Fujifilm released their new Instax format and hybrid camera SQ10, which means it’s both digital and analog. Recently, Lomography announced their Lomo Instant Square, which is also going to use the Instax format.
The Instant Square is completely analog and it has a complete retro design, including a foldable bellow lens. The lens has a focal length of 95mm, or 45mm equivalent, and a portrait lens attachment is also available for this analog camera.
The automatic mode is going to make sure that all of your photos get the right exposure, according to Lomography. The camera comes with a bunch of other cool features as well, including multiple exposures and a self-timer. A shutter release control is also placed in the camera body, and you can take it out whenever you need to use it.
The Lomo Instant square has an early bird price of $129 on Kickstarter, it will cost $199 later. You can choose from multiple color variants, including black, white, brown leather, red leather, and a Kickstarter exclusive color. The worldwide shipping of the product is planned for February 2018.