Posted in 35MM CAMERAS, TOY CAMERAS by Nicole Gelinas on March 8, 2012

These were taken on my first outing with my lomography Oktomat camera. This camera has eight separate lenses that fire in a set sequence using 35mm film. By having the eight lenses fire, you get eight little mini photos all in one frame! The camera itself is really simple to use, probably as easy as it gets. All you need to do is load the film and start shooting. There are no settings to worry about (although if you like settings, this camera shoots at a f/8 with a shutter speed of 1/100 sec). The viewfinder is a little flip-up window that really does not do much to help you see what the pictures will come out looking like. Once you get the roll developed, it is like what mamma said, “It’s like a box of chocolates, you never know what you gonna get.” Hah! Some of my images came out with quite a bit of red, but then other times everything was evenly exposed.


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  1. […] I said in the previous post, you never know what you are going to get with the Oktomat camera. Truth be told, I love […]

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