Winter Clear Out Sale!

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Come in for our winter clear out sale to take advantage of some sweet discounts! We have a wide range of products on sale from 10%-50% off the original price!

Photos by Lomography San Francisco

Now is the perfect time to pick up that Diana F+ you’ve been meaning to get. In case you forgot, it takes 120 film and is the Lomography camera with the most accessories. It even has a pinhole feature! Since you’re already getting a discount, now would be a prime time to get the 35mm back to go with it. With the 35mm back you can get up to 36 exposures with or without a similar effect as the Sprocket Rocket.

Speaking of which, we also have several Sprocket Rockets on sale! They have a hot shoe for different flash options, simple focusing and a bulb setting for long exposures.

There couldn’t be a better time to try out a different Lomography camera! And if you’re trying to avoid buying a Valentines Day gift the day before, then you should also stop by to check out our new Diana F+ and Diana Mini designs. We will also be having a multiple exposures workshop that same weekend, so if you buy a camera here, your workshop admission is free! This sale doesn’t come often, so make sure you write down these dates!

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One Comment

  1. kschraer
    kschraer ·

    The Google map in the top left corner shows this store location in Iowa. I suppose there's not much difference between Des Moines and San Fran.

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