I’m looking to buy a LOMO spinner as it looks like a great gadget. The only think is, I can’t find any information on the best type of film to buy for it, and I’m not a camera buff by any means!
Obviously it will be a 35mm canister, but which CN / ISO rating would be best for a camera that’s spinning? The site lists films from CN 100 through to 800 and I have no idea what any of them mean!
I’m willing to have a go at trial-and-error with a couple of them … but doing them all would be pricey!
Many thanks in advance for your time and help!
Apologies, I knew I forgot something! Here’s a link to the LOMO spinner;
Thanks for your response BigAl, but I didn’t ask anything about the build quality or what you thought of the camera, only the best film to use in it.
I’ve already asked a couple of high street places if they can process from this camera and they’ve said they easily can. I don’t mind paying above the odds for the amazing and beautiful shots this camera is capable of taking … with the correct film! If it breaks after a short time, I’ll get a refund.
Look, it’s a heap of plastic juink selling at possibly 150 times it’s production cost and it doesn’t even tell you that getting the film Developed and Printed is going to cost around £15 per film because of the non-standard format. Your High Street processor can’t handle this format.
Even at their “reduced (snigger snigger)” price + 2 films + D&P would set you back around £115 for perhaps 20 pictures?
And that is if the camera keeps working for 2 entire films – doubtful.