No street is too crowded and no road is too narrow for the wide wide world of the Horizon!
Take a walk on the wild side with only the widest one-eyed companion: Lomography's Horizon! Look left and look right before crossing the street as the Horizon’s 28mm multicoated swing-lens sweeps across and sees a full 120 degrees of vision. You have the choice for going for simpler and effortless panoramics with the Horizon Kompakt or the precise manual exposure settings of the Horizon Perfekt. Either way, you’re sure to get some mindblowing and stunning photos that no other camera can provide!
Don’t take our word for it though! Here’s some fantastic Horizon street shots from our Photos page uploaded by you!
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