Lomography, a bastion of analog photography in our digital world, has introduced a new steampunk-style version of their La Sardina camera and it is a beauty. Dubbed the Belle Starr, it sports “an oxidized metal body and ornate decorations”. It does seem like they were trying for a Old West theme, but the era is the same and modern camera with that look satisfies the retrofuturism nicely. And, like all Lomography cameras, it uses real film, which is retro as well.

The Belle Starr also features a giant flash that comes with different color filters, an 89° wide angle lens, a rewind option for simple multiple exposures, and easy support for long exposures. At $199, it is more than some popular digital cameras, but none of them look nearly as pretty.