photo by Ennev on Flickr.

Taken with Mamiya C330 loaded with Lomography Xpro 200 developed in C41 scanned with a canon V500 scanner.

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The Hasselblad V system is now dead

I guess it’s time to say goodbye to one legendary camera today

From Photo rumors : The Hasselblad V system is now dead
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Today Hasselblad announced the end of life for their V camera line because of declining demand. The 503CW model is no longer in production but can still be purchased in retailers while supply last ($3,460.00): . . .

Lomography is starting Lomopedia

lomo camera

Lomography is starting a series of reviews about films and cameras. It could be interesting. It’s fun to see a company that doesn’t just push its own product.

Here’s the link on the announcement : Introducing: The Lomopedia Resource Series

Let’s Go Eat

Let's Go Eat by Ennev
Let’s Go Eat, a photo by Ennev on Flickr.

Taken with a Lubitel 166+ with Ektar 100

No digital enhancements.

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