News |Lomo launches Kickstarter campaign for Lomo’Instant Automat

Lomo launches Kickstarter campaign for Lomo’Instant Automat

Loco launches Kickstarter campaign for Lomo’Instant Automat

Lomography has introduced the new Lomo’Instant Automat, a new automatic point-and-shoot camera available via Kickstarter.

The Lomo’Instant Automat automatically adjusts the camera’s aperture, shutter speed and flash output so that all you need to do is point and shoot.

The new Lomo camera is a film camera and uses Fujifilm Instax Mini Film. It offers a  3-step zone-focusing system, as well as unlimited multiple exposures and long exposures up to 30secs long.

Its lens cap is a remote control for taking group self-portraits, and it comes with Close-up, Wide-Angle and Fisheye lens attachments, as well as four Color Gels.

A digital light counter keeps track of how many shots you have left.

The Lomo’Instant Automat is available in black, white, red leather or, if you back Lomography on Kickstarter, your own exclusive design.

Lomo’Instant Automat Specifications

Film Format: Fujifilm Instax Mini Film

Exposure Area: 62mm x 46mm

Shutter Speed: Bulb (maximum 30 seconds), 8s-1/250 (Auto Shooting Mode)

Aperture: f/8, f/22

Exposure Compensation: +1/-1

Exposure Values (Ambient Exposure)

Film Ejection Mechanism: Motorized

Multiple Exposures: Unlimited

Built-in Flash Guide Number: 9 (m)

Built-in Flash: Automatic Flash & Flash Off Mode

Zone Focusing Setting: 0.6m / 1-2m / infinite

Tripod Mount: Yes

Remote Control: 2 sensors (one at the front, one at the back), transmission via Infrared

Remote Control Sensor Range: 1-2m in bright sunshine, up to 5m indoors

Film Counter: LED indication, counting down

Battery Supply: 2 x CR2 batteries (2 x 3V)

Remote Control Battery Supply: 1 x CR1632 batteries (3V)

Filter Thread Diameter: 43mm

Lens Attachments: Close Up, Wide Angle, Fisheye lenses

Visit the Lomo’Instant Automat Kickstarter page to back the project.


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