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Tried, tested, and loved by photographers across the globe, the Lomogon Art Lens is built for chasing the horizon. With a perfect focal length of 32 mm, fast f/2.5 speed and unique rotating aperture, it's ready to ignite your flame of wanderlust. Join the hundreds of backers who already made this project successful, and secure yours at the best discounts still available before it’s gone!

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  • Lomogon Stories: Louis Dazy

    Lomogon Stories: Louis Dazy

    Four years ago, French photographer Louis Dazy picked up his first camera - a Nikon F2 - which sparked a new love affair with photography. He took the Lomogon lens with him when he visited Paris. Read more about his night out with friends in this chapter of Lomogon Stories.

  • Boris Brkovic on the Social Scenery of Addis Ababa with the Lomogon 2.5/32 Art Lens

    Boris Brkovic on the Social Scenery of Addis Ababa with the Lomogon 2.5/32 Art Lens

    The Ethiopian capital is captured in its most powerful and moving social landscape through the works of Vienna-based photographer Boris Brkovic and his Lomogon 2.5/32 Art Lens.

  • Lomogon Art Lens: First Impressions by Agathe Savonet

    Lomogon Art Lens: First Impressions by Agathe Savonet

    Agathe Savonet is a photographer and software engineer based in Paris, France. Aside from photography, she is also passionate about horseback riding. She tested the Lomogon Art Lens and now we bring you her first impressions.

  • Kevin Meredith: How the New Lomogon Art Lens is Renewing Classic Optics

    Kevin Meredith: How the New Lomogon Art Lens is Renewing Classic Optics

    According to longtime LC-A user Kevin Meredith, also known as lomokev, the Lomogon Art Lens is about to make the LC-A's iconic retro aesthetics more accessible than before.

  • Lomogon Wanderlust Diaries, Chapter 4: Travel

    Lomogon Wanderlust Diaries, Chapter 4: Travel

    Document your days with the wide-angled and wonderful Lomogon 2.5/32 Art Lens, as demonstrated by these wandering photographers.

  • Lomogon Stories: Óscar Arribas

    Lomogon Stories: Óscar Arribas

    Oscar Arribas is a photographer based in Valdeacederas in Madrid. He likes to wander around and take people's portraits and shoot landscapes. In this chapter of Lomogon Stories, he shares his thoughts on photography and using the Lomogon 2.5/32 Art Lens.

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