Celebrating 25 Years: Lomography Unveil Three Limited-Edition LC-A Cameras
25th years in and Lomography are paying tribute to their legendary camera, the LC-A. It was the one that was there at the birth of Lomography, and what better way to honour the model than with three anniversary versions and a new leather case?
Dressed in a smart brown leather casing and set against a black metal body, the new LC-A+, LC-Wide and LC-A 120s have all had a revamp for their big anniversary. They’ve also been adorned with a specially embossed message that sits on the casing and reads: ‘celebrating happy mistakes, analogue love, and absolutely no rules.’
Each and every one of the new anniversary edition cameras comes with Lomography’s signature experimental features, including saturated colours, rich tones, vivid vignettes, long exposures, multiple exposures and lots more besides.
Those who have shot with the LCA will know about the unpredictable charm the Minitar-1 lens, which produces sharp results on 35mm frames.
Meanwhile, the LC-A 120 keeps medium-format photography alive and comes in a lightweight, compact design, with an easy four-step zone-focusing system and automatic exposure.
Packing a 17mm Minigon-1 ultra-wide-angle lens, the LC-Wide gives an expansive view.
Compatible with a wide range of accessories, all of these anniversary edition cameras are available now.