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Lomography’s New Polaroid Camera Gives People The Best Of Digicams

Lomography’s New Polaroid Camera Gives People The Best Of Digicams
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This new product is a modular device with features like attachable lenses, long exposure photos, and unlimited multiple exposures.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 29 may 2014

Lomography, a globally active organization that is dedicated to experimental and creative photography, has launched a crowdfunding campaign for its first instant camera, the Lomo’Instant.

The Lomo’Instant Camera is a modular device that comes packed with features such as attachable lenses, long exposure photos, unlimited multiple exposures, and more.

The instant camera comes with a built-in wide angle lens, and additional fisheye and portrait lens attachments are also available. 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 camera has unlimited multiple exposures, allowing users to combine several shots on a single frame. The instant 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 also comes with different color gels and lets users change up their images with a little color. The Lomo’Instant camera uses Fujifilm Instax mini film, the most widely available type of instant film, so it’s quite easy for owners to have fun with their instant camera.

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The Lomo’Instant Camera comes in four different designs – the White Edition, Black Edition, Sanremo Edition, and the Kickstarter Special Edition.

The Kickstarter campaign has already raised more than three times its goal of $100,000, with still about a month to go. All the Early Bird Launch Deals of $69 for a Lomo’Instant Camera with its built-in Wide Angle lens have already been snatched up by eager backers, as well as the Early Bird deal of $89 for a Lomo’Instant Camera and a Lens Package comprising the built-in Wide Angle lens and the Fisheye and Portrait lens attachments. Those who want to purchase their own instant camera can still order a White or Black Edition for $79 and the Sanremo or Kickstarter Special Edition for $99. The instant cameras are expected to ship in November. The retail price for the camera is expected to be between $120 and $150.

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[h/t] designboom

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