Lomo, the cheapy cold war-era Russian cameras, were rediscovered in the 90’s and have since gained a cultish following with folks that favor film over digital snaps. Lomos tend to produce saturated, bright shots with a bit of blur to them—they are unmistakably analog. Given that photography is the number one hobby in America, it’d be hard to go wrong with Lomo’s latest: Lomolito—a disposable camera with colored flash. $9.99 at Popdeluxe.