Lomo LC-A+ Camera Goes High-End With 24-Carat Gold Finish

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Lomo cameras (back in the day) were popular as they were cheap as chips and almost disposable, made from just flimsy plastic. Now, they're coated in 24-carat gold and in limited edition runs of 130 pieces.

It'll still produce the same dreamy photos full of saturated colors and vignetted corners, but at $600 a piece it'll probably be relegated to a dusty shelf than actually be used. Still, I definitely want one—especially now that I can spoil the aesthetic completely with Lomography's new instant back accessory for the LC-A+. [Lomography via Retro To Go]