We received an invite today to a Lomography party that is all about, “Konstruktion.” And as Lomo usually is with their hints, they’re confusing as all hell. The company published a hint not long ago followed up by another. The only thing that I can think of is the fact that they are probably developing some sort of modular system into the LC-A+–as is evident from the design on the right in the photo above. The Diana F+ doesn’t have its lens that low down, but the LC-A+ does as does the LC-Wide. The cameras can already take Fujifilm Instax backs and natively shoot 35mm film–and if all this hype is over the fact that they can now adapt 110 film onto them, I think they’re going to be facing some pissed off journalists.
While some may think that the company is all about and just for the hipster folk and people who shop at Urban Outfitters, Lomography has been doing some really great things for the industry. Besides reviving 110 film, they also put out a semi-serious medium format camera in the form of the Bel-Air, which we just reviewed.
As always though, we’ll let you know what’s going on when we get the info.