Russian imaging giants Lomo have developed the first instant camera with a wide-angle multi-coated glass lens. With everything you need to capture anything in crystal clear, razor-sharp definition, a focal length of 38mm squeezes more into your happy snap. The multi-coated lens reduces reflections and creates crisp and vibrant prints. It also has the maximum aperture of f/4.5, the largest of any instant camera on the market.
Users can switch to auto mode for perfectly exposed shots and shoot in low-light without the flash. The lens cap doubles as a remote-control shutter release, so group shots and selfies are made easy, or you can take shake-free long exposures from up to five metres away.
The Lomo’Instant Automat Glass Magellan is packed with additional creative features, like the close-up lens attachment, spiltzer, bulb mode, multiple exposure mode and colour gel flash filters just to name a few, making the creative possibilities practically endless with this little camera. Currently available for pre-order, each one will receive a free Lomo’Instant Automat strap and four extra colour filter gels. At $250, with an estimated delivery time of mid-April, it’s a bargain, so be quick and snap this up before they sell out.