Saturated colors, sharp manual focusing and a richness of details in the lomographs it produces.
I was a bit skeptical at first – I thought this camera might not give me enough of the happy accidents that I was used to with some of my other trusted favorites like the LOMO LC-A. But I took the hefty little metal monster out, shot a roll and, once the film was developed, I was immediately in love. Sharp, vibrant colors with a depth to the pictures that allow for details I hadn’t even noticed while shooting. Great contrast and overall impressive, interesting results.
Uses a quiet and leaf shutter for vibration free stable shots. Shutter speed is automatically selected via the manual aperture settings (if you choose the auto mode – it also has a bulb and flash setting). Press the shutter down half-way and a handy red or yellow over or under arrow light in the viewfinder lets you know if you are under or over exposing (which you might want to play with anyway). Has a built in battery check light. Focusing is done manually by aligning the image in the viewfinder with built-in parallax compensation. Has a hot-shoe for flash, a self timer and the lens accepts standard screw-in filters.
This camera is easy to load, easy to use and delivers the goods!