Lomo LC-A+ Gold Camera Limited to 130 Pieces

Lomo LC-A+ Gold

The classic Lomo LC-A+ camera was produced for the first time in the Soviet Union in 1984 and it was popular because it was cheap, made of plastic. Now, its designers have announced the Lomo LC-A+ Gold which is smothered in 24-carat gold and it will be produced in only 130 pieces.

If the classic version was so cheap that almost anyone could afford to buy one, we can not say the same about the gold edition. The Lomo LC-A+ can be yours for about $600, which makes it a piece of luxury.

via Gizmodo

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