Lomography Presents: Fisheye Baby 110
Despite the undisputable fact that lomography is a huge trend nowadays, especially among the younger generations and teenagers, some of the readers may not know the essence of it yet. Lomography is a way of film photography, whose main aim is to show life as-is. It pays no attention to the basic criteria of picture quality like brightness, sharpness, prospective or any others. Lomographic photos first appeared in the early 1990es, and since then the odd photos have captured many heart and visited many exhibitions and art-halls.
No wonder that the Lomography camera manufacturing company has immediately caught the trend and concentrated on the production of lomo-cameras and all the equipment necessary for taking chimera pictures in any suitable situation. This time they presented the Fisheye Baby 110, a camera of such a tiny size, that it is almost possible to find one in a box of cornflakes. The body itself comes in two different materials – a plastic one and the metal version, but it doesn’t give any difference in size (68x70x51mm). But the metal-coated variant has a PC flash adaptor. As it is well understood from the name, the lens of the camera gives the photographer a possibility to take specifically “bubbled” pictures, making the people and things look like they look for a fish.
The name of the device already gives you a hint that in order to make photos you have to purchase the 110 film. The plastic lens will for sure give you a great opportunity to make your retro-pictures quite unforgettable. The average price of the device is $50 for the plastic-coated and $60 for the metal.