As your eyes cast on this, it looks like a masterpiece that belongs in an art gallery. The sturdy build with a sleek finish that comes in brass and black brings out all the aesthetics of the lens. The guys at Lomography are recreating the first photographic optic lens from 1839.
It is available in Canon EF and Nikon F mounts and compatible with other digital cameras using adapter mounts. Waterhouse Aperture plates were inserted into a shaft in front of the lens, which provides a simple way to control the aperture. The lens optical construction was modified to allow ethereal soft focus at apertures below F4 to sharper effects with deep contrasts at aperture F5.6 and more. Its focal length is set at 64mm and can support Standard, Lumière, and Aquarelle plates to create different effects in out-of-focus highlights.
Passionate photographers will always see taking pictures as an art form, but with this lens, users will be holding a work of art as they create more art.