Here at iConsume we don’t think that a camera should just be something that you take a photo with, it should be an interesting accessory that puts the fun back into taking pictures! That is why we offer you a large selection of different cameras from brands such as Carhartt, LOMO Cameras and Polaroid.
We have a wide range of funky, retro cameras to suit many different tastes and budgets. Since a camera cannot work without all its necessary bits and pieces, we also stock a number of different camera accessories. Therefore, everything that you need to for taking photos can be bought right here at iConsume.
Photography has been around for a very long time; some of the principles of photography were even discussed by ancient philosophers such as Aristotle! However, it was not until the 1820’s that photography really began to develop and became known to the public. By 1840, an English inventor called William Fox Talbot had discovered how to make negative images. George Eastman discovered a way to use film in cameras in 1884.
Since that time there have been many further developments. Few markets have been impacted by technological advancements as much as the photography market. However, iConsume offers you many of the more traditional cameras that use still use films. You've come to the right place if you're looking for something a little different!
Cool Cameras From Popular Urban Brands Such As LOMO and Polaroid
Although Carhartt is usually associated with urban clothing, it has recently collaborated with PowerShovel, a Japanese company who is really passionate about analogue cameras. This limited addition comes in an awesome Carhartt style and colour.
LOMO cameras have been produced by this Russian company since the 1930’s. One of its specialisations lies in producing these awesome retro cameras. LOMO has a big selection of colourful retro cameras.
Founded in 1937, Polaroid is synonymous with producing the instant camera. Although they are no longer in production, there are still accessories and films available.
You can also pick up a copy of the long-running photography magazine Aperture.