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Lomography Experimental Lens Kit For M4/3 Cameras

Lomography Experimental Lens Kit For M4/3 Cameras - Lomography has announced a kit of three experimental lenses for Micro Four-Thirds cameras.

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Lomography lens kit

Lomography has launched an experimental lens kit for Micro Four Thirds cameras. 

The kit includes a 170 degree fisheye lens, standard zoom lens and a wide-angle 12mm lens, as well as colour gel filters. 

The kit allows you to take real optical multiple exposures on a digital camera, as well as shoot photos with effects like extreme colour saturation. 

By using the built-in mechanic N/B shutter on each lens, you can take multiple exposures with ease (without having to merge photos together using post-production techniques). You can shoot as close as 5cm with the Fisheye lens and as close as 20cm with the 12mm Wide-angle lens.

Lens Specifications: 

Lomography M4/3 Multiple Exposure Wide-Angle Lens 12mm
  • Focal Length: 12mm
  • Aperture: 1:8
  • In-lens Shutter Speed: N (1/100) & B (bulb)
  • Lens Mount: Micro 4/3 Lens Mount
  • T-shutter: Yes
  • Filter Slot: Yes
Lomography M4/3 Multiple Exposure Standard Lens 24mm
  • Focal Length: 24mm
  • Aperture: 1:8
  • In-lens Shutter Speed: N (1/100) & B (bulb)
  • Lens Mount: Micro 4/3 Lens Mount
  • T-shutter: Yes
  • Filter Slot: Yes
Lomography M4/3 Multiple Exposure Fisheye Lens 160°
  • Angle of view: 160 degrees
  • Aperture: 1:8
  • In-lens Shutter Speed: N (1/100) & B (bulb)
  • Lens Mount: Micro 4/3 Lens Mount
  • T-shutter: Yes
  • Filter Slot: Yes
The three lens kit will cost £79. For more information, take a look at the Lomography website

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Dann 1 205
17 Oct 2013 6:35PM
Interesting.. Paul..?

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Paul Morgan e2
13 15.7k 6 England
17 Oct 2013 7:26PM
Lol there neat, they would be fun attached to the mini Smile
Dann 1 205
17 Oct 2013 8:44PM
Aren't they!? VERY tempted...
Paul Morgan e2
13 15.7k 6 England
17 Oct 2013 10:22PM
I`m just thinking of there uses for video Smile
18 Oct 2013 9:35AM
I quite like em.

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