The trouble with hobbies is, if they aren’t right for you in the first place, they get boring.

A friend of mine has quickly grown tired of his Lomography cameras and, knowing I have my own network of film-fanatics, has passed them on to me to sell for him. If I had the cash, I’d keep them, but my son’s birth looms large and I have to concentrate on buying baby stuff.

Up first is a Colorsplash camera. This cute little number has a colorsplash flash built in, for crazy color effects. It comes with a strap and two cases, but one case seems to have a snap about to break – nothing a little sewing can’t fix, plus the manuals and pamphlets.

Crazy lighting effects with the Colorsplash Camera.

Next is a Lomography Actionsampler Flash. Like the Actionsampler, this camera shoots four quarter-frames in sequence. Big difference is it also has a four bulb sequential flash, for really crisp action sequences (hence the name). Comes with manuals and pamphlets as well. Slight scratching on a rear panel.

In shiny gunmetal chrome.

Third is one of mine, just languishing on my shelf (how many cameras do I have now? a lot!). One of my thrift shop finds. The meter still works but the flash won’t fire. Selling this cheap.

Konica C35 EF: Old School Instamatic

That’s three for now. Drop me a PM if you’re interested. Remember, this is only for Philippine residents to keep logistics simple.

Cheerios.

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