The Lomography La Sardina and Flash - Diy features a simple design in white that can be decorated according to the photographers creativity. This camera has a built-in 22 mm wide angle lens with a view angle of 89° that gives a broad perspective and depth of field to the images and enhances its quality. It is equipped with a fixed f/8 aperture that is compatible with most shooting applications. The camera offers two-stage focusing option between 2-3.3' / 0.6-1 m and from 3.3' / 1 m to infinity. The camera has two exposure settings to suit various lighting conditions and an MX mode that allows the photographer to add multiple exposures on the same frame. The La Sardina from Lomography uses a 35 mm film to capture images. Also, it has a film cartridge window that lets the photographer view the type of film used in the camera. The camera can be attached to the tripod with the 1/4-inch tripod socket to capture long exposure shots and a cable release socket to gives stability to the camera. This camera includes a Fritz the Blitz flash to add more creative exposure.
Optics and Focus
Add depth to your images and give it a broad angle perspective with the 22 mm wide-angle plastic lens with an 89° angle of view. The fixed aperture of f/8 and a two-stage focusing gives the camera the capability to focus between 2-3.3' / 0.6-1 m and from 3.3' / 1 m to infinity. Boasting the N (1/100th sec.) or B (bulb) the two-stage exposure settings, This camera can control the exposure of the location to get precise and detailed images with clarity. The MX mode in this Sardina camera allows the photographer to use unlimited exposure on the same frame to enhance the quality of the picture.
Sensor and Screen
The Lomography La Sardina and Flash - Diy camera has a built-in inverse Galilean optical viewfinder that allows the photographer to adjust the frames and control multiple and long exposures. The cartridge window shows the type of film used in this camera.
Image and Video
The Sardina camera uses a standard 35 mm film roll to film images with the best-in-class clarity. It has an auto film counter with auto film stopping that maintains proper spacing between the frames.
The La Sardina from Lomography has bulb settings and a 1/4-inch tripod socket to capture long exposure shots. The cable release socket in this camera provides stability to the camera to prevent blurring of images. The dedicated micro contact is used for the proprietary Fritz the Blitz flash included with the camera. The external flash can be attached to the side of the camera. It has three distance settings (5.25', 4', and 2') to control the exposure and four colored filters (blue, yellow, white, and red) to modify the color of the flash.