I acquired the Lomography Fisheye 2 a coupe of years ago when a colleague came to my cubicle (unfortunately, in real life I am a cubicle-dwelling software developer) and said “Aren’t you the camera guy?”, I said, “maybe”, and she gave me the camera and a bag of expired lomography 400 colour film, and walked away. The bright pink casing isn’t my style, but the price was right.
Lomography Point & Shoot
The Sprocket Rocket is a plastic, panoramic 35mm camera that offers a 1:3 aspect ratio. The lens is a 30mm with f/10.8 and f/16 settings, and a fixed mechanical shutter with a speed of 1/100, or a bulb setting which I have never used. That would involve bringing a tripod which doesn’t suit my style.