Introducing The Brand New LC-A 120 - The Most Compact & Magical Fully Automatic 120 Film Camera Ever!

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Get ready to think fast and shoot faster! Today, we are thrilled share with you news of the brand new LC-A 120 Camera. Load it with any 120 film roll and experience the thrill of medium format photography. You’re sure to soak up all the action in every square shot with its fantastic 38mm f/4.5 wide-angle lens (equivalent to a 21mm lens on a 35mm film camera). It’s available for Pre-Order: Extremely limited first batch stock of only 500 cameras!

The LC-A 120 is the pinnacle of over 20 years of Lomography experimentation, innovation, sleepless nights, crazy ideas and even crazier discussions; it is the perfect encapsulation of our legendary 10 Golden Rules in action! Don’t miss out on your chance to be one of the very first people on Earth to own one. We only have 500 of these handmade cameras available in our first pre-order batch, so order now in the Lomography Online Shop to receive yours in time for the holidays.

  • Shoot square photos on all types of 120 film
  • Super compact body
  • Wide-angle 38mm f/4.5 wide-angle premium glass lens
  • Programmatic auto exposure
  • Shoot Multiple exposures
  • Shoot Long exposures with rear curtain flash
  • Cable Release and Tripod thread
  • Four-step zone focusing with a closest focusing distance of 0.6m

Pre-Order Now or Visit the LC-A 120 Site

Please note: Delivery date before the holidays is an estimate only, not a guarantee.

written by shhquiet on 2014-09-08 #news #medium-format #120 #lc-a-120

35 Comments

  1. digitaljunk
    digitaljunk ·

    Wow, really like the idea of the LC-A on medium format in a compact size. Would love to try this camera out!

  2. priyotrilaksono
    priyotrilaksono ·

    wow, the vignette... very clearly visible

  3. stratski
    stratski ·

    Huh, I actually like this. If only I was willing to spend 400 bucks on a camera...

  4. wonderer
    wonderer ·

    Thanks, but no thanks.

  5. cabreb
    cabreb ·

    I was hoping for a proper square format camera... With 400€ you can have something better than this.

  6. cabreb
    cabreb ·

    *square 35mm camera

  7. davidobryan
    davidobryan ·

    I would love to get this. Does anyone know the dimensions?

  8. digitaljunk
    digitaljunk ·

    @davidobryan It's on the shop page for pre-order, under the 'Features' tab: "Dimension: 134.5mm(w) x 108mm(h) x 62.5mm(d)"

  9. davidobryan
    davidobryan ·

    @digitaljunk Thanks! That seems pretty compact.

  10. djramsay
    djramsay ·

    looks great but too expensive when i already have 3 120 cameras and a LCA+ Russia day

  11. susielomovitz
    susielomovitz ·

    LOVE IT! I LOVE IT!

  12. dudizm
    dudizm ·

    great idea but for the lens LSI could have make better than 4,5f and sold it shipper with 400 euros you can have a great second hand 6x6 (bronica, mamiya, et..).
    LSI lower your prices!

  13. dudizm
    dudizm ·

    great idea but for the lens LSI could have made better than 4,5f and sold it shipper with 400 euros you can have a great second hand 6x6 (bronica, mamiya, et..).
    LSI lower your prices!

  14. freelancer
    freelancer ·

    Hahaha… come one for 400€ you will get a Mamiya, Bronica, or Rolleiflex with a awesome 2.8 Lense. But wait, I forgot It´s Lomography - don´t think just buy….ahhhhh…. shoot. Sorry but the price is absolutely ridiculous

  15. jimjimm
    jimjimm ·

    definitely..100% agree with most of the sentiment here about the price being too high....:(....

  16. pan_dre
    pan_dre ·

    @freelancer It's hard to compare pricewise since these are all second hand and already years old and feature wise since they are SLR or TLR systems (mostly non-automatic). We're excited to have this fully automatic and super compact medium format camera out now for you.

  17. stouf
    stouf ·

    Holly shit this is awesome! Me want.

  18. triky76
    triky76 ·

    @susielomovitz yo añadiría la quiero la quierooooo

  19. sandravo
    sandravo ·

    Oooh... You can add my name to the want list! This looks look very good! Granted, not the cheapest camera, but in all honesty: if this was an old russian camera it would be so wanted price would be high as well. And these thing will be brand new!

  20. neanderthalis
    neanderthalis ·

    I want to see images of the back of the camera and listing of ISO range.

  21. susielomovitz
    susielomovitz ·

    @triky76 ¡SIIIIIIII!

  22. yerzmyey
    yerzmyey ·

    Arrrrrrrgh! It's AWESOME IDEA!!! :)
    I regret so much it's only a limited stock. :-\

  23. freelancer
    freelancer ·

    @pan_dre: the vienna press corpse intervenes. I´m sure it will find it buyers ;-)

  24. mmxi
    mmxi ·

    People are probably saving their $429 for the new medium format iPhone.

  25. trash-gordon-from-outer-space
    trash-gordon-from-outer-space ·

    haha @mmxi

  26. pearlgirl77
    pearlgirl77 ·

    @mmxi haha yeees

    and i will see the camera in this size for mf like this one! really more!!! you should think about the prices of the old cameras ( you get for this price today) when they were new!!

  27. electrozity8
    electrozity8 ·

    I feel like the Holga would somewhat undermine this since it does the exact same thing. And if you want a compact medium format camera then you would be getting something like a Bessa, or even the Belair for that matter.

  28. austex
    austex ·

    Holga only has two apertures, one shutter speed, and a plastic lens with much lower resolving power. I'm not saying the LC-A 120 is a technological marvel, but it has a much broader shooting envelope than a Holga. It can also automatically adjust shutter speed (and aperture?) to ensure proper exposure. Some of the sample photos are tack sharp, even at infinity. That's impressive. Let's hope the production lenses look as good.

  29. mrmaart
    mrmaart ·

    i like it a lot and hope the camera is truly compact. would love to see a picture of the LC-A nexdt to his 120 brother for comparison. @pan_dre - you can fix that at HQ right? also, does the camera has a fixed F/4.5 or does he adjust the aperture automatically like the LC-A does, to ensure the vignetting?

  30. elvismartinezsmith
    elvismartinezsmith ·

    Well done! Been dreaming of that for years. Yes very expensive as usual but if it is a real LCA, not a toy like the Belair, I'll be happy to save money to be able to get this. People who bought the Belair, please don't complain about the price here hahaha, people who bought a regular LCA, same. LCA is unique, can't wait to shoot with the 120 version (but hey LSI, if it's not a real LCA I will definitely stop trusting you)!

  31. digitaljunk
    digitaljunk ·

    @mrmaat the tech spec says: "Aperture range: f/4.5- f/16 (programmatic)" so not a fixed aperture

  32. darko_
    darko_ ·

    For those who are complaining for high price and saying that many cameras are cheaper: please let us know which medium format camera with this wide angle lens is available for this price or less? Lats time I checked Holga and Bronica and other similar used cameras had ~80mm lens, not wide angle lens.

  33. guanatos
    guanatos ·

    nice!!! it is a wonder it didn't come in sooner... I know what I want for x-mas this year :)

  34. ron
    ron ·

    would like to point out that the only 120 camera with same lens specification is the very perfect Hasselblad SWC (well of course no vignetting....) !

    be frank, I like LCA120's compact and vignetting on such AOV better then SWC

  35. ihave2pillows
    ihave2pillows ·

    Wish list!

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