Lomography has launched a limited edition of its popular and iconic LC-A+ camera, which is the one that the company first started producing back in 1992.
London is set to complete its digital TV switchover this week, marking the end of 75 years of analogue broadcasting in the capital.
Lomography, the makers of the extremely popular analogue film cameras, has offered up some reasons why it thinks that it is proving so successful at the moment.
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Kodak, which announced last week that it was filing for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy protection in the United States, has confirmed that its film division will survive as long as it remains profitable.
Birmingham has been chosen as the next location for a pop-up Lomography UK store, following on from its permanent shops in London and Manchester.
While others may struggle in the face of recession, niche camera manufacturer Lomo appears to be going strong. Gary Wolstenholme visits the new Lomography Gallery Store in Manchester to investigate.
Lomography, the maker of analogue cameras, is opening a new shop in Manchester, the first in the UK outside London.