Lomography, the camera company known for the Diana camera has announced a new camera called the Lomo’Instant Automat Glass. The world’s first instant camera with a wide-angle glass lens.
It has a 38mm lens on the front of the camera features 6 elements in 4 groups and a multi-coated front element. The lens has two apertures (f/4.5 and f/22) and a minimum focusing distance of 0.3m.
On the outside, the camera features a black faux-leather covering and a geometric design with fluorescent orange details.
Other features include a built-in flash, a powerful Auto mode, Bulb mode (up to 30 seconds), Multiple Exposure mode, shutter speeds of 8s to 1/250s, and +1/-1 exposure compensation.
Accessories bundled with the camera include a Splitzer for creative multiple exposures and a Close-Up Lens for getting even closer to your subject.
Here are some sample images available on Lomography’s website