Lomography celebrates 25th anniversary with trio of limited edition cameras
posted Friday, January 26, 2018 at 11:45 AM EDT
It's Lomography's 25th anniversary and the analog photography company is celebrating with a new limited edition line of cameras based upon the Lomo camera that started it all, the Lomo LC-A.
The three anniversary editions in the LC-A family include a 25th Anniversary LC-Wide, LC-A 120 and LC-A+. The LC-Wide and LC-A+ are 35mm leather-clad cameras and the LC-A 120 is a medium-format leather-clad camera.
Looking first at the LC-Wide, this camera costs US$439 and has a 17mm ultra-wide built-in lens. The built-in Minigon lens is said to deliver high-contrast, high-saturation images with "superb vignettes." The camera takes all types of 35mm film, including color negative, slide, black and white and redscale.
The other 35mm anniversary camera, the LC-A+, sells for US$299 and is the least expensive of the trio. It has a Minitar-1 lens with a 32mm focal length and maximum aperture of f/2.8. Like the LC-Wide, it takes all kind of 35mm film.
The LC-A 120 sells for $479 and has a 38mm focal length and maximum aperture of f/4.5. For more information on the three cameras, click here.