The Actionsampler Flashes' heart lies in its four-lens sequential face, a design miracle pioneered in our original Actionsampler camera. Advancing your film serves to cock an ingenious circular shutter. A quick touch of the shutter release sends this circle into motion, exposing a quarter frame of your image each 1/4 of a second. Original Actionsampler aficionados will note the increased lens quality, sharpness, and contrast of the new Actionsampler Flash. Shooting for maximum impact, the Actionsampler Flash is clad in a charcoal-grey, mirror-gloss finish. As if an insanely bright 4-step flas
h wasn't enough of a pleasant how-d'you-do, the camera's sleek skin works to additionally attract fond attention your way. With camera firmly in hand, you are poised to both be the life of the party and relentlessly photograph it. All 35mm films will work wonderfully with your Actionsampler Flash. For daytime shooting, 100 ASA color negative is a glowing choice. At night, step up to 800 ASA for better light sensitivity. Try cross processing a slide film roll for other-worldly, yellow-submarine color effects. Load a high-speed black and white film for a high-grain, high-drama film noir shoot.
Review by LornaYou liked the Action Sampler? This is EVEN BETTER!
- The standard ActionSampler camera is great fun to use, but this (advanced) version is Even Better, simply because it has a flash, enabling it to be used indoors or in low light conditions, meaning it can be used so much more! Read More (Posted on 14/11/2011)
Review by SimonActionSampler Flash
- Like many cameras in the Lomography range the ActionSampler Flash is a genuinely imaginative bit of kit. Although double the price of the standard ActionSampler the integrated (and optional) quad-flash system adds a huge amount of versatility to an already ingenious bit of kit. The only slight criticism (more of an observation really) is that the shutter release button is quite sensitive and will fire if the camera is left primed in a bag or pocket, even inside a case. To avoid this I just advance the film prior to every shot - easy peasy.Read More (Posted on 14/11/2011)
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