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Lomography introduces the LC-A 120 camera

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A new addition to the Lomography stable of film cameras has just landed, the LC-A 120 camera.

Inspired by the first Lomo camera, the original LC-A, this is the medium format equivalent – a compact and fully automatic 120 film camera. As you might have guessed, it shoots medium format square photos very quickly, thanks to programmatic automatic exposure and 4 step zone focusing. The camera also offers a 0.6m closest focusing distance, multiple exposures, and long exposures with slow sync flash, cable release and tripod thread plus hot shoe for attaching a flash.

The LC-A 120 uses a 38mm f/4.5 glass wide-angle lens (equivalent to a 21mm lens on a 35mm film camera) and is small enough to slip into your bag (or pocket if it's a good size).

If that appeals, the first batch of stock has just gone onto pre-order, priced at £339.

Find out more at the Lomography website

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