Lomokino Analog Film Camera


The Lomokino is a portable film camera suitable for ordinary 35mm film. Make your own old-fashioned Hollywood movie in black and white or an experimental indie with color film, the choice is yours by using any kind of 35mm film! You can shoot up to 30 seconds of silent film per roll and set the pace yourself by turning the crank. Slow for a low frame rate or fast for a higher frame rate, up to 3 – 5 frames per second at full speed.

The Lomokino has:

  • A handy display to track your progress on the camera roll
  • Close-up button to film at only 0.6m
  • Tripod mount to fix the movie camera on a tripod and keep the image stable
  • Hot shoe mount on the top to attach your favorite flash
  • No need for batteries
  • A guide to the content pack (in English)
  • This package does not include a 35mm roll of film, it can be purchased separately from any brand

Availability: Only 2 left in stock

Store:  Eye Filmmuseum

In 1892, legendary inventors Thomas Edison and William Kennedy Dickson were the first to use 35mm film to shoot film on their historic analog film cameras. Over the years, all kinds of formats have appeared and disappeared, but it was 35mm that stood the test of time and became the standard film format for movie making.

Only later did they begin to experiment with the use of 35 mm film in still cameras. It was German optical engineer, Oskar Barnack, who would eventually be credited with popularizing the still photography format when he invented the first of the legendary Leica 35mm cameras. Now 35mm film is considered the standard film format for photographs worldwide.


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