The Lomography Lomokino camera is a treat to all filmmakers for shooting analog short films, using actual film rolls. This hand-crank-driven camera allows the filmmaker to control the frame rate by up to 3-5 frames per second. This camera is designed with a 36-frame roll of a 35 mm film that gives 144 movie frames, along with a volume display that indicates how much film is left. Designed with a focal length of 25 mm, you can capture clear and sharp images of subjects that are as close as 2 feet or beyond 3.28 feet. The Lomokino camera is equipped with a hot shoe to attach an external flash for clear and sharp stop-action movies. The camera offers a flexible, continuous exposure of f/5.6, f/8, and f/11 for a better quality of moving images.
Optics and Focus
The Lomokino is a hand-crank-driven camera that is designed to control a frame rate of 3-5 frames per second. For a slow frame rate, rotate the crank slowly, and for a high rate, rotate it fast. This camera has adjustable aperture settings, allowing you to choose from f/5.6, f/8, and f/11. It features a 36-frame roll of a 35 mm film that gives 144 movie frames.
Sensor and Screen
This camera has a viewfinder that offers sharp and clear images, without any blur.
This Lomokino camera has a volume display that shows how much film is left in the roll. When the roll is empty, it pops a red flag on top as an indicator. The camera is equipped with a hot-shoe mount to attach an external flash to capture blur-free and clear pictures in dim-lit areas. For using the camera with any regular tripod, use the 1/4" mount screw.