Lomo'Instant Square Review

March 6, 2018 | Amy Davies | |

Review Roundup

Reviews of the Lomo'Instant Square from around the web.

wired.com »

Enter the Lomography Lomo'Instant Square. It's the first analog camera to shoot square Instax film. Like the SX-70, this camera is compact, and folds up when not in use. So far, so good…
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thephoblographer.com »

When Fujifilm came out with their own Instax Square camera, I found it to be a serious letdown; but now we’ve got the Lomography Lomo’Instant Square. This camera is far different; for starters, it’s actually analog. This will appease so many photographers who wanted something that wasn’t a digital photo being taken and then printed out onto a piece of film.
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uk.pcmag.com »

No cameramaker embraces that style of imaging more than Lomography, which strives to develop analog tools and imperfect lenses. Its first square format instant camera, the Lomo'Instant Square ($199), is a fine example of this, and a lot of fun to use. It's got a sharp lens, a folding design, and gives you the nostalgic, square instant format at a much more affordable cost per image than you get from Polaroid Originals (formerly the Impossible Project).
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