Question about Lomo Action Sampler 35mm Point and Shoot Camera
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Image Problems
the film is pulled by gears as u click and wind..one gear tooth broke inside camera body causes weird things like u said and then catches to move around to get the clich again. dont know if gear is plastic or metal I read on internet some metal gear replacements....try looking there. really not sure but i think im in the ball park. CrazyLarry
Posted on Jun 27, 2007
SOURCE: How do I get my
Turn the thumb wheel located behind the shutter release button until it stops at the next frame.
Note that on your model the MX button (Multiple eXposure) to the left of the thumb wheel often gets stuck and prevents the film from advancing. The button should be firmly to the right when not in use. If the MX system is broken there's nothing you can do as the parts cannot be repaired or replaced. All LOMO and Holga models are extremely cheaply made plastic "toy"cameras and are not designed to last. Most have a maximum design lifespan of ten to twelve rolls of film, the FishEye model is designed to last just half that. It's only in Western countries that these models sell for ridiculously high prices, as an example my Lomo FishEye cost me 48 Hong Kong Dollars (that's just under GBP£4 or just over US$6). Back home in the UK they sell for ten times more.
The above explanation is not meant to be disparaging about your camera, but is just to illustrate that these cameras are really built from the start as disposable cameras which have the added bonus of being reusable a few times so cannot usually be repaired when broken.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
SOURCE: hi, well firstly, my pictures
I have the same issue with the borders being black , i think its because the 24/24 setting ie square shot is selected and the developers print on rectangular paper ,I may be wrong. On the bluring have you changed the focus on the front or have you got it set on B as both may have this effect . hope it helps
Posted on Jun 17, 2011
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