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Lomography introduces the vintage-style Lomo’instant Wide instant camera range

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A new (and very retro) model in a number of new finishes has just landed from Lomography, the Lomo'instant Wide camera.

It is, as you might have guessed, a new addition to the maker’s instant range, with this one using the Fuji Instax Wide film to give you instant photos with considerably more width. So good news if you want to squeeze on all the family this Christmas.

It has a really strong 1960s-style look and is impressive in the plain colours. But the Lomo'instant Wide really comes to life in the special editions we have pictured here, the Central Park in brown and the green and blue Portobello Road finish.

Functionality is much the same though, which means not only manual exposure settings on the camera, but also a Fully Programmatic Shutter if you just want the photo without the bother. Long exposures, multiple exposures and colour-flashed exposures are also possible, as are remote photos courtesy of the remote control lens cap.

The camera start shipping from December and are produced in small batches, so pre-ordering is pretty much essential if you want one guaranteed for Christmas. Prices are from £169.

Find out more at the Lomography website




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