For those who own the Lomo LCA and want to get most of their photos, here’s a chart about hyperfocal distances for this amazing camera.
First, what is hyperfocal distance of a lens?
Definition 1: The hyperfocal distance is the closest distance at which a lens can be focused while keeping objects at infinity acceptably sharp. When the lens is focused at this distance, all objects at distances from half of the hyperfocal distance out to infinity will be acceptably sharp.
Definition 2: The hyperfocal distance is the distance beyond which all objects are acceptably sharp, for a lens focused at infinity.
So, knowing the lens size of view , the minimum and maximum aperture, you can calculate this hyperfocal distance. Here’s the one for your L-CA with it’s 32mm Minitar, F2.8. Print it and bring it with you in your bag.