These look so cool. In fact, I can’t decide which of the 25th anniversary Lomo LC-A cameras to go for.
25 years because it was in 1992 that a group of Viennese students stumbled upon a little black camera called the Lomo LC-A. It was the start of a film photography and vintage camera revival that’s still happening and still growing today. You only need to look at the Lomography back catalogue to see evidence of that.
But right now we are looking at the cameraas that starting it off in new editions, each one featuring a unique leather design and a special, embossed message. Even better, if you want the fill-on vintage look, you can also pick up a handcrafted, leather camera case for both the LC-A+ or LC-Wide too. Sadly, it doesn’t fit the LC-A 120.
Go for the LC-A+ if you want colour-drenched 35mm shots, the LC-A 120 for medium-format photography or the LC-Wide and its ultra-wide-angle lens. Al are available now to buy at there Lomo shop, priced from £289, with the leather case selling for an additional £69.