Inspired by old theater signage, these Personalized Cinema Signs will bring some nostalgia back into your life. Each frame is handmade to order and printed on heavyset matte paper. They even replicate those mismatched letters.
We love shooting movies, but we also snap some photos every now and then. The Diana Baby 110 Camera shoots film and comes with two interchangeable lenses. And because it’s smaller than the palm of your hand, this camera from Lomography is also ultra portable.
Slide projectors aren’t dead, even with Instagram. The Projecteo is a pint-sized projector that projects your slides of your Instragram photos that have been printed onto 35mm film and cut into wheels. When you want to see a new set, don’t worry about loading the next image, just load in a new slide. The whole thing is powered by a small, internal LED light.
Lomography just introduced their wonderful recreation of a Soviet-era camera, The Lubitel 166+. The camera shoots both 35mm or medium format film. Your stills set to be square, rectangular or even endless medium format panorama. And with two lenses, shutter speeds from 1/15 sec to 1/250 sec, and apertures from f/4.5 to f/22, it’s an analogue dream.
If you’ve ever developed 8mm film in the U.S., you’ve probably come across Burbank, CA’s Pro8mm, a company dedicated to the art of 8mm film. Pro8mm’s new Rhonda Cam is a completely restored version of the famed Canon 310 XL, a camera with a super fast f/1.0 3x zoom lens. It shoots at 18 fps in addition to having single shot capabilities. It comes in variety of, dare we say, adorable patterns as well.
The Ilott Vintage Rangefinder Camera collection brings back the analog world in a beautiful all-wood style. From Canon to Konica to Argus, each camera brings its own 35mm flare to the table. Top it all off with mahogany (above) or a different wooden finish and you’re set… now you just need the extra cash.
A while back we wrote about the LomoKino Super 35 camera that records your footage right onto 35mm cartridges. If you love the look of that, but wanted quicker results you can know get the LomoKino look recorded directly to your iPhone. Simply attach the Lomokino Super 35mm Movie Camera Phone Attachment to your LomoKino Scope and watch as that dreamy footage is captured by your phone.
It’s been a while since we posted something film-related, but the Lomo LC-A+ Silver Lake Camera definitely makes the cut. Limited to only 1000 units, the Silver Lake has a chrome body wrapped in real leather and also sports a Minitar 1 lens. Order before March 4th and you’ll get a whole bag of extras – including a canvas bag and 35mm Kodak film – for free. It’s just dreamy, isn’t it?