La Sardina Camera & Flash DIY
La Sardina Camera & Flash DIY
- Customize the La Sardina DIY with your own creative design or La Sardina Dresses
- Rewind dial to mix and match frames with ease
- Bulb mode for evening exposure experimentation
- Wide-angle lens perfect for landscapes, cityscapes or even detailed selfies
- Multiple exposure switch to take as many exposures as your heart desires
Unique chemical formulas set our LomoChrome color negative films apart. Psychedelic Purple crafts a heady blend of earthy reds, crisp plums and velvety violet hues.
Wondrous wide-angle lens for awesome landscapes, cityscapes or even squeezing into selfies with all your friends.
The camera is light, simple to load and has a handy MX button […] Once you start experimenting with layering photos you’ll not want to stop.
— Analogue Wonderland
Serve up a mixed platter of shots using the rewind dial for ultimate creative possibility.
Convenient analogue experimentation with 35 mm film compatibility. Check out our full, unique film range.
Zone focusing so you can see those ships sailing in the distance or capture your catch of the day right up close.
Get as close as possible with a closest focusing distance of just 0.6 m!
Shoot all day and into the night with the ‘bulb’ mode for long exposures.
Mount your Sardina on a tripod with the handy tripod mount for when the waves get too rough.
Unique Fritz The Blitz flash attachment – Lomography’s most powerful flash so you can capture the action above and below deck.
For those who want to try out 35 mm film without overcomplicating things too much, Lomography’s La Sardina camera is a solid choice […] The useful wind dial also makes it easy to experiment with multiple exposures, so you really have the capacity to get creative
— Digital Camera World
Lightweight and portable so you can stow away and cast off to sea to capture the world in style!
If you’re new to the analogue world and want to learn more about film formats, get clued up on film-photography lingo and more, then download our Quick Guide to Analogue Photography and you’ll be an expert in no time!
It’s your turn to become a camera-designer extraordinaire! The La Sardina and Flash DIY Edition is ready for you to make your mark before you even start to shoot! Write inspiring words, draw something crazy, paint a magnificent masterpiece, glue on something cool or add one of the readymade La Sardina Dresses! Whatever you decide to do, let your imagination run free with this 35 mm wide-angle wonder. With a Fritz the Blitz 2.0 Flash and lots of experimental features such as a multiple exposure switch and a rewind dial, this La Sardina is sure to shine!
Cast off on your next photographic voyage with the La Sardina Camera & Flash. Feel the wind in your hair and the salt on your lips as you shoot with wide-angle wonder, mesmerizing multiple exposures and mix ‘n’ match your snaps with the rewind dial. Shooting on 35 mm film, this sardine can snapper is the best way to travel and capture the seven seas in style, with a Fritz the Blitz flash to light up your shots!
Analogue History in a Sardine Can
The Lomography La Sardina Camera hails back to the Kandor Candid camera, designed by the Irwin Corporation way back in the 1930s! The Kandor was part of a family of novelty cameras that channeled the sleek and classic design of the humble sardine can – only with a camera stuffed inside it! Using 127 format film – a very popular choice in the 1950s – these cameras were sold at drug stores and dime stores. Fast forward to today and in your hands is an exciting and innovative distant relation to this analogue relic. We have packed in a whole boatload of Lomographic madness inside, so this one’s built for some serious experimental fun.
- La Sardina Camera & Flash DIY
- Fritz the Blitz Flash