Whether it’s a large scratch in the wooden family dinner table or a handmade card, there is an innate charm that comes along with imperfection. As digital takes a strong grasp on the technological world, the nostalgia for a slightly blemished photo or flickering black-and-white movie begins to manifest. Allowing film buffs to try their hand at creating an analogue movie on 35 mm film is the LomoKino. The movie camera can shoot movies of up to 144 frames and a manual crank allows the film director to dictate the speed of the film. The maximum frame rate is between three and five frames per second and different flashes can be attached to the hot-shoe mount on top of the camera.