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Lomography Lomo'Instant Boston Edition

Lomography has now officially launched the brand new Boston Edition Lomo' instant camera.

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The brand-new Boston Edition Lomo'Instant camera which comes with 3 lenses and a new Splitzer accessory has now been officially announced by Lomography.

The Lomo'Instant has an auto flash shooting mode as well as 2 manual shooting modes and a 27mm equivalent wide angle lens built-in with a maximum aperture of f/8. The Lomo'Instant also has a B setting and is the only modern Instant camera which allows users to shoot unlimited multiple exposure instants.

 

 

The Boston Edition Lomo'Instant camera is packaged with Fisheye, Portrait and Close-Up lens attachments, a Splitzer, lens cap, coloured gel filters, an instruction manual and shooting technique cards. The Boston Edition Lomo'Instant camera is priced at £129 and is available from the Lomography online store. 

 Lomo'Instant Specifications: 

  • Film Format: Fujifilm Instax Mini Film
  • Exposure Area: 42mm x 64mm
  • Shutter Speed: 1/125s / Bulb
  • Exposure compensations: +2/-2 Exposure Values
  • Ejection Mechanism: Motorized
  • Multiple Exposures
  • Built-in Flash Guide Number: 9(m)
  • Automatic Flash Output: Yes
  • Battery Supply: 6V (4x AAA batteries)
  • Tripod mount: Yes
  • Cable Release Mount: Yes
  • Aperture: f/8, f/11, f/16, f/22, f/32

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meyeview 11 1.4k 1 United Kingdom
3 Mar 2015 4:25PM
utterly horrible. why would anyone want this?
davidburleson 14 3.0k 3 United Kingdom
3 Mar 2015 5:44PM

Quote:utterly horrible. why would anyone want this?


Experimentation, something different, challenging, a bit of fun. Just a few reasons.

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