Lomograhy has released another special edition medium format film camera namely the Diana F+ Explorer Nocturne Edition. Featuring our protagonist the handsome wolf – a caring companion and a fearsome explorer, the Diana F+ Explorer Nocturne Edition features a copper color scheme and a starry night sky design, and comes complete with a matching flash unit. Not to worry, this special edition medium format film camera is also compatible with the Diana F+ lens and accessory system. Limited to just 1000 units worldwide, the Diana F+ Explorer Nocturne Edition is available now via Lomography Online Shop for a retail price of 89 GBP (about $139). [Product Page]
Lomography has announced the availability of the new Diana Baby 110. The camera is equipped with two great lens options: the 24mm lens or the 12mm wide lens. The Diana Baby 110 also provides a hotshoe to plug in a flash unit, including the Colorsplash Flash or Diana F+ Flash. The Diana Baby 110 is priced at between $56 to $70. [Lomography]
The Lomographic Society today introduced the new La Sardina DIY Edition. The film camera is equipped with a set of white panels, that enable you to customize. There is also a set of transparent panels, allowing you to add photos, textiles, stickers, etc. [PhotographyBLOG]
Lomography Store has started selling the Lomography Color Tiger 110. The color negative film is perfect for all 110 format film cameras. The Lomography Color Tiger 110 features a sensitivity of ISO 200/24°. If you are interested, you can purchase the Lomography Color Tiger 110 for $8.76. [Product Page]
The Lomography Diana F+ Sahara is decorated with palm trees and pyramids. Using 120 Film, you can experiment with multiple exposures, long exposures and even pinhole shots. This special-edition medium-format film camera is also wrapped in printed leather and comes bundled with a flash unit. The Diana F+ Sahara is currently available for $127.15. [Lomography]
For about $5,000 you can have you very own Horseman 3D camera. Although it is not a digital camera, this camera will make pictures look 3D but not anything we haven’t seen before. Via Gizmodo.