Lomography launches world’s first fully analog Instax Square camera with successful Kickstarter campaign


posted Wednesday, August 30, 2017 at 1:00 PM EST


If you are intrigued by Fujifilm's square format Instax film but would like a fully analog camera, unlike the SQ10 Hybrid from Fujifilm, then Lomography has a Kickstarter project you may want to back.

The Kickstarter campaign, which has already more than tripled its goal at the time of writing, is for the Lomo'Instant Square Camera, which is the first fully analog instant camera for Instax square film.

While fully analog, the camera does include some automatic features, including an advanced automatic exposure mode, an LED exposure counter, self-timer functionality and more. The camera uses a 95mm glass lens and includes creative features for multiple exposures, long exposures, color gel filters for the flash and more. The bellows style camera can fold down to a relatively compact form factor and has the retro styling Lomo fans demand.

In typical Lomo style, the Lomo'Instant Square comes in a variety of colors, including a Kickstarter exclusive blue, black, red, orange and white (all with their own fancy names). You can get a Lomo'Instant Square of your own for as little as $139, although prices range up to near $200 for different colors and combos. Shipping will begin in early 2018 and you can learn more here

(Via DIY Photography)