Lomography Unveils LomoApparat

The 35mm camera features a 21mm lens and comes with three interchangeable lens attachments and a flash-filter slider.

Lomography has unveiled the LomoApparat, a 35mm camera with a 21mm lens.

The built-in lens has a 1'7" focusing distance, and the camera comes with three interchangeable lens attachments: the Close-Up Lens, which reduces the focusing distance to 8"; the Splitzer Lens, which divides the image into wedges of any size, and the Kaleidoscope Lens, which creates multiple mirror-image effects across the frame.

Also included is a flash-filter slider with interchangeable colored filters for colorful flash effects.

The LomoApparat features a  MX switch for multiple exposures and a “Bulb” shooting mode for long-exposure effects.

The camera is available in a black leather edition ($89) and an Italian brown leather Neubau edition with turquoise trim ($99).

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