Lomo'Instant Camera (Black edition)

€79.00
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The Lomo'Instant Black is the most versatile, customizable instant camera around. Shoot beautiful photos wherever you go and share them instantly.

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Why to try?

The Lomo’Instant has various different shooting modes depending on your shooting wishes. You can easily select your shooting mode by moving the Shooting Mode Switch.

    1. Auto Shooting Mode: When the Auto Shooting Mode is selected, you will get perfectly exposed photos in most situations using the automatic flash. This is the perfect fuss-free, easy-peasy mode for day and night shooting!
    2. Creative Mode (Flash On): In the Creative Mode (Flash On) mode, you can shoot long exposure photos with flash. We suggest selecting the Aperture - A (f/16) and Shutter “B” (bulb – long exposure). This is great for low-light situations such as shooting indoors, nighttime photography and playing with long exposures!
    3. Creative Mode (Flash Off): When Creative Mode (Flash Off) Mode is selected, the flash will be turned off and you can control the aperture by yourself and shoot long exposures.
      - When shooting using Creative Mode (Flash Off) in daylight, keep the Shutter on “N (normal exposure speed 1/125s) and use the Exposure Compensation Dial to adjust the aperture. In this way, you can set the Exposure Compensation Dial to +1 or +2 to get brighter images or set it to -1 or -2 to get darker images.
      - When shooting using Creative Mode (Flash Off) at night, switch the Shutter to “B” (bulb – long exposure) and turn the Exposure Compensation Dial to +2. This setting is perfect for shooting fun long exposure instant photos without flash and doing light-paintings!
    1. Daylight Shooting: Select the Shutter "N" (normal exposure speed 1/125s) and use the Exposure Compensation Dial to adjust the aperture. In this way, you can set the Exposure Compensation Dial to +1 or +2 to get brighter images or set it to -1 or -2 to get darker images. Here are some suggestions for shooting in different daylight outdoor conditions and the equivalent aperture values:
  • In Shadows:   +2 (f/8)
    Cloudy:   +1 (f/11)
    Bright Cloudy:   A (f/16)
    Ordinary Sunshine:   -1 (f/22)
    Bright Sunshine:   -2 (f/32)
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Data sheet

Film size
46 mm × 62 mm (Instax Mini)
Shutter Speed
8s-1/250 (Auto shooting mode)
B (Bulb mode)
Aperture
f/8
f/11
f/16
f/22
f/32
Focusing
0.4m - 0.9m
1m to Infinity
Flash
Built-in Flash
Battery
4 X AA-size (LR6)

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