The Spinner 360 is another novelty camera from Lomography. It uses 35mm film and takes 360 degree panoramic photos. I loaded mine with Portra 400 and took it on a trip to the White Mountains.
Shooting is incredibly easy. A switch on the side of the lens selects between two apertures. A pull of the ripcord causes the camera to spin about its axis in slightly more than one full circle. 6-8 exposures fit on one 36 exposure roll of film. Mine came with a manual explaining how to create multiple different effects, but I haven't experimented with it that much.
The Cannon Mountain summit and tram made great subjects for the Spinner, but the wide images don't fit very well on the blog. Click them to see the full-size versions at Flickr.
2 thoughts on “Week 29 – Lomography Spinner 360”
That is awesome. Is that the top of Cannon?
Yes it is. Franconia Notch is one of my favorite places in the world.
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