LOMO LC-A+ No Nukes Edition: Only 500 Units Available!


Nuclear weapons really aren't the way to go, and our friends from South Korea as well as actress Kate Hudson collaborate with our latest LOMO LC-A+ Edition with a special message!

As part of our LOMO LC-A 25th Anniversary celebrations we are bringing you special editions from across the world. This limited edition LOMO LC-A+ was designed by the Lomography Embassy in South Korea as a protest against the proliferation of nuclear weapons.

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The LOMO LC-A+ “No Nukes” Highlights!

What can you expect from the “No Nukes” camera? Shadowy vignettes, intense colours and overall lo-fi appeal – plus a lot more…

  • Same classic, LOMO LC-A+ compact camera, but the specially designed leather body radiates with individuality!
  • Couple that with the “No Nukes” commemorative wooden box and you’ve got yourself a one-time only collectors’ item!
  • Expect all the usual LOMO LC-A+ features including: the legendary Minitar 1 lens, multi-exposure switch and multiple accessory capabilities!
  • Presented in a commemorative wooden box, with unique Korean lettering and “No Nukes” symbol.

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Interview: Find Out More About the Issues

Read our interview with anti-nuclear and anti-war campaigner Kate Hudson, the Chair of the peace organisation Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND).

If certain countries need [nuclear weapons] for security the logical conclusion is that every country needs them. That’s nonsense because if everyone has them, then somewhere along the line they will eventually use them.

- Kate Hudson, CND.

Read the full interview

written by kazarareta on 2009-08-12 in #news #limited #no-nukes #special-edition #lomo-lc-a #nukes


  1. kokakoo
    kokakoo ·

    Wowww!! Russian Lens right? Which next edition? Bangkok? ,-p

  2. cinzinc
    cinzinc ·

    dayum...if only i cud get an lc-a+ with russian lens. my lc-a+ is china made =(

  3. afd_lsi
    afd_lsi ·

    Really cool. Making special editions is an interesting thing. They make the lc-a even more unique.

  4. kazarareta
    kazarareta ·

    hi guys, clarification: the lens is the china-manufactured one for this edition not russian, our apologies for overlooking the detail!

  5. abcdefuck
    abcdefuck ·

    woow. cool design. :O

  6. halfawakehaiku
    halfawakehaiku ·

    wow.looks sharp

  7. abcdefuck
    abcdefuck ·

    is this the new mystery product?

  8. snoop
    snoop ·

    nope not yet the new mystery product ;).

  9. tong_teng
    tong_teng ·

    I like it, mate! This is how small things can make big differences.

  10. drudolph
    drudolph ·

    Looks great!

  11. slothglut
    slothglut ·

    sorry if i miss something, but what does it actually do against nuclear weaponry?

  12. mijonju
    mijonju ·

    i saw this in the lomo shop a few days ago.. they told me that its a china lens so.. ya
    im getting the 25th anniversary one :D

  13. dogma
    dogma ·

    wow! i want this :)

  14. breakphreak
    breakphreak ·

    the design is cool as always, but I am with @slothglut and his question.

  15. ouroborosx
    ouroborosx ·

    @slothglut: it raises awareness of the issue! just look, we're all talking about it right now because of the message that the South Koreans decided to spread through their design of this camera... no nukes! :)

  16. majorted
    majorted ·

    Very Very cool, great way to raise awareness! But what does the Korean on the back say??

  17. breakphreak
    breakphreak ·

    @ouroborosx: better to make some posters.then as well, no? :)

  18. ouroborosx
    ouroborosx ·

    best to leave the posters to the CND, and the cameras to Lomography... ;)

  19. breakphreak
    breakphreak ·

    @ouroborosx: see you next time in "no Middle East conflict" special edition :) we are all dreamers for good, right?

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