About a year ago, I bought a Lomo Fisheye camera from Urban Outfitters for $50. I was really excited about the camera- it takes pictures with a 180 degree angle, resulting in cool circular images with a lot of detail. Unfortunately, that camera was a piece of crap. I don't know if the one I bought just had a problem with it, or if all of the Fisheyes were that bad. Anyway, I was recently surfing the web and found that Lomography had recently released a new version of this camera- Fisheye No. 2. For $20 more than the original, this new & improved version included a few new features such as a legitimate fisheye viewfinder (the viewing slot on the other camera was regular, so you couldn't see how the image would look with the 180 angle), a setting for multiple exposure, and an internal flash. Not only had the features of this camera been greatly improved, but the overall construction is a lot nicer & a lot more durable. The camera takes 35mm film that can be developed anywhere. I would highly recommend this camera to anyone who wants to spice up their picture-taking with fun effects.