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Lomography Fisheye 2 Camera White Knight

by Lomography
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  • Wide-Eyed Perspective:The 170-degree wide-angle lens of the Fisheye No. 2 guarantees to capture everything around you and delivers stunning fisheye distortion.
  • Multiple and Long Exposure Capabilities:Easily take multiple and long exposures using the uncoupled shutter advance and 'Bulb' setting.
  • Flash Flexibility:Use the built-in electronic flash or attach another flash to the hotshoe-the choice is yours! Built-in flash requires one AA battery, not included in the package.
  • True Fisheye View:Slide the fisheye viewfinder into the hotshoe and see the world in crazy circles
  • Uses Convenient 35mm Film:The Fisheye No. 2 uses all kinds of 35mm film which is easy to buy and develop

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Lomography Fisheye 2 Camera White Knight + Fuji Superia X-TRA 400-36 Film (Colour) 3 Pack + Fuji Superia 200asa 35mm - 24 exp 3 for 2
Price For All Three: 84.71

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 6 x 6 cm ; 481 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 907 g
  • Batteries 1 AA batteries required.
  • Item model number: fcp200w2
  • ASIN: B001GMMDNS
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 14 July 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 61,998 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

White Knight Edition - The lomo Fisheye 2 is the worlds first fish eye macro camera with a new Japenese patent fish-eye plastic lens and many other upgrades over the first version. With a wide angle of 170 (!), it has a field of vision comparable to the human eye and allows for unique snapshots. As usual the Lomo is the ultimate "shoot from the hip" camera and you need not use the sight, it's perfect for random quick-fire pics. The Lomo Fisheye 2 produces contrast-rich photos with excellent, depth of focus and has a built in electro flash that spews light into the darkness.
 
Features:
- New Japanese Patent Fisheye Plastic Lens
- Long exposure ("B function")
- Double exposure function
- Attachable view finder
- Additional flash hotshoe
- 170-degree view
- Built-in optional electronic flash
- High-value appearance

Product Description

The Lomography Fisheye 2 White Knight is an elegant camera equipped with a built-in electronic flash and a 170-degree wide-angle lens that provides amazing fisheye distortion. The camera also incorporates a fixed aperture, a hot shoe and a Bulb setting that enables you to hold the shutter open for as long as you want to. It is fitted with a direct optical viewfinder and a fisheye viewfinder that ensures a unique circular vision. This stylish white camera can be loaded with any kind of 35mm film.


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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Love it 17 April 2010
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I have a DSLR which I use most of the time, but sometimes the choice of all the settings can be overwhelming and you spend too much time trying to get the perfect shot. I've always liked the fisheye effect but to get a fisheye lens for my DSLR would cost too much money, so I bought one of these instead to have some fun with.

The viewfinder gives you a good idea of what the lens will capture but it can also be removed to be replaced with a flash. There is also an inbuilt flash which requires a battery but it's pretty strong.

The image quality is good, it takes a bit of getting used to but that's part of the fun. There are 3 settings to choose and you're also able to take multiple exposures for interesting effects.

I bought the white version as every camera I've owned to date has been black and it just looks a bit different. You also get a poster in the box and a really cool photobook with some inspiring pictures to motivate you to get out and shoot.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Experimental 2 Aug 2010
This camera takes you right back to basics. After using a digital camera most of my life, I makes a change to be experimental. The film can cost you, especially as you don't know what your photos are going to come out like. It's all part of the fun and you learn from your mistakes. I've had mine for 8 months and have had some great pictures with it, still going strong.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Decent camera - not so good customer service 4 Feb 2012
Faulty item was sent (flash did not work). Various emails sent to seller but it looked as if two different people were replying to me. One said they wouldn't refund, the other said to send it back.

Sent item back and waited a few weeks - contacted again and camera seemed to have been lost in the post. Contacted again and eventually received a new camera a few weeks later. Albeit without the film which was in the one we returned - also without the batteries.

The camera itself is fairly good, probably slightly overpriced. Took a fair few shots with it, waiting to see the results...
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Amazon.com: 4.1 out of 5 stars  7 reviews
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fisheye Love. 1 July 2010
By Sarah - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought the White Knight fisheye in early May but waited to review until I had developed several rolls of film and worked out some of the little kinks. It made it from Ohio to Rome and back again with no issues and a lot of spectacular pictures!

