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Lomography Lomo'Instant Wide Black Camera and Lenses

BH #LOLI900B • MFR #LI900B
Lomography Lomo'Instant Wide Black Camera and Lenses
Key Features
  • Accepts Fujifilm Instax Wide Film
  • Produces 3.9 x 2.4" Wide Instant Print
  • 90mm Lens (35mm Equivalent)
  • Aperture Settings: f/8 and f/22
Characterized by its sleek, jet black exterior, the Lomo'Instant Wide Black Camera and Lenses from Lomography bundles the unique instant film camera with a series of add-on lenses and other tools to hone your creative vision. The Lomo'Instant camera records 2.5 x 3.9" images on instax Wide film, and offers both programmed auto and manual control for adjusting exposure times. One-stop exposure compensation lets you adjust brightness and darkness settings, and a bulb setting is also available for making long exposures. Additionally, multiple exposures can also be recorded for creative effects. The built-in 90mm lens offers a wide-angle 35mm equivalent focal length, and f/8 and f/22 aperture settings can be used to affect exposure and depth of field. The lens also has a three zone focus ranges for working with subjects as close as 2', nearby subjects within a 3.3-6.6' range, or distant subjects with an infinity setting. For creative effects or working in low lighting, a built-in flash is also featured that works with the programmatic shutter for accurate exposure results.
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Lomography Lomo'Instant Wide Overview

Characterized by its sleek, jet black exterior, the Lomo'Instant Wide Black Camera and Lenses from Lomography bundles the unique instant film camera with a series of add-on lenses and other tools to hone your creative vision. The Lomo'Instant camera records 2.5 x 3.9" images on instax Wide film, and offers both programmed auto and manual control for adjusting exposure times. One-stop exposure compensation lets you adjust brightness and darkness settings, and a bulb setting is also available for making long exposures. Additionally, multiple exposures can also be recorded for creative effects. The built-in 90mm lens offers a wide-angle 35mm equivalent focal length, and f/8 and f/22 aperture settings can be used to affect exposure and depth of field. The lens also has a three zone focus ranges for working with subjects as close as 2', nearby subjects within a 3.3-6.6' range, or distant subjects with an infinity setting. For creative effects or working in low lighting, a built-in flash is also featured that works with the programmatic shutter for accurate exposure results.

Included in this bundle with the camera is an ultra-wide attachment lens and accessory viewfinder, which broadens the field of view to a 21mm equivalent focal length for photographing interiors or highlighting a broad perspective. On the other end of the spectrum, a close-up attachment lens is also included to permit photographing subjects as close as 3.9" away. Aiding your multiple exposure endeavors is a dedicated Splitzer for masking a portion of the frame while shooting, and the bundle also includes four gels for adding color to your flash photos and the included lens cap doubles as a remote shutter release for your selfies and group photos.

Lomo'Instant Wide Camera
  • instax Wide-format instant film camera produces 2.5 x 3.9" images
  • Built-in 90mm lens provides a 35mm equivalent focal length for a comfortable, general wide-angle perspective
  • A choice of f/8 or f/22 aperture settings is available to adjust exposure and depth of field
  • Three zone focusing settings let you work with a variety of subjects: close-ups with the 2' position, portraits or other nearby subjects with the 3.3-6.6' setting, and everything else with the infinity position
  • Program auto mode automatically determines the appropriate exposure setting for a simple, intuitive shooting experience
  • Manual shooting control is also possible with the Bulb mode for making long exposures
  • Bottom tripod mount for stability when making longer exposures or group portraits
  • Automatic frame counter and motorized film ejection
  • Exposure compensation is available within a +/- 1 EV range
  • MX switch allows you to record multiple exposures on a single sheet of film
  • A built-in flash can be used to provide additional illumination, and the flash works in conjunction with the programmatic shutter to deliver accurate exposure results
  • PC sync socket lets you work with nearly any other flash lighting tool, ranging from small handheld flashes to studio strobes
  • Direct optical viewfinder allows you to easily and accurately compose imagery
  • Small built-in mirror on the front of the camera can be used to help compose selfies or other front-facing portraits
Lenses and Accessories
  • Lomo'Instant Wide Ultra Wide-Angle Lens Attachment broadens the field of view of the built-in lens to a 21mm equivalent focal length, and an accessory viewfinder attachment is also included for making accurate compositions with the wide lens in place
  • Lomo'Instant Wide Close-Up Lens Attachment can be added to the camera's built-in lens to shorten the minimum focusing distance down to 3.9" to suit working with close-up subjects
  • Lomo'Instant Wide Splitzer helps when taking multiple exposure photos by letting you shield a portion of the frame during an exposure, and shield a separate part of the frame during subsequent exposures
  • A set of four colored gels are included to add a burst of color to your flash photos
  • Included lens cap doubles as a remote shutter release for taking group photos or selfies

