First produced in the Soviet Union in 1984, Lomo camera was designed as a quality snapper for everyday photography, complete with the iconic Minitar 1 lens for vivid, wide angle images and auto exposure for great snaps in all light. Oh yes – it was the camera that started the Lomographic Society 25 years ago.
The Lomo LC-A+ has always been worth its weight in gold, but now we can say that literally. This limited edition is gilded with 24 carat gold and wrapped in the finest brown leather. Available in a limited and numbered edition of 130, the Lomo LC-A+ Gold also comes with a wooden storage case, 2 rolls of Lomography 800 film, and a hardcover copy of Lomographiere.
If the classic version was so cheap that almost anyone could afford to buy one, we can not say the same about the gold edition. The Lomo LC-A+ Gold can be yours for about $600, which makes it a piece of luxury.