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Lomography Konstruktor review: the $35 camera you build yourself

15
Jan
2014

Lomographys wide range of film cameras dates back to the early ‘90s, when some students in Vienna discovered the potential of the Russian LC-A, but shows no signs of slowing down — after all, if the company managed to survive the explosion of digital photography, phones are unlikely to be of much concern. Lomography puts out a variety of cameras that work with just about any film format still in production, but its most recent product, the Konstruktor, is at once one of its most conventional and radical: its a 35mm SLR, but one that you build yourself for $35. The Konstruktor is Lomographys first SLR with a more complex design than most of its other offerings, and yet the company has entrusted its customers with the construction. The Konstruktor is a proposition unlike any other, so let’s see how it — and its photos — turn out.

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