Lomography Brings Back the Single-Use Camera
Lomo introduces three different versions of its Simple Use Film Camera.
Lomography never rests. Fresh off last month’s introduction of the Lomo’Instant Camera, Lomo has taken the wraps off of yet another camera: the Simple Use Film Camera. Essentially Lomo’s take on the single-use disposable cameras of old, the new design comes with three different film variations: black and white, color negative, and color-shifting LomoChrome Purple. Each features a built-in flash, is powered by AA battery, and features a fixed shutter speed of 1/120s and an aperture of f/9. And even though the designs are intended to be one-time use only, Lomography has gone so far as to post detailed instructions on how to swap out the film if you’re so inclined.
The Simple Use Film Camera is available now in a three pack for $52.92 USD or individually with prices ranging from $15.20 to $21.90 USD.
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