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Lomography, the company known for its analog methods of providing creative photography looks and filters, has announced the pre-order availability of its new Lomo’Instant camera. Prices start at $119, and shipping begins on December 14.
The Lomo’Instant was funded by a highly successful Kickstarter campaign, where Lomography’s request for $100,000 was easily surpassed to yield $1,118,333 from supporters. Touting it as “the world’s most creative instant camera,” Lomo’s newest tool features a close focusing distance, as well portrait, macro and fisheye attachments in addition to the standard wide-angle lens. The camera also supports infinite long and multiple exposures, has both automatic and manual flash control and includes color gels to satisfy your analog filter needs. It will be available in a four different color combinations and works with the popular Fuji Instax Mini film.
With social media and imaging services like Flickr and Instagram being the primary methods of showing off your pictures today, the Instant’s analog nature could provide a nice physical alternative for sharing photos in person.
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