Fisheye Baby 110 Bauhaus edition

July 26, 2012 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Film | 2 Comments |
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Lomography has just unveiled the Fisheye Baby 110 Bauhaus Edition. Like the regular Fisheye Baby 110, the Bauhaus Edition takes circular fisheye shots on 110 format film. “Red, yellow and blue – three simple colors which fit the Bauhaus Color Theory, decorate the very first tiny Fisheye Baby 110 color clone,” the company says. “These colors will boost any mood in seconds and will attract attention no matter where it is.” The Lomography Fisheye Baby 110 Bauhaus Edition is available now through the Lomography Online Shop for €45.

Lomography Press Release

THE FISHEYE BABY 110 BAUHAUS

BAUHAUS, BABY!
The Fisheye Baby 110 Bauhaus Edition produces stunning circular pictures on 110 film while being the cutest camera around to cherish one of the most important art movements of the 20th century. Red, yellow and blue – three simple colors which fit the Bauhaus Color Theory, decorate the very first tiny Fisheye Baby 110 color clone. These colors will boost any mood in seconds and will attract attention no matter where it is.
 
FLASH AWAY
For this little Bauhaus gem, to capture pictures as colorful as its outside shell, it just needs to be loaded with Lomography Tiger film. Light painting, double exposures or flashy flash action are also all possible with the Fisheye Baby 110 Bauhaus Edition - it comes equipped with a PC-socket to which any flash can be attached.

WELCOME TO 110
The incredible B/W film Orca was just the beginning of a totally new film and product range by Lomography. Followed by the Fisheye Baby 110 cameras and Tiger Film, the Fisheye Baby 110 Bauhaus is the next step in Lomography’s mission to bring back more variety to analogue photography.

THE FUTURE IS ANALOGUE!



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#1 Andrew cresswell

What a fantastic little camera, why have I not heard of it before? Ordering one now, thanks for the heads up :)

7:59 am - Friday, July 27, 2012

#2 Roman (canon user)

Wow! It's so small and so cheap. And as I ca get it has a real fisheye lens?!

7:43 am - Wednesday, October 17, 2012