28 May 2014

Lomography’s First-Ever Instant Camera Comes With Real-Life Filters

Retro photography advocate Lomography has just launched its first-ever instant camera—designed for the readily available Fujifilm Instax Mini film, the Lomo’Instant comes with a bunch of fun features that would definitely appeal to lovers of toy cameras.

Marketed as “the world’s most creative instant camera system”, it is capable of producing a variety of images, including multiple exposures, long exposure—making light painting possible—wide-angle, portrait and fish-eye.

Users can choose to shoot in the convenient automatic mode or get adventurous with the manual mode. Its physical color filters, which let you achieve the popular Instagram effects in real life, set it apart from similar camera models in the market.

The Lomo’Instant is currently available in four color schemes. Prices starts from just US$79 if you pledge for its Kickstarter campaign right now—the final retail price is believed to be in the US$120-150 range.

Watch the video below to find out more about it.

[via Kickstarter]