Lomography is building instamatic camera that produces pictures instantly, much like a Polaroid camera used to.  The Lomography instant camera aperture, shutter speed and flash adjust automatically to produce high quality pictures.  The instant automat camera comes in four different designs, uses Fujifilm Instax Mini film format, works in bulb and automatic modes, includes a built-in 35 mm lens, uses a remote control for selfies, can shoot multiple exposures, has interchangeable lenses and color gels.

Lomography Instamatic Camera for Instant Photos

According to their website, Lomography is a global organization that focuses on creative photographic techniques.  They offer a wide variety instant cameras, different types of films, and photo accessories.  The first Lomographic camera was the Lomo LCA which is based on the Russian Cosina CX1.  Lomo also offers a full line of film products, including 35mm, 110mm and 120mm formats, with color negative, red scale and black and white.

Lomo instant camera has raised $657,979 so far through a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign.  Lomography commenced crowdfunding for its camera on August 31, 2016 and reached its initial funding goal of $100,000 on the same day. Lomography created stretch goals that include 4 color gels for $350,000, Splitzer that will allow multiple exposure experiments for $500,000, and a strap for $750,000

Lomography constructed multiple reward levels for its backers, like:

  • Early bird black or white single instant camera for $99
  • Lomography bundle of 3 cameras for $150
  • Instant camera, 3 lenses and light painter for $180
  • Two instamatic cameras for $330
  • Automat camera and a trip to headquarters for $1,500

Lomography is located in New York, New York.