Something odd is going on with my LC-A+ RL. In the short time I have been using it, it has proven to possess a very unique signature. Do you want to know what it is? Read on!
My Lomo LC-A+ RL truly is one of a kind! It has a very unique quality the likes of which I have never seen before. Some may call it a character flaw, but I think of it as a blessing!
From the very beginning I noticed that taking pictures with my LC-A in very sunny conditions would result in light leaks. The curious thing is that the regular and recurring shape of this leak: it always appears in the same spot and looks like a beautiful sun on my film! I have never seen something similar before, but I think it is genius and I love it!
The odd thing is this light leak starts of very strong and seems to weaken in subsequent frames, which makes me think it isn’t an ordinary light leak. I honestly have no idea what may be causing this, but it does make for a very unique LC-A+!
Even when using redscale film, the sun comes out!
If you have any idea to what might be causing this, or if you seen something similar in another LC-A, please don’t hesitate to leave a comment!