Lomo LC-A #Minitar 32mm F2.8
Battery and film tested.
New light seals.
LED indicators are functional.
Lens and blades are clean.
Vintage lomography camera.
Asking Price includes postage as I am abroad.
Posting registered/priority (estimated time: 3-8 working days. Sometimes more, specially with the current situation these days, so delays can be expected.)
Postage cost is 10€ or parcel over 500g 22€. Please consider this when you make offer.
Also consider please paying paypal fees or send as family or friend option.
After offer accepted please complete payment within 24hours. I hold no longer than maximum 48 hours.
People without positive feedback or history need to follow up fast. No time wasters. Let’s do proper business.
If the camera has any issue I advertise accordingly and price reflects this.
I test every item with battery and film.
I supply video where I show full functionality of the item.
So this requires an email or phone number where I can send the video.
After you are happy with the item according to the video please and paid I offer No Refund!
Unpacking video is required upon receiving.
You are buying 2nd hand gear so I can not offer warranty, Neither responsibility transit damages.
I prepare parcels very safe for the cameras.
Looking forward to hear from you.
The only automatic function offered by the LC-A is exposure. Film loading, winding, rewinding, and focus adjustments are accomplished manually. Aperture can also be set manually, the shutter speed being fixed at 1⁄60 s (this ability was removed from the LC-A+).
Exposure is completely automatic when the camera is set to "A"; the shutter speeds range from 2 minutes to 1⁄500 s. The aperture range is f/2.8 to f/16. The automatic exposure system compensates for changes in light levels after the shutter is opened by increasing or decreasing the shutter speed. This, in conjunction with the rear-curtain flash-sync, results in interesting effects with flash photography in low ambient light levels.
The lens is focused by selecting one of four zones (0.8 m, 1.5 m, 3 m or ∞). Older versions of the camera feature viewfinder icons showing the currently selected focus zone, a feature omitted from later models.
A battery checking feature uses a LED inside the viewfinder; if there is sufficient power this illuminates whenever the shutter release button is lightly depressed. Another viewfinder LED illuminates whenever the camera's chosen shutter speed is below 1⁄30 s.