First off- I love the White Knight edition. It's sleek and modern, as well as being a compromise for my boyfriend. (I wanted to buy the pink, but as he frequently uses my cameras I thought it would be nice for him not to have to use such an obvious "girl" camera. <3) It has a little crab on the top of the camera, and as a Cancer I found this particularly charming. The body is white plastic, with metal hardware accents. Keep in mind that this is a "toy" camera, and you can't go beating it about and expect it to work well! I can toss it into my bag and take it along, but I'm sure to not drop it or let it get overly jostled. Another little thing was that the included rubber lens cap keeps falling off. It's kind of annoying, but not such a downside as to keep me from buying another if this one ever breaks.

As for the actual features on the camera they were super fun to work with. It has a shutter lock which keeps you from taking photos of the inside of your bag. It has a "B" setting, which basically keeps your shutter open for however long you keep it pressed down. This is fun to do at night with city lights. Keeping it still is very important to coming out with a great clear picture, but then again moving about can give you an interesting one with tons of blurs and light trails.

It also has a very easy to use double exposure setting. Basically take a picture, don't wind your reel, flip the little switch on the back and take another picture. It's that easy and makes for some interesting pictures. It has an enclosed flash, which sounded like a jet engine being started up, but worked well. Leaves nice light on glass surfaces. There is also an option for a hotshoe flash, but it's not really necessary for day to day use. I used a 400 speed film for my first roll and this took excellent photos in most lighting. With the first roll you'll learn a lot about how to get the most dramatic pictures. Hint- Get closer, and having straight things like buildings or wall edges in the background make for even more fun. I would 100% recommend this to anyone looking for a fun camera that gives great results.

ALSO- Be sure to mention to your film processing place that this is a fisheye camera and that there will be double exposures, light trails, etc. I mentioned this to the guy at the processing place and he looked at me like I'd grown a third arm. He did develop the double exposures correctly but managed to cut the edges off of my photos, resulting in not the 360 circle of photo, but close with the top and bottom edges cut off. . .
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fun little Toy Camera, Definitely Better than Lomo Fisheye 1 19 Aug 2009
By FruitFly - Published on Amazon.com
I love this little camera and particularly enjoy taking it out on sunny days.

Make sure you buy the Lomo Fisheye 2, NOT the fisheye 1, for these reasons:

- Fisheye 2 has a viewfinder (detachable, fits into the hot shoe), Fishy1 doesn't! Without a viewfinder, the oddball fisheye effect is terribly hard to predict. This is especially important for placing the horizon where you want it!

- Fisheye2 has a built-in flash AND a hot shoe that takes any big flash! Fishy1 has no flash. This matters because the camera has a set exposure f11 ish at 1/100 sec, only really useful in bright bright sun! Even with the built-in flash *and* a big hot shoe flash (with or without diffuser), indoor shots are terribly underexposed!

- Fisheye2 has not just a viewfinder that's easy to lose, but a lens cap. it's also very easy to lose! the lens cap is rubber that fits over/around the lens's opening. it's attached to a rubber wrist strap. The two are attached to the camera in a fragile way - tiny metal ring - and fall off easily. Good suggestion: get a lens cap leash from a camera store to keep the viewfinder tethered to the camera's little ring or you'll lose it pronto. might have to get creative with the metalwork to keep the cap/wrist strap attached as well.

Fisheye 2 takes 35mm film, which is awesome. Many lomo cameras only take 120 or other odd films. Film is pricy enough, might as well use a common type!

Excellent toy, fun way to use up leftover film. Very fun with funky old film. Good to use old slide film and cross-process it at local C41 photo lab if they'll let you - funky yellow and blue effects if you use the right film and the right process! careful, it might mess up lab's chemistry if you use wrong combination.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic 9 Aug 2010
By Cari P. - Published on Amazon.com
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I ordered the Lomo Fisheye 2 White knight edition and I am in love with it. The shipping was quick and the package in perfect condition. The camera takes wonderful pictures and I get complimented on the camera quite often. I will definitely order from them again, soon.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fun! 8 Aug 2010
By Marcia - Published on Amazon.com
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I love this little camera. It's very fun and easy to use. The pictures give you that warm retro feeling with a super awesome twist. The controls are easy. It's definitely worth buying.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars fish eye camera 9 Jan 2012
By Joyce - Published on Amazon.com
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I got this camera for my Grand daughter who is 14 as a gift and she really loves it. Her sister who is 19 had one and loved to take artsy pictures with it.
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