Thanks for all the positive comments! I bought mine used off ebay where you can find them at about 1/2 the new price. It’s the kind of camera that is given as a gift or bought on a whim so is used once then put away… to appear on ebay.
Most are missing the half and square frames, which is not surprising as they are tiny little things. Lomo customer service came through for me and found me a set.
I have also done this sort of thing w an old Zeiss 120 folder - you need the kind of camera that uses the red window to index the film advance as you can then ignore that!
I used the Zeiss to create this image reflecting the madness of Venice Beach, California.
The advantage of the Lomo LC Wide is that it makes it very easy to do, and the auto exposure works really well. Before I was made aware of this camera I was going to modify a Kodak Ektar H35 (that new Kodak half frame camera) by cutting out/opening up the built in inner frame mask. So that is a possibility.