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The LOMO LC-A (Lomo Kompakt Automat) is a fixed lens, 35 mm film, leaf shutter, zone focus, compact camera introduced in 1984. The design is based on the Cosina CX-2.
In 2005, production of the original Lomo LC-A was discontinued. Its replacement, the LC-A+, was introduced in Fall 2006. While production moved to China , the LC-A+ featured the original LC-A lens manufactured by LOMO PLC in Russia. This changed in 2007, with lenses on all models since being made in China as well.
Some LC-As were sold badged as Zenith, this label was only a sticker underneath the lens. Zenit (Zenith in some countries) is a trademark of KMZ (Krasnogorsk Mechanical Works).
Lomography Effect : Cross processing
Cross processing (sometimes abbreviated to Xpro) is the procedure of deliberately processing photographic film in a chemical solution intended for a different type of film. The effect was discovered independently by many different photographers often by mistake in the days of C-22 and E-4. The process is seen most often in fashion advertising and band photography, and in more recent years has become more synonymous with the Lo-Fi photography movement.
Cross processing usually involves one of the two following methods:
Processing positive color reversal film in C-41 chemicals, resulting in a negative image on a colorless base
2. Processing negative color print film in E-6 chemicals, resulting in a positive image but with the orange base of a normally processed color negative.