It’s comically large, and its film is pricey, but it gives you 3.5″x 4.5″ photos (2.5″x 4″ exposure area), a capable auto mode, an unlimited exposure mode and a lens cap that doubles as a remote control. It also has optional color gels, an ultra wide-angle lens and close-up lens.
20% Lomography Keychains are miniature replicas of four of the most popular Lomo cameras – Lubitel+, Diana F+, Fisheye 2, and the LOMO LC-A+. Each keychain comes in a gift-ready tin.
Lomography’s limited-edition La Sardina collection is inspired by the humble sardine can. Each 35mm camera has a 22mm wide-angle lens, a multiple-exposure switch and a rewind knob for effects.
The robust Lomo LC-Wide will take your shots to the widest extremes; it features the new Minigon Ultra-Wide Angle Lens and the versatility of 3 different photo formats. (Thanks Steve!)
Lomography’s Sprocket Rocket is a new analog camera which includes the holes of 35mm film in each exposure. 2 knobs wind film in both directions to allow the creation of multiple exposure imagery.
While most panoramic cameras yield only 120°, the Lomography Spinner takes a 360° viewing angle by shooting 8 panoramas per 35mm roll. It’s equipped with 2 aperture settings and tripod mount.