Leica SOFORT Matte Black Instant Camera

Sep 25, 2018

Category: Tech

Leica’s first instant camera gives you a retro photography alternative to all the digital options for capturing moments you want to hold onto. In its initial release, the SOFORT camera came in white and mint colorways, but now it’s available in matte black.

Painted in a silky black colorway, the SOFORT looks undeniably more classic than its previous colors options. Allowing it to stand out just a little more, the name ‘SOFORT’ is featured in white on the black leatherette for a stylish accent. The reliable features haven’t changed, as the camera still has a 60mm lens with a f/12.7 aperture and the ability to snap 10 photos in color or vintage monochrome with each film cartridge. With ISO 800 speed, special exposure settings for macro, party and people, sport and action, double exposure, selfie, and more, this compact camera can capture your memories in a flash. Pick up the stealth black version of Leica’s SOFORT and frame your memories the old school way.

Purchase: $299

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