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Take beautiful wide angle pictures on this Sardine can Lomo

Russian-made cult camera brand Lomo have just released its latest model – and it's a tiddler. La Sardina is a tiny point-and-shoot with a special casing modelled on a tin of sardines. Essentially, it's a pocket-sized analogue camera (it takes normal 35mm film) with a Lomo's usual wide-angle lens that makes for prints with deep colours and wonderfully wobbly distortions – no fish included. Pick from the El Capitán, Fischer’s Fritze, Sea Pride and Marathon, throw out your digital camera, and get shooting. You can still buy film, right?

La Sardina, $65 (+ postage) from Lomography Australia

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