What’s the best type of delivery to be bowled by the bowler if the oppnents need a 4 off the last ball?

If you were the captain of your team, what type of ball would you advice to your bowler.

….and yeah, who would that bowler be (some captains may prefer a spinner thats why)
good idea Monti, but the bowler has to be totally focussed in order to avoid that bouncer being called a “wide”

Chosen Answer:

A bouncer

In that kind of a situation,the batsmen expect the bowler to bowl a yorker or a low full toss so they are prepared to face that kind of a delivery.
If a bouncer is bowled,i think the probability of the batsman scoring a 4 will be low.

I also liked the answer by Gladiator,a slow off or leg cutter outside off stump would also be a good option.You have to bowl something which the batsman is not expecting.

Edit-
A wide ball will not hurt much.You still need 3 to win and the batsman will strill have to look for a boundary.
I can’t think of many batsmen who can execute a hook shot properly and that too under pressure and that too while thinking that the bowler would bowl a slow ball or a yorker.

Best film for LOMO spinner?

Hi there!

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;

http://uk.shop.lomography.com/spinner-360

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.

Chosen Answer:

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.