Get a first-hand experience of analog photography by using the Lomography Lomo Automat Cabo Verde instant camera. It captures pictures with the Fujifilm Instax Mini film. This camera is equipped with a 60mm focal length lens, having an aperture range from f/8 to f/22. The camera has a super straight-forward zone-focusing system that works in focusing ranges 0.6 m, 1–2 m, and infinity. An infrared remote control is incorporated into the lens cap. This camera includes auto and bulb shooting modes as well as multiple exposure modes to make your captured images look unique. Along with these features, an automatic electronic flash, a digital exposure counter, colored gel filters, and a tripod mount are also included.
Optics and Focus
The 60mm focal length lens of this Lomography camera is ideal for capturing long shots as well as close-ups. With the zone-focus system, the camera’s focus range can be set at 0.6 m, 1–2 m, or infinite. The fully automatic shutter senses the brightness in the scene and adjusts its speed accordingly. Additionally, the aperture and flash are also automatically calibrated to bring the highest-quality results in the image. The two shooting modes, auto and bulb, automatically determine the exposure required in the scene and provide a continuous exposure up to 30 seconds, respectively.
Screen and Sensor
This Lomography camera has a direct optical viewfinder that allows you to view the scene for finalizing the shot. With the camera’s light-metering function, you get clear and vibrant results in varied light conditions.
Image and Video
The Lomo Automat Cabo Verde works with the Fujifilm Instax Mini film. There are multiple exposure modes included in the camera, which are useful when layering more than one shot in a single frame. The provided colored gel filters let you try different color shades to make your captured photos look unique.
This camera from Lomography has a built-in flash that helps in clicking photos in dark or dim areas. With the flash guide number up to 9 m, you get an idea of the amount of exposure needed in a scene. The camera’s lens cap also works as an infrared remote control that can work from up to 2 m and 5 m from the camera when outdoors and indoors, respectively. An LED film counter notifies you about the number of exposed frames. The camera has a 43mm front thread and a tripod socket. Also, it is lightweight and uses two CR2 batteries for power. A wide-angle, close-up, fish-eye lens, as well as a splitzer are provided with the Lomo Automat Cabo Verde.