The Simple Use Cameras of Lomography could be easily mistaken for disposable cameras, however they’re not. Confused? Sure, I was the first time I read the press release since when I looked at the cameras the cameras straight away appeared to be disposables. After that, I started digging. The company Lomography refers to them as 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 can be placed directly to the flashes. They’re also priced a bit higher than the typical disposable camera however when you think about that they can be reloaded and, in certain cases, include gels for the flash, you’re being a poor deal.
PROS and CONS
Fun to play with
Black and White negative color, as well as Lomochrome Purple version
All ISO 400
Gels on the flash can be seen in certain cases
Easy to use, simply click and shoot
Specifications derived form the List of the Lomography
Analogue Made Simple: Lomography’s Simple Use Film Camera already loaded with film so that you can begin shooting right from the moment you open it.
Complete with Fantastic Film: This bundle includes the disposable camera, filled with Lomography Color Negative 400, Lomography Lady Grey ISO 400, and LomoChrome Purple ISO 100-400 film
Make your own art by using Colour Gel Flash Filters Combine and mix three Color Gel Flash filters in order to color your photos by using one of six shades.
You can take your camera wherever You Travel: Portable and light and compact, the Easy Use Film Camera can easily be your primary camera for shooting in the everyday.
Simple to Create Your Photos: Just hand in your film to the nearest photo studio. It’s simple and quick to have your pictures developed by LomoLab!
Reload If You Want: if you’re feeling like an analogue star You can try loading your camera again after you’ve completed the preloaded film. Be aware that loading film is a challenge and isn’t protected 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) with 15 seconds Recycle Time
Battery 1 x AA battery
Dimensions (mm) Dimensions (mm): 115x 60 x
The Simple Use Cameras from Lomography are available in three different varieties: LomoChrome Purple, color negative, and Black and White. With the color choices there are flashes with gels which can be combined or used in their own. The cameras’ fronts are equipped with a button that charges the flash, and there’s the lens as well as the viewfinder and flash.
On the top, Simple Use Cameras from Lomography include a button to open the shutter. It’s that’s all there is.
The back of the camera is where you’ll be able to focus your eyes on the viewfinder, and then wind the film in the direction you want it to go. After you’re finished, open the camera and load the film again in an upside-down fashion close it, before winding it up to the very end. The way the Simple Use Cameras from Lomography function is to unwind the film and then you move it forward.
The Simple Use Cameras from Lomography aren’t the most impressive cameras to be sincere. They’re made just like disposable cameras, but marginally more comfortable. They fit nicely in the hand , and because of their ergonomics, I’m inclined to love the cameras. They’re ergonomically appealing and can be put in pockets or bags without difficulty.
EASY OF Utilization
In essence, you need to keep in mind that you’ve included ISO 400 film in there. That’s the ISO 400 film that the light meter is made to work with. After that, you’ll begin shooting the film till it’s completely back into the roll. Then, you open the camera, load with film and wind and then you continue to shoot. In any case they’re set to take pictures with an ISO 400 and so you are able to put both film that is black and white in this camera, which is a color negative and much more.
The Simple Use Cameras from Lomography include a lens made of plastic on all of them. However the quality of the images are quite sharp. I would advise users to utilize a high-quality film and be cautious about distances to the subject. Everything is explained on the instruction sheet for the camera. However, considering that it is dependent on the type of film the camera is using, I’m happy.