I've had the Lomography Fish eye 2 camera for about a year and a half now. I've already featured some shots I took with it here and here but thought I'd talk abit about the actual camera. It shoots 35mm film and has a 170 degree view. I used to have the original fish eye which I used all the time until the flash finally blew. I never got round to fixing it so when it came time for a new one I decided to upgrade to the newest version.
- Multiple exposure setting..you can take as many shots on one frame of film as you want
- Bulb setting which allows you to hold the shutter open for long exposures
- Along with the built in flash you can also attach a second flash to the hotshoe. I have attached my Holga hotshoe flash before
- It also includes a fisheye viewfinder to help with your composure. With the old one I'd just point and shoot and hope for the best.
Hopefully the blurry blip was just a one off as I'd love to experiment with this camera more, especially using the long exposures which I haven't really taken advantage off much.
Do you own a fisheye? What do you think of it?