Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Lomography announces 3 new cameras for their 25th anniversary

Lomography has officially announced 3 new camera models for their 25th anniversary . The new Lomography LC-A 120 , LC-Wide and the LC-A+ are designed to work with 35mm film with the exception of the LC-A 120 which shoots medium format .

The LC-A 120 , which is their flagship model , features a 38mm fixed lens with a variable aperture with f4.5 f16 and features a maximum shutter speed of 1/500 and has a hotshot for manual flash support .

The LC-A+ on the other hand , shoots the smaller "35mm" full frame film. The camera has a 32mm fixed lens like the 120 , but it has a faster 2.8 aperture which can be dropped down to f16 as well , like the 120 , this too features a hotshot for flash support and has an optical rangefinder-esqe viewfinder .

The LC-Wide , designed to work with 35mm film(like the LC-A+) features a wider 17mm fixed lens with an aperture of f4 to f16 . The specifications are almost identical to the LC-A+ with the only difference being the lens and the sight aesthetic differences between the two .

Written by Rakitha for MasHD

Source - Imaging-Resource

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