The Lomo LC Wide camera can also be attached to a special Fuji Instax back. I
had a LC-A and an Instant
kit for cheap(shown here). A small format is not suitable for the
instant format in principle, not even for the Fuji Mini, but I had seen the results with my LC-A kit. There is heavy vignetting,
the Lomo style, but nevertheless there are Instant photos. So I wanted to know how the LC Wide would perform.
The box with the adaption kit.
kit contains a correction lens to put in front of the camera lens and
attached to the Instant back and correction lens in front of the camera
lens. It'a magnetic, attaches well and it's only made of plastic. The newer
LC-A+ models already have hinges which are detachable.
The kit ready to shoot.
First test on a dull day. It's ultra-wide.
The vignetting is quite similar to the LC-A.
Photo taken at 30cm (!) distance, aperture wide open. It's pure Lomo style. The camera on the photo is a Konica Pearl IV.
Instant back for both Lomo LC cameras is more a gadget. But it's fun to
have and gives immediate results. So I will keep it and it will not end
in a DIY project.