Lomography makes weird cameras that take weird pictures on purpose. The company is famous for their work at rebuilding old fixed-focus camera styles that produced photographs that were a cross between a Soviet-era crime scene snapshot and Henri Cartier-Bresson’s street photography.
Now the New York-based company is looking to launch its very new creation-Lomo’Instant. It is a globally active organization that is dedicated to experimental and creative photography and has now launched a crowdfunding campaign for its first instant camera, the Lomo’Instant. The Lomo’Instant looks like no other instant camera. It is a camera that uses special lenses and Fujifilm Instax Mini Film to take cool instant photos. It comes in multiple colors and styles and multiple features such as attachable lenses, unlimited multiple exposures, long exposure photos, and more.
The instant camera comes with a built-in wide angle lens, additional fisheye and portrait lens attachments. It comes with three shooting modes. Users can take photos with the auto-flash on or use manual shooting modes with the flash on or off. The unusual camera has unlimited multiple exposures and also allowing users to combine several shots on a single frame. Additionally, the camera is also capable of infinite long exposures, letting people channel their artistic and creative side and experiment with low light, dawn or dusk and nighttime photos. The Lomo’Instant comes with different color gels and lets users change up their images with a little color.
The Lomo’Instant Camera is available in four different designs – the White Edition, Black Edition, Sanremo Edition, and the Kickstarter Special Edition.
The early bird model costs $69 for a black or white model with wide angle lens. A pledge of $160 gets you the camera in black or white with plus fisheye and portrait lens attachments and a flash.
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