Introducing the Lomo'Instant Automat Glass Magellan


Taking our most advanced automatic instant camera to new heights, we’re excited to introduce the Lomo’Instant Automat Glass Magellan!

Inspired by stargazing observatories and pioneering explorers that pushed the boundaries of discovery; we’ve created a beautiful 38mm glass lens to produce clearer, sharper instant pictures than ever before. Multi-coated to minimize reflections, this latest optical advancement captures wide-angled memories exposed to perfection.

The Lomo’Instant Automat Glass Magellan has a closest focusing distance of 0.3m so that you can fill your frames with gorgeous details and a remote control shutter release so that you can shoot from the center of the action. What’s more, it’s packed with creative features including Bulb Mode, Multiple Exposure Mode, Color Gel flash filters, and Splitzer and Close-Up Lens Attachments! With a galactic black design and fluorescent orange details, it’s not just your mini masterpieces that will be turning heads.

Head to the Lomography Online Shop to pre-order your Lomo’Instant Automat Glass Magellan now!

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  1. fbeudaert
    fbeudaert ·

    Gorgeous camera <3

  2. bewar3them00n
    bewar3them00n ·

    Just ordered one of these! Wide angle, fast glass lens!! Instant heaven

  3. m_bartosek
    m_bartosek ·

    awesome! please make this in the wide format too!!!

  4. cabreb
    cabreb ·

    I was wondering about exposure: 1/250 @ f/22 with instax mini (that is 800 ISO) shouldn't be overexposed in full sun?

  5. moonmind
    moonmind ·

    @cabreb Yes, there are limits even in bright-ish light (Sunny 16: fuzzy shadows - i.e. f/11 at "1/ISO"s); I tried "-1" to get sky colours back, but it had no effect on the (slightly) overexposed result, so I clearly had reached the system limit - shortest/smallest setting resulted in roughly two stops of overexposure in the brightest regions in the sky. So a ND4 filter (2 stops) should be enough to tackle such situations. That's what I'm going to try next.

  6. cabreb
    cabreb ·

    @moonmind the only problem with an ND filter is that the camera won't compensate the exposure, as the sensor is not under the filter. This could be a problem whit instax' narrow latitude... Still, it's a nice camera, but too expensive for me :)

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