The Lomo LC-A is the Russian classic with customizable aperture settings. The Lomo LC-A+ has awesome added tricks like multiple exposure capabilities, extended ISO range up to 1600 and a cable release thread!
The first LOMO LC-A series went into mass production in 1984. Initially 1100 units were manufactured each month, solely for the Russian market. Following this first series and the ramp up period, which lasted approximately half a year - LOMO LC-A production was well underway. Up to 1200 people worked solely on the camera, 500 whom where assemblers. The LOMO LC-A quickly found its way into the hearts and pockets of the photograph-enthused Russians and after short times was exported to then Communist countries such as the Ukraine, Poland, Czechoslovakia and even Cuba.
Here on this Lomo LC-A's 29th birthday, we selected some of wonderful photos taken using the new Lomo LC-A+ from their gallery.