Funny thing is, I've seen "Lomography Film" for sale in a few stores - regular 120 in a nice fancy "LOMO" branded box, for way more than I could buy it in the regular yellow or green box. . . . . talk about ripping you off!!!

I guess if Lomo et al are not "real cameras", then all those people who started out using Box Brownies weren't shooting on real cameras either.

Who cares if they're overpriced, dark-boxes with coke-bottle lenses? The people that are using them are more often than not, overcoming the limited abilities of these plastic ogres to create some outstanding images; sure they results mightn't be to everyone's taste, but can't that be said for all forms of photography/art?

To each their own, and long live film - in any shape or form it is used to create pictures.