Whether you’re planning on shooting an epic masterpiece or a lazy day at the beach, being prepared will ensure a smooth and seamless film-making experience. Start preparing now with these helpful tips!

1. CHOOSE YOUR FILM

When choosing the film you’re using for the LomoKino, bear in mind the lighting conditions you plan to shoot in. Whichever film you use choose, also remember to set your aperture depending on the conditions, too.

OUTDOORS:Use 100-400 ISO film
INDOORS:Use high-sensitivity film like 800, 1600 or 3200 ISO

2. LOADING FILM, FOCUSING, AND SHOOTING WITH THE LOMOKINO

Get acquainted with the LomoKino — learn the ins and outs and get a feel for its mojo. Then when the big day comes, you’ll absolutely get the film in the can!

3. PICK YOUR ACCESSORIES

Whether you watch your movies through the LomoKinoScope or record your films together with the LomoKino Smart Phone Holder, the LomoKino accessories open up all kinds of possibilities.

  • The LomoKino Handgrip

    Attach this custom made handgrip to your LomoKino and make shooting your analogue movies steady and smooth!
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  • Fritz the Blitz 2.0

    Ready for the next wave of extreme analogue movie making? Lomography’s Fritz the Blitz 2.0 has an additional setting for shooting with the LomoKino!
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  • Lomography Smartphone Film Scanner

    Searching for the fastest and most convenient way to scan and animate those LomoKino movies?
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  • The LomoKino Smart Phone Holder

    With the LomoKino Smart Phone Holder, you can easily digitalize your LomoKino movies directly from the LomoKinoScope.
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  • The LomoKinoScope

    Available in the LomoKino & LomoKinoScope Package, the LomoKinoScope viewer allows you to watch your developed LomoKino movies in the most analogue way possible.
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