SKU: GC40-LP120INT

Lomography LC-A 120 Medium Format Camera

The Lomography LC-A 120 Medium Format Film Camera allows you to combine your love for analog photography with the ease of automatic exposure and aperture via its built-in light sensor. The camera shoots twelve 5.6 x 5.6cm square frames on 120 film, and provides features such as a four-step zone focusing system, multiple exposures, and long exposures with rear-curtain flash.

Separating this camera from most of Lomography's toy cameras is its multi-coated glass lens, the Minion XL. The lens gets its name by combining the Minister-1 from the LC-A with the popular "gon" suffix for wide-angle lenses of the past. It is a 38mm f/4.5 (21mm equivalent), the widest medium format lens on a Lomography camera. Shoot everything from wide landscapes to group shots of your friends with this compact medium format camera. Additionally, the camera comes with a 220-page hardcover book for inspiration.

Features:

Automatic exposure with a built-in light sensor

ISO selection dial for 100-1600 film speeds

Cable release and tripod threads

Built-in lens cover slides down over front element when the camera is not in use

A hot shoe allows for use of an external flash

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Product Overview

The Lomography LC-A 120 Medium Format Film Camera allows you to combine your love for analog photography with the ease of automatic exposure and aperture via its built-in light sensor. The camera shoots twelve 5.6 x 5.6cm square frames on 120 film, and provides features such as a four-step zone focusing system, multiple exposures, and long exposures with rear-curtain flash.

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