Lomography has unveiled a third version of its LomoApparat 35mm camera, called the LomoApparat Chiyoda.
The latest edition of the camera, which was initially released last year, features a cream colour scheme and is named after a well-known district of Japan’s capital Tokyo.
Lomography said: “We are super excited to announce the NEW LomoApparat Chiyoda edition – a breath of fresh, cream-colored air, just in time for spring. With its wide-angle lens and leather exterior, it’s ready to capture all the colourful moments this season and beyond.
“Named for the historical district of Tokyo, Japan, which our Lomography+ team calls home, with its 21mm wide-angle lens, three lens attachments and exciting experimental features, it will help anyone’s creativity bloom. Photographers of all abilities and experience levels can enjoy shooting with this compact camera and get unique and authentically analogue images on 35mm film.”
The camera comes with a 21mm lens and also features an integral flash with accessory coloured gels, a kaleidoscope lens attachment and a Splitzer lens attachment for multiple exposures.
The new edition of the camera is available from Lomography now and costs £99.
The new camera’s release comes a week after Lomography announced its online Lomo School where budding analogue photographers can learn about various aspects of film photography.
You can see a gallery of images taken with the new camera and provided by Lomography below: