Lomography’s next instant camera should take way better photos
See the original posting on The Verge
When I reviewed the Lomo Instant last spring, I said I wished Lomography had taken a little more inspiration from its own LC-A and developed a great automatic exposure system for its first instant camera, given the expense of instant film. Well, here we are a little over a year later, and it looks like Lomography may have done just that.
The Lomo Instant Automat is an updated model that Lomography describes as “the most advanced automatic instant camera,” with aperture, shutter speed, and flash adjusting automatically depending on the lighting situation. Focusing is still manual, the film is still Fujifilm’s Instax Mini format, and you’ll still be able to use a range of accessory lenses.
If Lomography has done a good job with the…