La LomoKino

La Cámara Cinematográfica de Lomography. Graba películas de 144 fotogramas en cualquier película de 35mm.

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How Does the LomoKino Work?

It shoots 4 frames per single frame of 35 mm film. Movies are made at a measurement of frames per second. So, being able to shoot multiple frames on a single frame of 35 mm lets the the movie play at the correct pace. The LomoKinos run at 4 frames per second. And you can wind the reel to shoot up to 144 frames on any standard 35 mm film to make movie magic!

How to Make the Most out of Your LomoKino:

The LomoKino makes movies anywhere from 5–30 seconds. You can create as many short films as you want on one roll of 35mm! You can even use it to take quick action shots like mid-air leaps, without having to make your subject jump in the air 12 times to get the perfect shot. Since you have more frames per shot, and a faster speed than a regular still camera, you can capture more of those high-energy shots that you may have not been able to achieve before — even with the fastest shutter speed.

Una Breve Historia de Cinematografía en 35mm

En 1892, los legendarios inventores Thomas Edison y William Kennedy Dickson usaron la película de 35mm por primera vez y la adaptaron para grabar películas con sus cámaras cinematográficas analógicas. Al cabo de los años, aparecieron y desaparecieron todo tipo de formatos, pero fue la de 35mm que desafió el tiempo y se convirtió en el formato estándar de películas para grabar imágenes en movimiento.

It was only later that people began to experiment with using this 35mm movie film in still photography cameras. It was the German optical engineer, Oskar Barnack, who would eventually be credited with popularizing the format for still photography when he invented the first of legendary Leica 35mm cameras. 35mm film continues to be the standard format of film for still photography to this day; it’s now used and loved by Lomographers across the world as the medium for their creative and experimental snap-shooting.

The LomoKino has brought this history of 35mm film around full circle. When you load a fresh roll of film into your LomoKino, you are once again unlocking the moviemaking potential of the humble roll of 35mm film! Oh and for those of you who aren’t aware, the word ‘Kino’ is German for Cinema — speaking of which, why don’t we check out some LomoKino movies in the Screening Room!

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Let's head behind the scenes and take a look at all the features that make the LomoKino tick!

  • Tipo de película - 35mm
  • Area de Exposición - 24mm x 8.5mm
  • Fotogramas por rollo (36 exp.) - 144 fotogramas
  • Índice de fotogramas - Aproximadamente 3-5 fotogramas por segundo
  • Taking Lens - 25mm
  • Punto de vista - 54 grados
  • Apertura - f&5.6, f/8, f/11 (apertura continua)
  • Velocidad de obturación - 1/100
  • Avance de película - Manual
  • Contador de Película - Pantalla de Volumen
  • Enfoque - (Normal) 1m~infinito, (Apretar botón para) 0.6m close up
  • Visor - Visor Galileo-inverso plegable
  • Sincronicación de Flash - x-sync (zapata)
  • Montura Trípode - tornilla trípode Estándar 1/4''
  • Usa cualquier tipo de película de 35mm

    Load the LomoKino with any kind of 35mm film that takes your fancy – Color Negative, Slide, Black and White; the choice is yours

  • Controla tu progreso de película

    Use the handy volume display on the LomoKino to see how much film you have left on the roll – When the red flag on top of the camera pops up, the show’s over folks

  • Enfoque Rápido

    Shooting a subject over 1m away? You don’t have to do a thing to focus. Want to shoot closer than 1m? Just hold down the close-up button on the front of the camera and you can focus up to 0.6m

  • Coge un Trípode

    Want to look like a true analogue Director when shooting your LomoKino movies? Attach the camera to a tripod and get ready for some steady Lomographic movie action

  • Controles de Aperturas Fáciles

    The LomoKino has continuous aperture settings from f/5.6 to f/11 – There is no step between each aperture, so you can effortlessly adjust the aperture setting at any time during shooting

  • Mira a través del visor (si quieres)

    Use the LomoKino viewfinder to get an idea of what you are shooting – Or just ignore it and shoot from the hip

  • Captura Simple

    Shooting a movie with the LomoKino is easy – After you’ve loaded your film, just rotate the advancing crank to start making your movie – Rotate the crank slowly for a low frame rate or fast for a higher frame rate – With the LomoKino you can shoot up to 3-5 frames per second at full speed!

  • Ilumina tu película

    Usa la montura zapata en la parte de arriba de la LomoKino para juntarla con tus flashes de Lomography favoritos.