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LC-A Big Book Chapter 87: Multiple Exposure Switch

The multiple exposure feature comes straight from the hearts and minds of the worldwide Lomographic community; it involves exposing the same single frame more than once.

The multiple exposure feature comes straight from the hearts and minds of the worldwide Lomographic community; it involves exposing the same single frame more than once. As the technique became very popular in the last few years, it was decided to include a simple switch in the LOMO LC-A+ that makes multiple exposures as easy as 1,2,3; literally! Installed at the bottom of the camera, you just shoot a pic like always and then, instead of winding on the film, slide the MX-Switch to re-cock the shutter and fire again on the same frame. You can do this a limitless amount of times. Thereby you superimpose one image on top of another, yielding compositions and constructions that are absolutely bananas.

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