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Lomography Lomo'Instant hands-on: Instant film camera gets retro makeover

Lomography Lomo'Instant hands-on: Instant film camera gets retro makeover

By Stuart Miles

After a successful Kickstarter campaign, the first batch of Lomography Lomo'Instant cameras have arrived in the UK and Pocket-lint was on hand at the company's store in London's Carnaby Street district to have a play.The camera, which is fairly large,... Read more

Lomography DIY Konstruktor F 35mm SLR camera and flash bundle now available for low price

Lomography DIY Konstruktor F 35mm SLR camera and flash bundle now available for low price

By Elyse Betters

Lomography has launched a do-it-yourself camera bundle. It is a 35mm SLR that enables analog photography lovers to build their own film camera.More than a year ago, Lomography introduced its own colourful SLR camera called the Konstruktor F. It is perfectly... Read more

Lomography announces Konstruktor - world's first 35mm DIY SLR

Lomography announces Konstruktor - world's first 35mm DIY SLR

By Elyse Betters

On the heels of Pentax's new retro-looking lineup, Lomography has introduced its own colourful SLR camera for $35 (£22). Assembly required.The Konstruktor Kit, which is the world's first 35mm DIY camera, enables analog photography lovers to build their... Read more

Lomography film scanner lets you share 35mm film from a smartphone

Lomography film scanner lets you share 35mm film from a smartphone

By Jake Smith

Lomography aims to bring analogue into the new age by acting as a film scanner that can easily hook-up with a smartphone, allowing users to scan, edit and print 35mm film. Available on Kickstarter to gain funding, the Lomography is powered by two AA... Read more

Lomography Belair X 6-12 cameras bring back the bellows to print photography

Lomography Belair X 6-12 cameras bring back the bellows to print photography

By Danny Brogan

Those iconic camera folk at Lomography are at it again, this time delivering a camera that is capable of capturing photos in three different formats.The Lomography Belair X 6-12 can take regular 6x9 snaps, square 6x6 or 6x12 panoramic shots. The interchangeable... Read more

Lomography introduces the Diana Baby 110 camera, its smallest family member yet

Lomography introduces the Diana Baby 110 camera, its smallest family member yet

By Danny Brogan

Small enough to fit comfortably in your pocket, the Diana Baby 110 camera is the latest addition to Lomography’s growing collection of specialist cameras.The Diana Baby 110 is the third member of the Diana family, following in the footsteps of the Diana... Read more

Lomography Fisheye Baby 110 camera pictures and hands-on

Lomography Fisheye Baby 110 camera pictures and hands-on

By Danny Brogan

Proof that not all great things have to come in big packages, Lomography has begun selling its smallest camera and Pocket-lint has paid it a visit to get hands-on with the Fisheye Baby 110. We were expecting small, but when we first cast eyes on the... Read more

Lomography cameras put style before substance with colourful designs

Lomography cameras put style before substance with colourful designs

By Danny Brogan

The Lomographic Society has unveiled a few colourful and retro-designed cameras to sit alongside its recently unveiled denim design. Just don’t expect the features to boot.The cameras themselves range from monochrome pastel and denim coloured designs... Read more

Lomography launches three cameras in special Gold Edition

Lomography launches three cameras in special Gold Edition

By Ben Crompton

Quirky photography brand, Lomography, has announced a special update to 3 of its most popular plastic cameras in a Special GOLD Edition. Cameras included are The Fisheye, Diana F+ and the Diana Mini, all coming with gold chain and "dazzling finish".Each... Read more

Lomography LomoKino pictures and hands-on

Lomography LomoKino pictures and hands-on

By Libby Plummer

Analogue camera specialist Lomography has unveiled its very first movie camera, the LomoKino, and we were invited along to Lomo HQ for a top secret preview prior to the official launch.As we'd already received an invite to the launch event in the form... Read more

Lomography La Sardina
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Lomography La Sardina

By Libby Plummer

When Lomography sent us a tin of sardines in the post with a message attached inviting us along to a sneak preview of its new camera, we were expecting some sort of waterproof model or perhaps even a fisheye snapper. The clue was in fact much more literal... Read more

Lomography LC-Wide
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Lomography LC-Wide

By Libby Plummer

Analogue camera specialist Lomography recently expanded its classic LC-A lineup when it unveiled the LC-Wide, featuring a new wide angle lens and a choice of picture formats. The original LC-A was first manufactured 27 years ago and was then replaced... Read more

Lomography LomoLab officially launches

Lomography LomoLab officially launches

By Libby Plummer

Analogue camera brand Lomography is now offering the LomoLab  remote processing service to all UK customers. The new service, which was exclusively revealed to Pocket-lint back in February 2011, is now live, having been in beta-testing mode since March.... Read more

Cool tips for Lomo users

Cool tips for Lomo users

By Libby Plummer

Fancy dousing your film in bleach? Or maybe sticking sweet wrappers across your lens? Then go right ahead. Lomo photography is all about being creative and the good news is that if you mess it up and your shots don't turn out how you intended you can... Read more

