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Shooting with 120 Degree Angle: Horizon Perfekt

Wide angle lenses normally cause deterioration. But this one saves you from having defects because the lens of this camera swings side to side itself as well.

Photo by lisamariesimpson

When nural gave me Horizon Perfekt to try, she told the people around her “After giving it a shot, she is totally gonna buy one for herself!” When I was handing the camera back to nural I may have drooled on it because it is more than awesome!

Photo by lisamariesimpson
Photo by lisamariesimpson
Photo by lisamariesimpson
Photo by lisamariesimpson
Photo by lisamariesimpson

I tried it with two different rolls. One of them was Lomography Tungsten X 64 with which I shot the pinks. The other roll that I shot the yellows with was Lomography xPro Sunset Strip 100. I think the reason the colors turned out a little bit different was the filter on the camera. Unfortunately, there was way too much light in the photos because I lowered the shutter speed too much. In spite of it, I had a lot of fun with this camera.

Photo by lisamariesimpson

You can adjust the shutter speed and diaphragm. If you are in a place where there is not enough light, you can also use the bulb mode. When you put it on bulb mode, then the lens swings more slowly.

Bulb Mode
Photo by lisamariesimpson

You can check this camera out at the Online Store

written by lisamariesimpson and translated by mascakir

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The original version of this article is written in: Türkçe. It is also available in: 日本語 & 中文(繁體版).