Having already conquered hipsters of all kinds with its plastic "toy" cameras like the Sprocket Rocket (exactly one year ago!), Lomography's ready for the next level of retro: 35mm movies. And it starts with the LomoKino camera.
Shooting digital is for suckers (like George Lucas) and any film buff knows that physical film is where all the kids with the pumped up kicks play at. Lomography says the LomoKino can take any kind of 35mm film — color negative, slide, black and white, etc.
It has "fast-focusing," an aperture of f/5.6 to f/11, rotating film crank, an indicator to show when the film's all filmed out, a hotshoe mount for lighting accessories, tripod support and get this, a viewfinder that Lomogoraphy recommends just you just "ignore and shoot from the hip." Now we're talking!
I think my inner camera geekiness is tingling again. 'Tis the season to be hipster indeed!