LOMOGRAPHY The Lubitel 166+ gives you a true analogue experience – it comes with a waist-level viewfinder, glass lenses and manual set exposure, HK$2,680










CHLOÉ The French fashion house reissued its cool camera bag (circa 2003) this year in celebration of its 60th anniversary. The chic rock ‘n’ roll bag features multizippers and over-sized buckles in full-grained calfskin, HK$18,090







HASSELBLAD The iconic manufacturer created the camera with which Neil Armstrong took the first images of the moon’s surface. The modern version – the Lunar – keeps its famous chromeplated frame with handcrafted details. The camera can also be customised in gold, platinum or bejewelled versions. About HK$50,400




LEICA The German camera maker’s signature X2 gets a sartorial boost with British menswear Paul Smith. The orange top plate and green cowhide leather wrap give the design a pop of colour. Each model comes with a designer camera protector and taupe leather carrying strap. Limited to 1,500 pieces, HK$25,000




PENTAX The Q10 digital camera is famous for its light weight and interchangeable lenses. You can even customise colour combinations for its body and grip. Up to 100 combos are available, HK$5,490 with two lenses






LOUIS VUTTION The logoemblazoned Damier graphite camera bag features various compartments for not only the camera but also extra batteries and memory cards, HK$27,000





ILOTT It's more than nostalgia that the manual Argus C3 offers. Its primitive diaphragm shutter is reliable at fast speeds and its lens captures images in sharp contrast. The vintage piece is available at Lane Crawford Home, HK$18,000