Lomography’s very own analog scientist with another test run!
Listen to me – this all-metal, all-mechanical Rangefinder demands one strict rule: Cock the shutter before turning the shutter speed dial! Repeat. . You wouldn’t want to mess around with this one – there is a possibility to damage the camera if this rule isn’t followed. It can give you super sharp pictures if you’re nice enough. Interestingly, the Industar 61 lens is Lanthanum-coated – making it slightly radioactive?! After some thorough investigation, we can all relax – this Russian beast is completely safe to use. Phew …
Born out of factory “FED” (Ukraine) since 1977
Selenium light meter.
Excellent contrast, resolution and sharpness due to Industar 61 lens
Amber coated lens minimizes undesirable flare.
Shutter speeds from 0.3-500/sec To infinity
Long-exposure function, plus Hotshoe feature.
Shutter speeds from 1sec – 1/500 of a second and “B”
Fiona Burrage lives in a beautiful house in Norfolk and runs her own lifestyle blog, aptly called Nor–Folk. We loved her minimalist photography style and asked her to test out the Lomo'Instant Automat.
Jimmy Cheng is a master of the camera with a long running career as a wedding and portrait photographer. He runs a gear testing youtube channel and is a stalwart supporter of Lomography. It is a pleasure to announce that he is our latest TEN AND ONE Awards Judges.
Our friends at Wayward are excited to carry the Lomo'Instant Square in all of their three stores now and called up a bunch of their very own West Coast Amigos to celebrate and test the camera. Austin Santiago is the first one and took it straight to SXSW
Ever wanted to know what it's like to hang with NYC's own Sunflower Bean? Check out their instant photos from tour and enter to win your very own instant camera, as well as an awesome book with photos taken by the band themselves.
Germany-based filmmaker Patrick Mueller returns to the Lomography Magazine with yet another incredible short film. This time, he shares his adaptation, shot with the LomoChrome Purple 16mm, of H.P. Lovecraft's horror masterpiece "The Colour Out of Space".
It's one thing to see celebrities on screen, and another thing in real life. Photographer Antonio Castello shares to Lomography Magazine his first-time experience at the 68th Berlinale as he documented the event with two brassy lenses — the Petzval 58 Bokeh Control Art Lens and New Petzval 85 Lens.
In this second installment of our special two-part feature on cinematic photographers, we take a look back to more photographers who have mastered the dreamy, often surreal aesthetic of cinematic photography.