The Lomo LC-A Instant Back+ and its correction lens let you get extremely close to your subjects. For sharp-as-a-knife shots you need to set the focus of your Lomo LC-A according to the following chart printed right on your Instant Back. Some technique you’ll want to keep in mind: Adjust the ASA-settings on the camera for more control over your image. Indoor shots to normal daylight set to 200. Outside in bright light 400 and for night shots set to 100. Due to the automatic exposure setting of the Lomo LC-A always measures the light correctly so that you don’t really need a flash. Long exposures work like magic with Instax film and you should definitely try them.