Lomo kino farmer trial

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So I bought a lomokino new for under 80 dollars.

I took the plastic winding lever off and super glued a 1/4 " nut on the handle stem (check youtube for a how-to video ) . I then used a cordless screwdriver with a 1/4 " socket attached to drive the motor at 200 rpm.

I made a short film (1:30 ) for a lomokino competition.
I gathered a crew for the film.
this 9 seconds represents approx. 18" of film,or a 24 exposure roll.
I saved each picture in Windows movie maker (an older edition) at .250 of a second each.
You could also go to .375 seconds for a smooth look.

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  1. Blia100 37 months ago | reply

    Too bad you didn't have 300' of Polypan to play with instead!.. Why, I think you could get about 20 minutes of movie then! :)

    Nice job

    nevermind, I re-read the comment leading up to here...
    1000' is a bit more :) should give you 60 minutes of play time!

  2. dave-sage 37 months ago | reply

    Windows movie maker. Simple enough thing I have to admit, and reasonably functional.
    Hard to believe about anything Windoze put out. 8<0

  3. Sadie Currie 37 months ago | reply

    Sweet song choice! This is great too.

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