Lomography Lomo'Instant Wide Specs

Film FormatFujifilm instax Wide instant film
2.5 x 3.9" / 64 x 99 mm exposure area
Lens90mm Portrait lens attachment (35mm equivalent)
Focus TypeZone focusing, three positions
Focusing Range2' / 60 cm
3.3-6.6' / 1-2 m
Infinity
Shutter Speed RangeBulb Mode
Auto Shooting Mode: 8 seconds - 1/250 second
Fixed Shutter Speed Mode: 1/30 second
FlashAutomatic electronic flash & flash off mode
Guide number of 42.7' / 13 m
Shooting ModesProgram auto, bulb
Remote Control CompatibilityInfrared (built-into lens cap)
Power Source4 x AA batteries (1.5 V)
Remote control: 1 x 2025 battery (3 V)
DimensionsNot specified by manufacturer
WeightNot specified by manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.79 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)13.3 x 7.4 x 4.65"

Lomography Lomo'Instant Wide Reviews

A great camera for instant photos

By John
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-07-15

Amazing level of control for an instant camera. Ability to double expose and control exposure, as well as different lens options make this the best instant camera I've seen.

Not very functional

By Andrew
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2021-04-26

Only actual spits out about 50% of shots taken. Something doesn't work right away they half of the time. Waste a lot of images

Great buy!

By Joses
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-05-27

It has been a great camera while you have to keep in mind that its not a digital camera I have enjoyed it so much and have recommended it to everybody who asked me about it I want you to learn your focus distance it becomes a real pleasure to take with me everywhere I go would highly recommend anyone who wants a camera giving you Independence and freedom from all the binding things that go along with owning a digital camera

I havent had this much fun with an instant in a while

By Deborah
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-05-13

You cant really go wrong with this fun little camera. I am impressed with the results Ive been getting. It seems a little more predictable than my Polaroid and Instax cameras. If you want to try the wide format instant film, youll really enjoy this camera.

Fun - interactive-

By Eva
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-08-09

This a suitable replacement for my Polaroid Land Camera. The ease of use and different focal points and features just makes this a stand out camera. The colors are bright. Im still using all the features.

Amazing pictures and great fun

By Thomas L
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-06-05

It's not perfect. It's made of plastic and a cheap feeling paper like material. But I didn't buy it because I thought it was the quality of a $5000 DSLR. I bought it to have fun and be creative without using a computer to alter my image into something unrealistic. The outdoor pictures I have taken have all turned out amazing. You have to keep in mind lomography is not about super precise professional type pictures but rather just having fun. A lot of people say it over exposes in bright sunlight and they are probably right but in my experiences I think they look great. It is an instant camera using ISO 800 film so if you are expecting sharp digital quality photos.... buy a digital camera. For me it is so much fun to use and experience the magic of instant photos again without the disappointing wait times. The focus system does require you to have ability to judge distance somewhat accurately. The .6 meter setting is great for a close up portrait and has come out great for me every time in natural light with no flash. Indoor with flash has not been so great but I've only shot a few. When you get further away the judgment of distance and the markings on the lens become more important. A lot of people complain about the markings but I have found if the subject is about 3-4 feet away I go half way to the 1-2 meter mark. 4-6 feet away on the mark and 6-10 feet away between the 1-2 meter mark and infinity. Anything past 10 feet just set it to infinity. The close up lense is tricky to get the distance correct but like I said previously it's about taking pictures and having fun. It's awesome when you get that flower petal perfectly focused but it's still pretty cool when the leaves behind it are in focus and the petals are a little blurry. I really like the kind of dream state looking pictures it produces. I'm no pro but I love instant photos. Don't listen to all the negative Nancy's and just buy this camera for what it is....fun. Be creative and take pictures

Defective and potentially dangerous

By Erinne
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2022-03-10

The camera worked well for the first 15 shots of film I took. However, I noticed the camera wasn't working (nothing happened when I pressed the shutter button) and checked the batteries to see if there was a problem. The batteries were incredibly hot, and there was a distinctive burning smell coming from the camera. I was scared that a potential electrical fire would start, so I took out the batteries and stopped using it. Maybe mine was a defective model, but this was a total waste of money.

The Wide format the camera.

By Vivian
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2022-02-08

The best part about this camera is the wide format. The camera itself seems really inconsistent deciding the right exposure. I would say I only got 4/10 photos with the right exposure. I tried adjusting the exposure, flash but it decides the exposure based on the light hitting the meter and not an overall exposure. Nevertheless you might be surprised with the photos and start loving it. But this isn't even my biggest complain, the worst part about the camera is the eyepiece. You'd probably need 20 tries until you understand how to frame with the totally offset eyepiece.

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