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Lomography's La Sardina 'Caviar' edition cameras

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Lomography, the "don't think, just shoot" marketer of low-fi cameras, has released a new set of special edition La Sardina cameras. The La Sardina series of cameras are, as the name suggests, shaped like sardine cans. The latest series is made from brass rather than the original plastic -- hence the more bling-y "Caviar." 

The metal La Sardina cameras are available in "Beluga" (pictured above) or "Czar" designs, feature a wide-angle 22mm f/1.8 fixed focal length lens and come with the "Fritz the Blitz" flash. 

The "Caviar" cameras also come with "The Caviar Diaries," written by Lomo community member Wil6ka, tracing his journey to different places where caviar is produced. 

Available at www.lomography.com, $179.


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