help Japan quake victims with these Lomography cameras

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Lomography just announced three special edition cameras, the Diana & Flash, the Diana F+ and Fisheye 2. these three cameras were originally conceived to commemorate Japan’s Golden Week, but now these cameras have take on a whole new meaning. with the purchase of each camera, 20 euro will be donated to the Red Cross Relief Japan.
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the three cameras feature intricate pattern design on its body in a beige/brown theme, while the overall camera has cream white paint job. each model, has a Japanese name assigned to them such as the Diana Mini JIYU – Freedom, the Diana F+ KIRAMEKI – Sparkling and the Fisheye 2 SHIAWASE – Happiness.

prices starts from 79 euro for the Fisheye 2, 89 euro for the Diana F+ package and 99 euro for the Diana Mini. the trio is now available for order on Lomography web store. check them out. not only you will be getting an unique camera to satisfy your lo-fi photography addiction but you will be doing your bit to help Japan out of the unfortunate event.

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