Lomography La Sardina

alaTest a collecté et analysé 15 avis de consommateurs et d'experts pour le produit Lomography La Sardina. La note moyenne du produit est 3.6 sur 5, tandis que les autres Appareils Photo Numériques Compacts ont une note moyenne de 4.3 sur 5. Les testeurs apprécient le flash. La portabilité impressionne, mais les auteurs d'avis sont moins positifs sur l'éblouissement.

utilisabilité, lentille, design, flash, portabilité

valeur, fiabilité, éblouissement

Après analyse des notes de consommateurs et d'experts, de l'âge du produit ainsi que d'autres facteurs, et comparé aux autres Appareils Photo Numériques Compacts, le Lomography La Sardina obtient un alaScore™ de 84/100 = Très Bien.

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Avis d'expert par : Jim Fisher (pcmag.com)

Lomography La Sardina Camera & Flash — Western Edition


The Lomography La Sardina is a fun 35mm toy camera with a wide 22mm perspective, but this special edition, while gorgeous, is way too expensive.

Wide-angle lens. Easy operation. Includes flash. Uses standard 35mm film.

Very expensive.

Août 2012

Avis d'expert par : Libby Plummer (pocket-lint.com)

Lomography La Sardina


When Lomography sent us a tin of sardines in the post with a message attached inviting us along to a sneak preview of its new camera, we were expecting some sort of waterproof model or perhaps even a fisheye snapper. The clue was in fact much more...

Quirky design, easy to use, wide-angle lens, variable flash

Glare on some photos, easy to knock flash switch

Overall, the Lomography La Sardina is a great little camera. You'll either love or hate the sardine tin design, but we're guessing that if vintage cameras are your thing then you won't be able to resist the kitsch element. The camera is neat and easy...

Août 2011

Avis d'expert par : Libby Plummer (pocket-lint.com)

Lomography La Sardina hands-on - Pocket-lint


The Lomography La Sardina is the latest camera to join the lineup from the analogue specialist, and is shaped like a sardine tin. Yes, a sardine tin. We

Juin 2011

Avis d'expert par : Amy Davies (techradar.com)

Lomography La Sardina review


Yes, this fish can really is a camera

Fun design ; Takes 35mm film ; Creative effects

Film is expensive ; Sometimes hard to tell if shutter has been released

Lomo's La Sardina is the newest camera in the analogue phenomenon's line-up. Boasting a compact size and a range of interesting designs, the La Sardina is, as the name pretty accurately suggests, shaped like a sardine can.

Sep. 2011

Avis d'expert par (photographymonthly.com)

Lomography releases 'La Sardina Splendour'


The wide angle La Sardina Splendour, which is wrapped in hammer finish metal, has been built to 'commemorate the early days of street photography' with its design based on the 1940s sardine can-esque Kandor Candid camera and comes equipped with...

The release will be celebrated by Lomography La Sardina Splendour launch parties in Gallery Stores worldwide on April 12 - where lomographers are required to don 1940s sailor outfits on and can experience a swinging night of retro glamour....

Avr. 2012

Avis d'expert par (photographymonthly.com)

Lomography launches western themed La Sardina cameras


The filigree and arrow patterned 'Belle Starr' and the 'Clever Coyote' which boasts a prairie and coyote engraving, feature ultra-wide-angle lenses and are to be loaded with 35 mm film.

The manufacturer labels the La Sardina range as easy to use and for capturing shots quickly.

Fév. 2012

Avis d'expert par : D-Photo (dphoto.co.nz)

Lomography La Sardina ‘Marathon’ Compact Film Camera – Review


La Sardina is the latest offering from the analogue acolytes of Lomography, a 35mm film camera with a super wide-angle lens and all the fine design trappings of a sardine can.

Unique design ; Simple and fun ; Wide-angle full-frame shots

Expensive for what it is ; No flash with this version ; Plastic isn’t trustworthy

Whether or not Lomography is for you will largely depend on your susceptibility to kitsch, but don’t dismiss these cool little cameras as mere gimmick, I suspect a return to analogue roots would be a reinvigorating change of pace for many. And if...

Nov. 2011

Avis d'expert par : Paul Burrows (avhub.com.au)

lomography la sardina review


A camera that looks like a sardine can? Now here’s an idea that only one company would possibly consider, but if you want something truly different…

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