The new Lomography product launch is just a day away and we’ve got one final mystery teaser for you! Watch our video and tell us what you think in the comments…All will be revealed tomorrow (3rd November)
The Launch Times
Make sure to drop by Lomography.com at the times below to see the mystery product revealed!
New York – 7AM
London – 11AM
Vienna – 12PM
Hong Kong – 7PM
Tokyo – 8PM
See all clues on this mystery product here. And thanks a lot to YACHT for letting us use their song ‘I Believe In You (Instrumental Version)’ in this video! Check out the YACHT website and you can catch them touring the US this month – here are a few of their upcoming shows:
Austin, TX – 4th November
Sacramento, CA – 15th November
Reno, CA – 16th November
Fresno, CA – 18th November
San Jose, CA – 19th November
Happen to know what the new product is? Lucky you! But please don’t spoil the surprise for everyone else – Let’s keep the secret until launch day!
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