Japan inspired Lomography Cameras

May 30, 2011 · 1 comment

in Culture,Equipment,lomography,Product Reviews,wish list

In March 2011, Japan was devastated by a monster earthquake and tsunami causing billions of dollars worth of damage.

When these limited edition cameras were conceived, these cameras were meant to commemorate Japan’s Golden Week, a time for celebrating Japanese culture and taking a well-earned rest from work. Now, the cameras have taken on a whole new meaning; they have become a way to help a community with a lot of work ahead of them. Now by simply purchasing a Japan inspired lomography camera, you can help the community. With every purchase, EUR 20 will be donated to the Red Cross Relief in Japan.

Diana Mini JIYU – Freedom

The Diana Mini JIYU symbolizes freedom and has a delicate charm with its floral design and clean colours. It uses 35mm film that can be processed anywhere and produces beautiful square or half-frame photos.

Diana F+ KIRAMEKI – Sparkling

The Diana F+ KIRAMEKI sparkles with its intricate design and calming colours. This medium-format camera promises dreamy square photos and unlimited creative options when paired with Diana accessories.

Fisheye 2 SHIAWASE – Happiness

The Fisheye 2 SHIAWASE symbolizes the spreading of happiness and produces shots in a 170-degree radius – Your subject is captured in a fun, compact circle in each 35mm print!

All three cameras can be purchased from the Lomography online shop.

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Julian June 4, 2011 at 5:50 pm

Awesome!! Great tie in with the Red Cross Association :)

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