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DigitaLIZA Max with smartphone (Pic: LOMOgraphy)
The DigitaLIZA Max includes a holder to use a smartphone (Pic: LOMOgraphy)

LOMOgraphy has announced the release of two new DigitaLIZA scanning masks for those wanting to scan their films at home.

“The brand-new LOMOgraphy DigitaLIZA+ and DigitaLIZA Max are new, all-in-one film scanning kits, ready to revolutionize your home film scanning experience and make it simple, fun and creative,” LOMOgraphy said in a press release.

LOMOgraphy is releasing the DigitaLIZA+ suitable for scanning both 35mm and 120 film, and the DigitaLIZA Max which comes complete with a smartphone stand for scanning with any model of smartphone. The DigitaLIZA+ costs £65 in the UK, while the DigitaLIZA Max costs £84.90.

LOMOgraphy listed the following features of the new masks (from the press release):

  • Tested by photographers all around the world and suitable for both beginners and advanced photographers, for scans at home on the go
  • Creates high-resolution scans using any smartphone or digital camera
  • Both kits include 35 mm and 120 film holders, a built-in backlight panel and a removable spirit level, plus scanning masks for standard 35 mm frames and 127 negatives
  • The DigitaLIZA Max includes a Smartphone Stand compatible with any smartphone
    Easily scan special formats like overlapping exposures, endless panoramas, film borders or exposed sprocket holes
  • The modular system can be easily adapted to your scanning workflows for fast, simple and creative scanning

The units will begin shipping in May.

DigitiLIZA Max with box (Pic: LOMOgraphy)
(Pic: LOMOgraphy)

LOMOgraphy has also released a selection of images scanned with the new masks, which you can see below:

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John Furlong
John Furlong
1 year ago

Having looked at the LOMO videos, I reckon the 120 film capacity is going to be a bit limited. 6×7 might just be possible, but 6×9 and 6×12 are non-starters.