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Lomography’s new black-and-white film has a super-low ISO
Meet Fantôme Kino B&W ISO 8 35mm film.
Lomography built a reusable disposable camera loaded with its Metropolis film
Forget what you know about disposable cameras.
Lomography is raising funds on Kickstarter for a new Petzval lens with swirly bokeh
The 80.5mm lens will be available for Nikon and Canon cameras.
Lomography’s build-it-yourself camera in a box has a crazy liquid filled lens
When cardboard meets snowglobe.
LomoChrome Metropolis R 100-400 film is raising funds on Kickstarter
Lomography will release a new color negative film in early 2020.
The Lomogon 2.5/32mm Art Lens offers moody analog aesthetics for digital cameras
The lens will be compatible with Canon EF and Nikon F mounts.
Lomography releases a new addition to the Kino 35mm black-and-white film line
Potsdam Kino is inspired by old rolls of cine film and can be developed with standard monochrome processing.
Lomography’s Berlin Kino 35mm monochrome film is cut from old cine film stock
The film can be developed with standard black and white processing.
An Instax Square camera with interchangeable lenses and hotshoe flash? Yes please.
A new lo-fi camera for Polaroid-style photos.
Lomography Color Negative F2/400 Film Is Aged In Oak Casks
This limited-edition film has been chilling in the Czech Republic since 2010, literally