New York, NY—Lomography introduced its newest dedicated instant wide camera, the Lomo’Instant Wide, as part of the Lomo creative instant wide camera and lens system. The stylish camera works with Fujifilm instant wide film.
Combining high-quality craftsmanship with versatile features, the Lomo’Instant Wide offers such functions as autoexposure, unlimited long and multiple exposures, flash on/off control, various lens attachments and a PC sync socket for everything from single flashes to studio flash kits. At home in the studio or on the streets day or night, the camera has a remote control lens cap that remotely operates the shutter release—for group photos and long exposures.
Other features include: manual exposure settings; fully automatic and creative shooting modes; a fully programmatic shutter; a built-in 90mm-equivalent lens; a built-in flash; large-format, long-exposure capability; exposure compensation; zone focusing; and a tripod mount.
Instant Camera Kits
The instant camera will come in several versions: the vintage-inspired Central Park with lens kit, $259; the Portobello Road with lens kit, $249; the Black edition with lens kit, $239; the Black version alone, $199; and the White version alone, $199. The lens kits include colored gel filters, an ultra-wide-angle lens attachment and viewfinder, a close-up lens attachment, the Lomo’Instant Splitzer, a remote control lens cap, shooting technique cards and a manual.
The camera is being produced in small batches, one edition at a time, which means preorders are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Those who preorder will also receive a dedicated strap and a pack of four color gels.