Lomography Rolls Out LC-Wide Plastic Camera
Lomography has just unleashed a new plastic camera that uses 35mm film and plastic cameras. A lomography camera uses cheaply made materials to create colorful and dreamy photographs. Each camera is unique and its effects vignetting and light leaks are valued as part of the imperfect vintage look. This camera is called the LC-Wide and comes at a $389, a price most do not consider cheap.
The camera features a 17mm Minigon Ultra-Wide Angle Lens. The LC-Wide camera gives users the freedom of choosing three different photo formats (full, half, or square) as well as choosing vibrant colors, strong vignetting, and multiple exposures. This camera doesn’t have a massive number of megapixels nor a huge sensor.
When you consider the looks, this is definitely not a camera you’ll be looking to slam $400 on, but if you’re a film buff or a photo geek, you may just want to check this camera out. You can add the photos you take with the camera to your collection of stills that you upload to Flickr and share on Facebook. If you’re eyeballing this camera, grab it and upload some of your photos to this blog, we’d love to see your snapshots!
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