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Do you remember the disposable camera's? The ones you used to have fun with up till 7 years back? Usually we bought them to take pictures that were not very important. Or maybe because we did not have a fancy camera of ourselves. Then the digital revolution started and analogue pictures became scarce. Scarce enough to become hip again. Lomography (http://www.lomography.com/) recognized this trend and slyly plays into it by promoting analogue photography as a way of life. It created an online network for analogue photography lovers and produces cute plastic camera's which are easy in use and have a lot of fun extra's. I must admit that I was curious as well. Two of my housemates have Diana's and I was intrigued by the feel of 'real' photographs which are produced by such a small plastic camera. Then, a few weeks back, one of my partners told me about a disposable camera he just bought. It could be reused, he told me. That was when, completely in line with my anti-consumerism way of thinking, the Reusable Disposable Camera was born!

Each camera is loaded with a film which takes 27 pictures. Afterwards you can reload the camera with new 35mm cassettes over and over again. On the bottom the camera you can even put a new battery for the flashlight when this one runs out.
They measure 6cm x 11.5cm x 3cm (2.4" x 4.5" x 1.2") and come in many different colours!

So, are you looking for a more underground, economical and fun way to make vintage-looking pictures? This is the way to go!

For a manual on how to reload new films and batteries, see www.ROOMbyLenneke.nl/reusable-disposables/.

Reusable Disposable Camera - Underground Lomography


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: plastic, paper, glue, tape
  • Ships worldwide from The Netherlands
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