Lomography’s new Analogue Aqua is a simple-to-use, reloadable camera, which comes in an underwater case, depth-rated to 10m.
The camera is available in two versions, pre-loaded with one of two Lomography films: Colour Negative 400 for classic analogue character or LomoChrome Purple for violet tones. Once the 27-exposure, pre-loaded film is full, it can be replaced with another roll. The Analogue Aqua operates on a single AA battery, features a basic fixed-focus, 31mm F9 lens, with allows one to focus on anything from 1m (3ft) to infinity. The camera has a permanent, fixed shutter speed of 1/120s. In addition, it features a built-in flash (with a recycle time of 15 seconds).