The Lomo’Instant Automat shoots to the Instax Mini film packs and comes with an attached 60mm f/8 (35mm equivalent) lens. Like most Instant Lomo cameras the Automat comes with colored gels and a variety of add-on lenses, such as the wide-angle, a fisheye and a close-up lens. There is also a neat infrared remote that is built into the lens cap so you can fire off an Instax without physically holding onto the camera. The camera has automatic and bulb exposure modes, but also gives you the option for exposure compensation (+1 or -1). It has a simple zone focusing system: mountains for subjects that are far away, a picture of two people for shots that are medium distance away and a picture of a single person, for portraits featuring single people. Although the “system” may seem rudimentary, it actually pushes out quite consistent results.