I picked this up for a buck at an antique store on the way to the coast. After looking at the small (and frankly overpriced) collection of cameras that he had. I found this in a pile of toys. All I know about it is what I already knew of this style of cameras. They were popular in Japan post war, use 127 film and shoot a 2.5x4 with 16 shots per roll. The shutter was actually broken when purchased but luckily it is so simple I was able to clean it up and get it working again! Now all I need is some film and I’ll shoot with it.
Found this on another blog. It goes in depth talking about the different types of toy camera’s and the effects they can produce. As well as replicating them digitally with various photoshop tutorials. Not to mention a very extensive gallery of Lomo images. Check it out by clicking the title above!