That’s right, there’s a movie camera from Lomography called the LomoKino Super 35. But this is no ordinary movie camera, this one uses 35mm film.
Just like the vintage film makers of old, you crank a handle on the camera, which produces those moving shots on black and white or colour film. 144 frames on any 35mm film (with a meter to show hoe far you’ve got). Once you’ve got it processed, you can watch your creation on the LomoKinoScope player, impressing your friends with your vintage-style, handmade creations. You can also upload your finished films on the Lomography website.
See the full technical specifications on the Lomo site, which has limited stock available now. Depending on your choice of package, prices start at £89. see a video explaining it all below.