Film is making a comeback, baby. Nowhere is this fact more evident than on the internet, where posts about the Lomo’Instant line of ‘lomography’ cameras is ever increasing. There just seems to be something about film that makes for a “warmer”, more “authentic” image that digital photography just hasn’t been able to replicate. The newest addition to the Lomo’Instant family is the Reykjavik, a instant camera which is “clad in a beautiful blue color motif reminiscent of the Icelandic midnight sky” and is capable of taking multiple exposed instant snapshots, allowing you to experiment with long exposure and light painting or shooting sliced-and-diced photos.
With 3 kinds of shooting modes and an ultra-advanced lens system that allows for more creative photography, you’d be hard-pressed to find a more advanced film camera in production right now. If you’re curious then you should definitely check out their product page linked below where you’ll find purchase options in addition to more detailed specs.