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New Lomo LC-Wide Camera: For All of your Wide-Angle Film Needs

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Lomo has released a new ultra-wide angle camera, the LC-Wide. If you love wide angle photography, and you’re yearning for something more analog, then look no further than the Lomo LC-Wide Camera. If you’ve already got an LC-A+ camera, then you can also get yourself their wide angle lens , that’s compatible with theirĀ  LC-A+camera line. The lens will allow you to take impressive photos of buildings and the like with their retro film cameras. Digital is cool, but sometimes, analog is just as fun.

lomo wide angle lc-wide lc-a+ analog film camera

Lomo has also a few new packages available, that will bundle most of the gear you need to get you started, with the base camera kit running $250. The new LC-Wide kit starts out at $390. The 17mm lens costs $150 (USD) and will allow photographers to take 20mm super wide-angle shots. I also like the Instant Back that will transform your Lomo into a Polaroid camera.

lomo wide angle lc-wide lc-a+ analog film camera

While taking a look through their shop, it’s easy to spend a few hundred bucks on these cool cameras. It’s a nice change from the DSLR that I’ve gotten used to, although I really have my eye on a medium format Hasselblad.

lomo wide angle lc-wide lc-a+ analog film camera



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