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About Lomography

The world's greatest compact Fisheye camera is now more amazing than you ever thought possible! Not only does it have same 180-degree wide-angle view & stunning fisheye barrel distortion, but the Fisheye No. 2 adds a bulb setting for long exposures, a switch for multiple exposures on the same frame, the ability to fire both a hotshoe flash & the built-in flash, a true fisheye viewfinder, & a "full metal jacket" body treatment

With this new arsenal, the possibilities for your Fisheye lomography are endless! Uses normal 35mm film that can be developed anywhere

Features:

"B" (Bulb) setting
By holding down the shutter button with your finger, you can keep the shutter open for as long as you like thereby inviting all the gorgeous ambient light outside to come on in. To close the shutter, merely release the button

"LNB" variable exposure switch
Use this to control your Fisheye 2's shutter timing. " L" locks the shutter so itcan't accidentally fire. "N" shoots a normal, instant exposure (1/100 sec, f/8). "B" or "bulb" selects Fisheye 2's long exposure capabilities as detailed above

Standard Flash Hotshoe & Built-In Electronic Flash
Use this to sync a Lomographic Colorsplash Flash or any other manual hotshoe flash to your Fisheye 2. The flash will fire when you hit the shutter release. You can also use the internal (built-in) flash as well

Multiple Exposure Switch (MX)
This allows you to take two or more shots on the same frame. Take your first shot, press the MX button, & you're now ready for the next one. Repeat as many times as you like

Accessory Viewfinder
Just slip this little jewel into the hotshoe & you'll get an authentic preview of the fisheye treat waiting for you to capture it

Full Metal Jacket
If those rowdy bikers are giving you a hard time, then just show em the Fisheye2's new hard-as-nails metal-plated exterior. Built for toughness, but refined for beauty you'll feel equally comfortable slinging your camera at a Texas HogPit or a Parisian Debutante Ball

170-degree field of view
The heart, soul, & blood of the Fisheye's brilliance: an enormous field of view that takes in literally half of the world around you & compacts it into anice & tight circular image. Barrel distortions twist & bend your subjects around the edges, stretch them towards & away from your lens, & converge their lines towards the center

xtreme close-up potential
Not an exercise for the timid, the Fisheye lavishly rewards those who bravely advance within a whisper of their subject. Get right up to their face, and watch their nose get sucked into your lens while their ears & forehead s-l-i-d-e-s backwards

Huge depth of field
Each fisheye image shows massive depth of field, so your subject & background will be nice & crispy clear

Premium glass optics
Sitting inside that massive snout are several of the loveliest optical-glass lens elements you have ever seen.

Lomography Features

  • Format: all 35mm (color negative, slide, b&w)
  • Field of Vision: 170 degrees
  • Approximate focal length: 10mm
  • Fixed aperture: f/8
  • Shutter speeds: 1/100, B
  • Flashes: Standard hotshoe & built-in flash (powered by one AA battery)
  • Multiple Exposure switch for unlimited shots on 1 frame
  • Film can be processed at any 35mm lab, supermarket, drug store, swapmeet, etc.

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3.5

(based on 11 reviews)

73%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Fun Camera

Don't expect Canon or Nikon quality but this thing is just fun. Just take it around with you and have some fun with it, you will be surprised at your images.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Disappointed

Took it to Africa thinking I might shoot something different from the 20,000 other pictures I have already taken there. This camera is not for anybody who has progressed beyond the disposable camera (and not the more sophisticated of those, either.) Difficult to load, poor quality lens quality, hideous view finder, disappointing photos. Save your money.

Reviewed by 11 customers

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Very nice camera

By

Like it for fun, very nice!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

inexpensive and fun photography

By

It is an inexpensive fisheye that is just fun to take anywhere and get some cool shots. The issue I had was getting the film in and out- it sounded like it was tearing the advancing slots, so I took it in and had the photo clerk take it out in the dark room. He said that was odd, but it must just do that- it is cheap. But the pics came out great- We will see how the next roll comes out!

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Disappointed

By

Took it to Africa thinking I might shoot something different from the 20,000 other pictures I have already taken there. This camera is not for anybody who has progressed beyond the disposable camera (and not the more sophisticated of those, either.) Difficult to load, poor quality lens quality, hideous view finder, disappointing photos. Save your money.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Fun Camera

By

Don't expect Canon or Nikon quality but this thing is just fun. Just take it around with you and have some fun with it, you will be surprised at your images.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

no product support from copany

By

i bought this camera and there is something wrong with the focal point of the lens(s), all pictures are blurry. [...]

 
2.0

Not up to the Holga.

By

All Lomo has to do is improve the stability of their rewind and forward dials at least to justify the price. I got 6 rolls before the rewind broke off. Fun to a point!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Swimming withe Fisheye 2

By

With this amazing camera you can capture images from a 170 degree field of view ( same as fisheye #1 ) but also you have the ability of long exposures and multiple exposures on one frame. As well as an external flash can be attached with the ability of using both external and internal flashes on a long exposure (on bulb setting you get one flash when the shutter open and another right before it closes) can let you capture some very interesting shots! I love my Crab

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Does what it says...

By

Really good for taking autophotos, easy to use and great field of view. The bad thing is that's the big lenses are right in the way of the flash. The camera seems to be very fragile, and it's difficult to open the film door.

 
5.0

DON'T JUDGE A CAMERA BY IT'S SIMPLE LOOK

By

OH WOW, it's just so much fun and i am now seeing the world in a different and amazing way....beautiful....highly recommended....

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

FUN

By

This is a very unique and fun camera to have in your inventory. Although it's not for everyone, this camera can be lots of fun when used correctly. It takes a little trial and error to get used to the perspective and compose your shots correctly, but once you get by that it's great to see what you can get with this camera. Loading, rewinding and unloading the film is a bit cumbersome due to the cameras small size (or my big fingers) but that is minor. Great value for the price.

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Jason G  My son tossed the manual and the box. Is there a trick to loading the film? I'm not getting it to advance.
DICK P  Hi, I found the easiest way to load is: before inserting the roll into the left hand side, pull out about 6" of film and hand feed it into the take-up spool while advancing the film with the serrated wheel you use to advance the film for the next photo. You will feel it grab after a little bit. Then insert the roll, making sure the teeth in the middle top of the camera are engaging the film by turning the film advance a little. Close it up and get weird with it!! Hope this helps
Jason G  My son tossed the manual and the box. Is there a trick to loading the film? I'm not getting it to advance.
DICK P  Hi, I found the easiest way to load is: before inserting the roll into the left hand side, pull out about 6" of film and hand feed it into the take-up spool while advancing the film with the serrated wheel you use to advance the film for the next photo. You will feel it grab after a little bit. Then insert the roll, making sure the teeth in the middle top of the camera are engaging the film by turning the film advance a little. Close it up and get weird with it!! Hope this helps
Shopper  How do you change the flash bulb or battery depending on whats wrong with it?
Andrew R  The battery door should be located on the bottom of the camera. Unfortunately the electronic flash is not user serviceable, replacement tubes are not available.
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