Lomography Blackbird Fly
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Lomography Blackbird Fly

By Libby Plummer

The concept of analogue cameras may sound ridiculously old-fashioned, but there are plenty of them available and many shutter bugs like them for the creative freedom and cool effects that they offer. We've reviewed a few film-based cameras in the past,... Read more

Lomography - the return of analogue

Lomography - the return of analogue

By Libby Plummer

What do Hollywood actor Elijah Wood, recently disbanded US rock group The White Stripes and English sci-fi author Neil Gaiman have in common? Give up? The answer is that they're all fans of cult analogue photography brand Lomography (or Lomo to its friends).... Read more

Lomography to offer remote film processing

Lomography to offer remote film processing

By Libby Plummer

Analogue photography brand Lomography is to offer remote processing to UK customers for the first time. Unless you live near one of the company's two UK stores, both of which are in London, then until now you will have had to settle on getting your films... Read more

Lomography Sprocket Rocket
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Lomography Sprocket Rocket

By Libby Plummer

Analogue camera maker Lomography (or Lomo, to those in the know) has been driving the public's desire for retro cameras for a while now. Following on from the sucess of its first product (the LC-A+) and it's popular Diana F+ and Diana Mini models, the... Read more

Hipstamatic - behind the lens

Hipstamatic - behind the lens

By Libby Plummer

Do people want photographic prints anymore? Prints are expensive, they fade and all they do is create heavy boxes to carry from home to home throughout our lives when they’re not gathering dust in the attic. Prints are old. So, does anyone care anymore?... Read more

Lomography increases retro camera range: Three new Diana Minis

Lomography increases retro camera range: Three new Diana Minis

By Rik Henderson

Lomography has extended its Diana Mini range of retro film cameras with three new colours: The Diana Mini Petite Noir (black), Diana Mini En Rose (pink), and Diana Mini White (er, white).Each have exactly the same skill set as the former light blue version,... Read more

Lomography Sprocket Rocket camera hands-on

Lomography Sprocket Rocket camera hands-on

By Libby Plummer

Cult photography brand Lomography has introduced the Sprocket Rocket - the very first camera dedicated to sprocket hole photography. Here at Pocket-lint, we were lucky enough to be able to get our mitts on one of the new cameras seconds after it was officially... Read more

Lomography Spinner 360
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Lomography Spinner 360

By Libby Plummer

Analogue camera brand Lomography (or Lomo, for short) has fast been gaining popularity following the success of its first model - the Lomo LC-A+ - and subsequent Diana F+ and Diana Mini models, while the London shop has just celebrated its first anniversary. The... Read more

Lomography brings new spin with 360 degree panoramic camera

Lomography brings new spin with 360 degree panoramic camera

By Ben Crompton

Cult photography company, Lomography, has just added an all new panoramic camera to its novelty photographic portfolio. Called the Spinner 360 it will allow users to take 360 degree panoramic shots by way of a pull of the trigger cord - think pull string... Read more

Lomography launches Chromiacs range

Lomography launches Chromiacs range

By Verity Burns

Lomography has launched a new limited edition range of some of its most popular cameras decked out in chrome - fittingly named "Chromiacs". The cameras included in the range are the Lomo Colorsplash, Diana F+, Fisheye 2 and Supersampler. All four cameras... Read more

Lomo releases Lubitel+ TLR

Lomo releases Lubitel+ TLR

By Verity Burns

Lomo has announced the Lubitel+ medium format Twin Lens Reflex camera, the latest in the rather ageing product line that hasn't seen a new camera added to it in twenty years. The plastic-bodied camera has been designed to be compatible with 35mm film... Read more

Lomo offers "White Knight" Fisheye 2

Lomo offers "White Knight" Fisheye 2

By Amy-Mae Elliott

Lomography has announced a special edition Fisheye 2 camera - the "White Knight" - originally produced for the Taiwanese market. As with previous models, using standard 35mm film, the camera will deliver brilliant and original fisheye pics, but has a... Read more

White Stripes launch special edition Lomography cameras

White Stripes launch special edition Lomography cameras

By Amy-Mae Elliott

After releasing their last album on a special edition USB drive, the White Stripes have entered another tech team up. This time round fans can get limited edition Lomography cameras but with only 3000 of each being produced, they'll have to be quick.... Read more

Cult "Diana" camera to be relaunched by Lomo

Cult "Diana" camera to be relaunched by Lomo

By Amy-Mae Elliott

Originally produced as a toy camera back in the Sixties by a factory in Hong Kong, the Diana camera, also made under different names including the "Anny" and the "Debonair" has since become a cult classic. One of the main reasons this oh-so-basic little... Read more

Lomography World Congress London 2007 announced

Lomography World Congress London 2007 announced

By Amy-Mae Elliott

The Lomographic Society International has announced that it has been invited by the Design Festival and the city of London to present an exhibition of the extraordinary... Having being offered the legendary Trafalgar Square in London, the Lomographic... Read more