Lomography La Sardina 35mm Wide Angle Camera and Flash, Metal Edition, Beluga, Gold
What's Included With This Item:
- Lomography La Sardina 35mm Wide Angle Camera
- Fritz the Blitz Flash
- Lomography 1 Year Limited Warranty
The Lomography La Sardina 35mm Wide Angle Camera and Flash (Metal Edition, Beluga, Gold) is analogue luxury at its finest. This shiny brass version of your favorite 35mm wide-angle camera is definitely the finest catch of the season. Attached with its very own Fritz the Blitz, Lomography's most powerful flash, the La Sardina Beluga is great for day and night photography. It also has an MX switch and rewind dial for those looking to get experimental in style.
Golden and Regal:
This Metal Edition will glimmer and catch everyone's attention with its gold-and-red color motif.
The La Sardina Beluga comes in a fine wooden box, accompanied by The Caviar Diaries, a book written by Lomographer wil6ka. The Caviar Diaries features wil6ka's journey around Europe, to places where caviar is produced.
Fritz the Blitz Flash:
The La Sardina Splendour camera comes with Lomography's most powerful flash: Fritz the Blitz. With 3 distance settings and different color filters, you enjoy full control over your flash photography.
Mind-blowing Wide-Angle Lens:
With an 89deg. field of view wide-angle lens, the La Sardina loves to take in all the action.
Rewind Dial and MX Switch:
Multiple exposures have never been this easy.
With two simple settings to choose from, focusing with the La Sardina is a breeze even for beginners.
The La Sardina is perfect for long-exposure experimentation; just switch to Bulb setting and you can hold the shutter open for as long as you'd like.
Film Cartridge Window:
Just look through the window to remind yourself what film you're shooting.
Super Convenient 35mm:
Load the La Sardina with any kind of 35mm film you like - It's the kind of film you can pick up and develop in your local store.
|Cable Release Connection||No|
|Flash connection||Unique La Sardina Micro Contact|
|Frame Counter||Auto Frame Counter|
|View Finder||Direct optical viewfinder|