Toy Camera

Toy Camera

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Within the field of photography, a toy camera refers to a simple, inexpensive film camera.
Despite the name, they are in fact always fully functional and capable of taking photographs, albeit with optical aberrations due to the limitations of the simple lenses. From the 1990s onward there has been interest in the artistic use of such cameras, both those designed for children such as the Diana, others originally intended as mass-market consumer cameras such as the LOMO LC-A, Lubitel, and Holga.

I prefer the Diana and the Holga.

 

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