Little Secret to Make Your LC-A+ Shoot Closer!


Using your LC-A+ as a daily camera but wish to shoot as close as the LC-Wide or Fisheye? Let me show you how!

In fact, all you need is just a small accessory. After the modification, your LC-A+ will be able to shoot as close as 40 cm!

I believe most of us own an instant camera and most of the Fuji Instax instant cameras out in the market come with a close up lens (well, it actually looks more like a magnifier).

I found that the Fuji Instax close up lens happen to fit on the LC-A+ lens nicely. Just paint the clips on the close lens into black (or even better, paint the entire lens holder)! Otherwise you will get some white-colored stuff in your photograph.

Now you just need to attach this small little lens on to your LC-A+ to have a close up shot at 40cm!

Isn’t this tip simple and easy? Try it yourself! Don’t forget to share your lomograph shooting with this tips!

written by jimmyhido on 2012-04-13 #gear #tutorials #film #close-up #lc-a #camera #lens #tipster #lomo #lomography #lca #lca #
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  1. pinkfallingstars
    pinkfallingstars ·

    does this work on a lc-a?

  2. jojothemonkeyy
    jojothemonkeyy ·

    you can try taking the lens out of the holder (:
    that's what I did
    then you don't have to worry about the white sides!

  3. jimmyhido
    jimmyhido ·

    I use it with LC-A
    and thank u jojo

  4. foodeanz
    foodeanz ·

    i saw on ebay...i never thought that is close up for instax...

  5. istionojr
    istionojr ·

    what is the camera focusing setting to accomplish your tipster?

  6. istionojr
    istionojr ·

    *lc-a+ focusing setting.

  7. robotmonkey1996
    robotmonkey1996 ·

    These lenses are common on Ebay under names like "Lomo LC-A Macro Lens!"... I never knew that they were for the Fuji Instax.

  8. nuo2x2
    nuo2x2 ·

    tried this one, however on a different camera, not the LCA+
    seems that infinite focus setting works best :)

  9. anamachado
    anamachado ·

    The macro lens are for what fuji instax? I don't know the cameras and can't tell by the picture... Thanks for the tipster :)

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