Posts Tagged ‘sprockets’

Battle Of The Wides

Written by • Jul 23rd, 2011 • Category: Others
Some friends asked me about which Lomo/toy camera should they go for if they wanna shoot wide. In the past, I’d tell them to either get the LC-A+ with the wide angle lens attachment or the (way cheaper but needs lots more light and careful usage) Vivitar Ultra Wide & Slim (UWS) (also rebranded as the Superheadz’s Wide Lens Camera). Now with the introduction of few newer cameras from Lomography, it is harder to answer that question (which wide angle cam to go for). We now have the LC-Wide, La… >> read more


Rocketing In Taiwan : 2

Written by • Nov 28th, 2010 • Category: Fun with film
The last roll from the Sprocket Rocket for the trip. As the weather/lighting was pretty crazy/bad, loading a roll of Lomo Xpro 200 slides on the Rocket was a little risky. Fortunately we were in Taichung during that time and the sun was (a little bit) more ‘helpful’. Still there were some ‘forced doubles’ due to bad lighting. Glad most of the shots turned out fine. 😀 I kinda like the doubles in this roll! Fitzand posing with his new soft toy and train … After finish scanning this roll… >> read more


Poorer After Lunch

Written by • Jul 29th, 2010 • Category: Toys
Sometimes I think I should just bring bread to work and stay in the office for lunch. 🙁 Made a short trip to ThirtySix and ended up with more damages to my (already badly torn) wallet. What’s the loot this time? Finally the elusive Tolne camera is on their shelves! Was torn between the green and blue but decided on the blue one because the green one is a little too bright for this old fella. No … don’t you dare ask why didn’t I buy all 4 colors! I… >> read more


DigitaLIZA : First Look

Written by • Jul 15th, 2010 • Category: Others
Finally a solution for those of us who like scanning photos which has the sprocket holes areas exposed! The DigitaLIZA from Lomography. The solution came just in time … as the new fun Spinner 360 churns out super long frames with exposed sprocket holes that make scanning and stitching the frames a really painful process (especially for people like me who has not much patience sitting in front of the computer doing post processing). I was expecting a delay in the shipment of mine because Lomo Asia’s online store stated… >> read more


Stretching It Again

Written by • Apr 16th, 2010 • Category: Fun with film
We will be celebrating the World Pinhole Day this year on the 25th April 2010. Unfortunately I will be away for a week then and thus won’t be able to be shooting pinhole that day. Hmm. Ok … maybe I’ll try to … but it’s hell shooting pinhole on vacation without a tripod and having to let your family wait for you. Hahaha! Anyway, I did a pre-WPD 2010 shoot using my modified Holga WPC that I’ve not been using a for a long long time. This is one fun… >> read more


Sprockets? Redscale?

Written by • Apr 13th, 2009 • Category: Fun with film
After burning some packs of Instax mini film on the Diana F+ Instant Back (check it out here), I thought of putting it to rest for a while before my itchy fingers spend all of Fitzand’s milk powder money. I was wrong. Curiosity killed the fat cat. I loaded a pack of film yesterday to experiment with some stuffs on it. Crazy … I know. I wanted sprocket holes on my Instax back. I wanted redscale on my Instax back. Crazy? Oh well … at least I tried. So I… >> read more