The Simple Use Cameras of Lomography could be easily mistaken for disposable camera, however they’re not. Confused? Sure, I was the first time I was reading the press release since when I looked at the cameras they simply appeared like disposables. After that, I began to research. Lomography calls them Simple Use cameras. They’re designed to appear and function just like disposable cameras, however they come with some additional features, like the capability of reloading and, in certain cases, gels that are placed to the flashes. They’re also priced a bit higher than the typical disposable camera however when you think about their reloadability and, in certain cases, have gels to power the flash, you’re receiving a bargain.
PROS and CONS
Fun to play with
The black-and-white version negative color or Lomochrome Purple version
All ISO 400
Flashes can be coated with gels in certain instances
Simple to use, you just click and shoot
Specifications derived form the list of Lomography
Analogue Made Simple: Lomography’s Simple Use Film Camera comes loaded with film, so you can shoot right immediately.
Complete with Fantastic Film: This bundle includes an unrefillable camera that is filled with Lomography Color Negative 400, Lomography Lady Grey ISO 400, and LomoChrome Purple ISO 100-400 film
Be creative by using the Color Gel flash filters: Blend and combine three color gel flash filters and tint your photos using one of six distinct shades.
Bring Your Camera Anywhere You Take It: Portable and light The Easy Use Film Camera can easily become your preferred camera for shooting in the everyday.
Simple to Create Your Photos: Just hand in your film to the nearest photo studio. It’s easy and quick to have your pictures developed in LomoLab
Reload If You Want: if you’re feeling like an analog superstar Try loading your camera again after you’ve completed the film that you preloaded. Be aware that loading film is difficult and it’s not guaranteed by any guarantee!
Film Format: 35mm Film
Lens Focal Length: 31mm
Shutter Speed: 1/1200s
Focusing 1m to Infinity
Flash Built-in Flash (Press and Hold to Charge) 15-second Recycle Time
Battery 1 x AA battery
Dimensions (mm) Dimensions (mm): 115 x 60 x
The Simple Use Cameras from Lomography are available in three different varieties: LomoChrome Purple, color negative, and the black-and-white. With the color choices you’ll find flash gels which can be combined or used in their own. The cameras’ fronts include a button for charging the flash, and there’s the lens as well as the viewfinder and flash.
On the top, Simple Use Cameras from Lomography come with a button that lets you release the shutter. It’s that’s all there is.
The back of the camera is the place where you’ll look through the viewfinder, and then wind the film in the direction you want it to go. Once you’re done, you’ll open the camera and load the film again in an upside-down fashion then close it after which you’ll wind the film until the point of no return. The way in which the Simple Use Cameras from Lomography operate is that they dewind the film, and you then move it forward.
The Simple Use Cameras of Lomography aren’t the most impressive cameras to be truthful. They’re made just like disposable cameras, but marginally more comfortable. They are well-adjusted to the hand , and because of the ergonomics, I’m attracted to the cameras. They’re comfortable and ergonomic, and can fit into pockets or bags without difficulty.
EASY OF EASY
The most important thing to do is be aware that you’ve been carrying ISO 400 film in there. This is what the light meter was designed to work with. You then begin shooting the film till it’s completely back in the roll, then open the camera, load with film and wind and then you continue to shoot. Whatever you choose you do, the cameras will film in ISO 400 and so you can use film that is black and white in your color negative camera and so on.
The Simple Use Cameras from Lomography include a lens made of plastic on all of them. However the image quality is astonishingly sharp. I’d recommend users utilize a high-quality film and be aware of distances to the subject. The entire procedure is laid out in the instruction manual in the manual of the camera. Although, since this depends on the type of film the camera is using, I’m extremely satisfied.