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Low-light Goodness Captured by Fuji Natura Classica

If you've ever tried taking photos with a compact film camera while indoors or in low-light, but have always found your photos unsatisfactory, it's about time for you to try the Fuji Natura Classica. Many of our fellow lomographers have gotten their hands on the coveted compact, revered for doing a superb job when shooting indoors and in low light!

Sometimes, we feel that there’s no other way to capture a moment perfectly by shooting without flash, in natural light, and even in low light. Everything looks and feels more real and dramatic without the harsh glare of the flash, but there are times when even ISO 400 films aren’t enough.

Here is where the famed Fuji Natura Classica comes into the picture. It’s one of those compact film cameras that have gained cult status, loved and coveted for its superb performance in low light conditions, whether indoors or outdoors. What makes this possible is its NP (Natural Photo) Mode, which is automatically enabled when the camera is loaded with ISO 800 to 3200. This mode turns off the camera’s flash and captures low-light photos perfectly.

Take a look at some of our fellow lomographers’ snaps below to see how low light the Natura Classica can go:

The Fuji Natura Classica is an exceptional, light-sensitive camera which allows you to take stunning analogue photographs using only available light. Its Natural Photo mode detects the subject’s brightness and adjusts the exposure accordingly, eliminating the need to use flash. For images that radiate natural beauty, get your own Fuji Natura Classica now!

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