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Lomography & Toy Cameras

When it comes to photography I’ll always favor film over digital, to be honest I don’t even own a great digicam but have about 10+ different types of film cameras. (I guess that’s sort of blogger blasphemy) But it’s not all about high tech film cameras for me, I have an unhealthy addiction with Lomography cameras. You know the ones, the fish eye, the Holga, and of course the Diana. Recently I was gifted a Diana Mini cam and I’m absolutely in love, it’s got a permanent spot in my purse so I can snap at any given moment. With the holidays coming up you can be sure that I’ll be getting my hands on another toy cam but I just can’t decide which one yet. They’re a great little gift to give to your family and friends, so I thought I’d share some of my favorites with you.


Silver Action Sampler $35

Blue Supersampler $50

DIY Pinhole Camera $24

Diana + Dreamer Camera $65

These are just a few of the amazing products that are put out by Lomography, if you visit their site you can find out all about them, check out a variety of cameras, and view photos taken by happy customers. I can honestly get lost in their shop for hours on end trying to make a decision. I hope you do the same!

2 Responses to Lomography & Toy Cameras

  1. Yash M

    If your ever down in LA (Beverly Hills specifically) there’s a Lomography store that you have to check out.

  2. Steve

    Get the LC-A!
    I own a LC-A, holga, Oktomat, action sampler and other cameras. I have to say out of all the Lomo cameras I have my favorite is the LC-A +RL (Russian Lens).
    http://usa.shop.lomography.com/cameras/lc-a-cameras/lomo-lc-a/lomo-lc-a-rl-new-package

    If you like the Diana Mini then you’ll probably love the LCA.
    Good luck with your future purchases! lol

    Peace,
    Steve

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