Late last month the new Lomo’Instant Camera launched over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise $100,000 to help it make the jump from concept into production.
Now with still 24 days remaining on the Kickstarter campaign the Lomo’Instant Camera has already passed $600,000 in funding thanks to over 5000 backers. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about this innovative yet retro styled Lomo’Instant Camera created by Lomography.
The Lomo’Instant Camera includes three shooting modes that can be used with or without flash, as well as unlimited multiple exposures that enable you to combine multiple shots on a single frame. The modern Lomo’Instant Camera is also equipped with infinitely long exposures which are perfect for low light or night-time shooting. Lomography explain :
“Instant photography is an excellent hybrid of our human desire for immediacy and Lomography’s love for analogue photography. The process is fast, exciting and at the end, there is a beautiful moment captured in front of your eyes. And it doesn’t stop there – This creative moment is right there in your hand. Unlike one of the hundreds of photos you take on your phone, this instant is a real object. You can put it on your wall, share it with a friend or slip it in your pocket to always keep the precious memory with you.
So, for this Kickstarter project, we set out to design the ultimate instant camera. A camera that combines our passion for instant analogue photography with our technical experience. A camera that is accessible for everyone, from long time instant photography lovers to first time Lomo’Instant owners. Most importantly, we wanted to create a fun camera packed with awesome features and endless opportunities to experiment!”
For more information on the new Lomo’Instant Camera jump over to the Kickstarter crowd funding website for full details on the camera’s features and to make a pledge from $89 to secure yourself one of the very first Lomo’Instant Camera’s off the production line.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Camera News, Concepts & Design, Top News