If you're a lo-fi or vintage geek lover, then you probably already know what a Lomo camera is. The coveted plastic point and shoot has been around for ages, but it's recently been experiencing a renaissance of sorts. People from all over the world are getting to know the Lomo (short for Lomography) all over again, and some for the very first time. These cameras may look cheap (they have a plastic lens, for Pete's sake), but they produce some pretty amazing photos. If you're jumping on the Lomo craze late and aren't sure which one to pick up, this slideshow will tell you the different features and attributes to each camera so you can pick the right model for you or a loved one. They make awesome Christmas gifts — I should know, I have a few on my own list!
geeksugar's Guide to Lomography Cameras