It’s nice to know our passions can sometimes mean good news for people halfway around the world. Each purchase of these new cameras on Poketo means a donation of EUR 20.000 to the Red Cross Relief Japan.
This mini-Diana F+ is rightly called Jiyu (meaning Freedom). A light floral design and clean color palette lends this analog camera a delicate charm while letting your creative juices loose with dreamy or softly focused photos. Shoot using easily found 35mm film to produce either square or half-frame snaps. You can even shoot in multiple or long exposure.
See the world a different way with the Shiawase, Fisheye No. 2 camera. In Japanese, Shiawase means the spreading of happiness. Share this inspiring sentiment with this camera’s 170-degree radius shots. Your photographs turn into nicely rounded shots within each 35mm print. Shoot in multiple or long exposure for an extra helping of ebullience.
Additional photography from: the lomographer