The LC-A 120 has a wide 38mm f/4.5 lens and a fully-automatic exposure. Although the camera is built from plastic, the LC-A 120 has a few features that make it more sophisticated than a familiar Holga camera. The lens is made of glass instead of plastic with five elements in four groups. As a result, the images are surprisingly sharp, but the larger negative leads to heavy vignetting at the edges. We typically consider that a negative here at PopPhoto, but in terms of a Lomo camera, that can often be a positive.