Lomography Action Sampler | Review

Back in 2010 I ventured to Bestival a four-day music festival held at the Robin Hill country park on the Isle of Wight, England. A week before the festival I purchased my first Lomography camera, the Action Sampler.


Its a lovely little 35mm camera that captures four separate images which are taken within milliseconds of each other. As a result you are given a short burst of life in four stills within one singular frame.


Its a cheap camera that holds a big punch and I fell in love with it straight away. I feel it captured the mentality and the volume of insanity at Bestival pretty well.


The best thing about this camera is that you have no control. You cannot focus, control the exposure or even attach an external flash. You are forced to sit back and simply enjoy the moment.


This camera has given me endless amounts of joy and every time I head off to a festival, go camping or travel abroad this camera always ends up joining me.


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