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The Latest Insta-Nostalgia Maker: LomoKino

Indiewire By Maggie Lange | Indiewire November 7, 2011 at 9:27AM

Lomography has launched a camera that might give the Polaroid or Holga a run for their money as a hip, anti-digital, instantly retro accessory. Called the “Super 35 Movie Maker,” the LomoKino camera uses any 35 mm film to capture contemporary scenes in lo-fi light with minimal hand-cranked effort.
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Lomography has launched a camera that might give the Polaroid or Holga a run for their money as a hip, anti-digital, instantly retro accessory. Called the “Super 35 Movie Maker,” the LomoKino camera uses any 35 mm film to capture contemporary scenes in lo-fi light with minimal hand-cranked effort.

Short films shot on the Lomokino boast a sun-soaked, slightly pastel, faded veneer and stilted allure. Lomography has encouraged its users to upload their movies to their website, many of which have a poignant charm (two of the most delightful are posted below, more at Lomography’s website).

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