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Lomography Neptune Convertible Art Lens System Now Available

Lomography has raised over double the amount needed to bring its Neptune system to life and it's now available for purchase.

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Lomography has smashed its Kickstarter goal to bring the Neptune convertible art lens system to market. 

Asking for $100,000, they have so far managed to raise $266,814 with 33 days still to go. 

The Neptune system consists of 3 parts - 3 interchangeable prime lenses, patterned aperture plates and a lens base that you can choose according to your system. 

Lomography's key points on the Neptune system:

  • Three Prime Lenses, Two Aperture Mechanisms, One Lens System: Combine the lens base with one of three convertible front lenses for different fixed focal lengths — 3.5/35, 2.8/50 and 4.0/80 — and alternate between a wide range of stopless apertures and special aperture plates using just one lens system.
  • An Expandable System to Grow with Your Creativity: The Neptune Convertible Art Lens has unlimited potential, and we’re already designing new lens components with unique effects and possible focal lengths ranging from an ultra-wide-angle 15mm to a 400mm monocular. To join us for every step of this creative journey, our backers will be able to vote to decide which focal length we create next.
  • Stunning Sharpness or Beautiful Bokeh: Each lens component is handcrafted using the finest glass optics for exceptionally sharp images and strong, saturated colors — even at the incredible closest focusing distances of 0.25m/9.8” (35mm), 0.4m/15.7” (50mm), and 0.8m/31.5” (80mm). Soften the sharpness using the special drop-in aperture plates and edge your frame with delicate, beautiful bokeh.
  • An Ultra Compact Solution for Beginners and Professionals: Giving you all the flexibility you need with a choice of three prime lenses while keeping your gear small and lightweight, the Neptune Convertible Art Lens System is everything you’ll ever need on any photography or videography venture. With a sleek and compact design, it’s easy to transport and discreet to use.

You can still back the campaign to get up to 45% off the products when they ship. 

Check out our reviews of other Lomography kit.


After a very successful Kickstarter campaign earlier in the year, the Neptune Convertible Art Lens System is now available for regular purchase. This is available online and in Lomography Stores. This lens system includes three prime lenses (3.5/35mm, 2.8/50mm or 4/80mm) and two aperture mechanisms.

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