My LCA+ broke during my travel to NZ. I shot 7 rolls with it and when I processed them I saw that there were only a few correct shots per roll.... :(( The shutter doesn't open anymore and when it opens the shots are truly underexposed. I could save some of these shots, here they are....

Strangely, these long exposure shots worked well....

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2 Comments

  1. herbert-4
    herbert-4 ·

    BTW, my LC-a begins underexposing when the batteries are low, and it eats batteries at about 8-10 rolls per set, depending on how many night photos (the electromagnets have to hold the shutter blades open longer). Did you try changing batteries?

  2. vicuna
    vicuna ·

    But curiously the LCA works well with long exposures, but not the normal ones! And the batteries are almost new....