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Lomography Beginner's Guide: Ideas by Price (50-100 EUR/USD)

Are you searching for your first Lomography camera? Well, you've come to the right place! The Beginner's Guide is designed to help you pick the perfect camera for your budget - Read on for our suggestions within the 50 to 100 EUR/USD price range...

50-100 EUR/USD/GBP

Diana F+ (120)
Soft-focused photos on 120 film

Sprocket Rocket (35mm)
Panoramic photos with the sprocket holes exposed

Fisheye No. 2 (35mm)
Multiple and long exposure fisheye photos

Diana Mini with Flash (35mm)
Up to 72 shots on each 35mm roll and 2 photo formats

LomoKino & LomoKinoScope Package (35mm)
Shoot amazing analogue movies

Movie by satomi

La Sardina with Flash ‘The Guvnor’ (35mm)
Easy controls and wide-angle photos – Perfect for beginners

Already an avid Lomographer? Which camera in this price range would you recommend to newcomers? Please share your recommendations in the comments below!

Searching for your first Lomography camera? Let the Beginners Guide light your way to that dream analogue snap-shooter!

written by tomas_bates

1 comment

  1. adam_g2000

    adam_g2000

    I would go for the La Sardina, especially for those used to convenient point n' shoot digital. The Sprocket Rocket is cool, but scanning, getting prints could mean it ends up left in a drawer.

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