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LC-A Anniversary Competitions & Quizzes

The LC-A didn't make it this far without its competitive spirit. So we challenge you to raise your LC-As, keep your eyes on the great prizes and shoot to win! All the current LC-A submissions to ongoing an recent competitions can be found here. What kind of shindig would we be hosting if we didn't throw in a few party games? Check out our quizzes that will tease and test your LC-A knowledge and cunning.

All your fabulous submissions to these projects, be they pucker photo uploads, peachy postcards or tantalizing tales, will find their way into our special LC-A 25th anniversary touring exhibition which will culminate in a grand slam final event!

History

Dig a little deeper in the LC-A’s history and you will begin to see the true value of this gorgeous treasure. Read more about the LC-A’s history

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Specifications and Accessoires

What could be better than the original Lomo LC-A? The Lomo LC-A+, of course. Check out all classic and new features of the legendary LC-A

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LOMO LC-A BIG BOOK

Two years in the making, this book brings together the complete, never before published, 25 year history of the LOMO LC-A. read more

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    Read More

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    Read More

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    Read More

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    Read More

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    Read More

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    Read More

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    Read More

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    Read More

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    Read More

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    Read More

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    Read More

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    Read More

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    Read More

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    Read More

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    Read More

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    Read More

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    Read More

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    Read More