Reviews and Problems with Lomography Fisheye 2 Camera
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Value for money 10
Ease of use 10
Ease of setup 8
Fisheye 2 is awesome
7 May 2013
Summary: Im an occasional photographer and this is my firs lomo-cam. When I used this rapidly become one of my favorites. The diverse functions of this camera are pretty useful: you can use it at nightime and daytime; double exposure provides you an ilimited random experiments and hours of fun! Plus, I love the design (it looks better than in the catalogue) and is pretty affordable due to the use of 35mm film.
Pros: Great value, quality materials, durable, easy to set up, aesthetic
Summary: Lomo is overpriced but they are the only one's who offer these cameras. That being said I really enjoy my Fisheye 2. My boyfriend has the 1 and I most definitely love mine more than his. The upgrades are fun.
Excerpt: This camera is an excellent buy as a present or for fun or for any occasion. It is quick and easy to setup and get going making memories from a fish's perspective. The quality of the camera is incredible for that of a film camera. It is a good device suitable for almost any age. The instructions are simple and effective and the camera itself is of very high quality in its production.
Pros: the flash is excellent and effective.
Cons: is not waterproof although its name does contain the word fish.
Summary: This little plastic camera is like a dream. The fisheye lens can put a spin on everyday objects such that even traffic signs look a little less ordinary. Its multi-exposure function allows you to superimpose images, drawing out creativity and delivering surprises. If you only want your pictures to record reality, get a digital. WYSIWYG. But if you want to go artistic, creative or even avant-garde , get the Fisheye 2.