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Lomography Lomo’Instant Camera

Lomography is gearing up to launch a new instant camera dubbed the Lomo’Instant. What sets this apart from other instant cameras is its extensive feature set, which includes add-on lenses, a variety of filters, several shooting modes, and much...

Lomography Experimental Lens Kit

Blasé shutterbugs and Saturday shooters alike rejoice as Lomography releases a new lens kit designed for Micro Four Thirds cameras. The Experimental Lens Kit allows digital photographers to shoot multiple exposure images, not to mention try out one o...

Lomography Konstruktor DIY Kit

As a tribute to the simple DIY cameras of the past, Lomography has crafted the Konstruktor – a contemporary update to the old DIY kits and the world’s very first build-it-yourself 35mm SLR camera. Featuring a slew of plastic pieces and ea...

Lomography: Growing Analog

Pagers, MiniDisc players, cassette tapes, laser discs. The list of “innovations” doomed to technology’s graveyard grows longer with each passing year. And yet, Lomography — a company dedicated to analog photography — has...

Lomography 2013 New Releases

It was sometime in the early 1990s when a group of students in Vienna, Austria stumbled upon the Lomo Kompakt Automat – a small, enigmatic Russian camera that astounded the group with photographs of vibrant colors, deep saturation and vignettes that...

The Lomography Smartphone Film Scanner

Lomography has been one of the most ardent supporters of analog photography as many continue to find ways of incorporating the simplicity of film with the powerful world of digital. The latest interplay between both analog and digital is happening be...

Lomography LC-A+ 20th Anniversary Edition

The quintessential Lomographic camera has been re-imagined in a new limited 20th Anniversary Edition. The practice of Lomography originated in St. Petersburg and has endured for decades as a charming analog photography method, spawning many specializ...

Lomography 2012 “Gold” Cameras

Capping off a year of wonderful Lomography releases, these Gold Edition cameras return to the Lomo Shop just in time for Christmas. On top of the Diana F+, Diana Mini and Fisheye No. 2 from last year, the team has also added their new 110 cameras to...

Lomography 2012 “Champagne Edition” Cork Cameras

What better way to celebrate a 20th anniversary than to break out the bubbly? Lomo does one better by rolling out these stylish and luxe “Champagne Edition” cork pieces to celebrate the occasion. With stunning champagne gold-colored bodie...

Lomography Diana Baby 110 Camera

The smallest version yet of its popular Diana, Lomography has introduced the Diana Baby 110 Camera. Diminutive even compared to the Diana Mini, the Diana Baby uses the cartridge-based 110 film format and comes with a 24 mm lens and a dearth of switch...

Lomography Fisheye Baby 110

Forty years since the 110 format film made its 1972 debut and three years after its 2009 production cessation, the good folks at Lomography present yet another fresh incarnation of it. The Lomography Orca 110 B&W Film is only the beginning, and i...

Lomography La Sardina Splendour Camera

Inspired by the original Kandor Candid camera of the 1940s, Lomography introduces its own tribute to the sardine can-inspired design – the La Sardina Splendour. Equipped with the brand’s Fritz the Blitz flash, the camera comes wrapped in...

Lomo LC-A+ Silver Lake Camera

Dressed in lustrous chrome and adorned in genuine leather, this limited edition (1,000 units) LC-A+ Silver Lake Camera comes with a Russian-made Minitar 1 lens (32/2.8) and is packaged in a special wooden box. Expanded settings allow you to pick your...

Lomography 2011 Gold Edition Cameras

Just recently we saw a special 35mm camera Lomokino launch to help reinvigorate the largely photographic-based offerings from the brand. However for those looking to add some glitter to their hardware, a new selection of gold cameras have been releas...

Lomography LomoKino

Lomography continues to revitalize film photography by releasing a new camera, dubbed the “LomoKino.” The new addition to the company’s range of cameras takes a step in a new direction: shooting movies on 35mm film. Reliving nostalg...