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Fragment 8 Retro Camera

Fragment 8 Retro Camera aims to relive super 8 cameras, it does so by recreating the unique style, with its square plastic casing, aluminum for the more intense used parts and leather for the straps, the whole combo exudes quality and adds a cool vintage feel. It also has some buttons and handles that mimic the retro machines and even the shutter sound makes you remember those old-school 8mm cameras. You may choose from three different lenses, a kaleidoscope six, a star filter one or a radial filter lens. Each footage you make has a 2 minute time limit and can be recorded in MP4 or GIF. Ideal for those who love going social or reliving the retro photography vibe. watch the video below



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