Lomography cameras come in many shapes and sizes. Some are specially built to give interesting effects. Read on to see what these babies can do!
Action Sampler cameras have four lenses, and take a series of sequential shots:
Fisheye cameras have a special convex lens that resembles looking through a fish's eye:
Pinhole cameras don't have a lens at all. They let light in through a tiny hole, which strikes the film directly:
Some cameras allow the film to be wound backward to create two exposures on one frame. This is called a double exposure:
Another fun camera to try is a Spinner360. Pull the cord, and the lens spins completely around, making an interesting panoramic shot: