Lomography has introduced two new instant cameras Lomo Instant Wide Monte Carlo and Lomo Instant Glass Serengeti.
Lomo Instant Wide Monte Carlo — Instant camera uses Fujifilm Instax Wide cartridges. The novelty is equipped with a 90mm F/8 lens, the aperture can be closed down to F/22. Exposure here can be adjusted from 1/250 to 8 seconds in automatic mode, and forced is set to 1/30 second, there is Bulb mode. The new instant camera has a built-in flash and a socket for synchronizing external flashes. The camera is powered by four AA batteries. The kit with the camera includes attachments for the lens, color filters for the flash and an external viewfinder.
Lomo’Instant Automat Glass Serengeti, uses Fujifilm Instax Mini cartridges. The camera is equipped with a 38mm lens (equivalent to 21mm full frame) and f/4.5 aperture. In addition, its aperture can be closed down to f/22. Shutter speeds range from 1/250 second to the arbitrarily long values available in Bulb mode. In addition, the camera has a built-in automatic flash. The novelty is powered by two 6-volt CR2 batteries. . The Lomo’Instant Automat Glass Serengeti comes with lens attachments for creative effects (shop.lomography.com).
The Lomo Instant Wide Monte Carlo camera costs $239.00. The Lomo’Instant Automat Glass Serengeti camera costs $219.00 .