My Horizon Perfekt and its Case

2012-06-11 1

Here’s a review on how to keep safe your Horizon Perfekt in a secure place, with the Horizon Case Black!

Time flies… and it’s almost a year that I got started in this community that gives me so much joy. In March last year I got a Diana Mini for my birthday, and in April I was lucky enough to attend my first Lomographic workshop in Pontevedra.

In this workshop, I met a lot of fantastic people, and I also saw first hand some of the wonders that was showed in the Lomography website. I asked to test the LC-A+, but in the end, I actually fell in love wtih the Horizon Perfekt, after seeing the incredible pictures of some colleagues who chose it to spend the day. I’ll never forget blancarleal pictures, I loved them!

So after getting an LC-A+, a camera I thought it was a must, I decided to pile up enough piggies to make the wonderful Horizon Perfekt more affordable. And a few short weeks ago I got it, just for starting the year with a fun new toy.

I like to keep my cameras safe, so I didn’t miss the chance to get the original Horizon Case Black too, which happens to be out of stock usually, so I seized the opportunity. A camera like the Horizon must be well-protected and secure.

The case is leather in black color with a slightly retro look. It has a space just under the lid to store the handle of the camera, which is used to keep our fingers out of our pictures…which happens usually with this type of camera, if we don’t take precautions.

On top of that, the case has also a useful film roll holder in the belt.

So guys, if you have a Horizon Perfekt, don’t even think of it. It’s a camera special enough to be well-dressed. By the way, I think this case is also compatible with the new LomoKino, you can use it with it too.

The Horizon Perfekt shoots images the length of two standard frames. With full aperture and shutter settings, this premium panoramic camera gives you total control over your shots. Prepare to be blown away by the amazing Horizon Perfekt, available here.

The Horizon Perfekt and the Horizon Kompakt deserve a sturdy pouch for protection. Get the Horizon Case in our Shop now to make sure that your premium camera is safe from bumps and scratches!

written by mauky on 2012-06-11 #gear #accessory-review #case #analogic #leather #lomography #review #perfekt #user-review #camera-case #horizon #panoramic
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One Comment

  1. saidseni
    saidseni ·

    It works with Lomokino too but I'm in my second Horizon case and both broke the straps after a year usage... :/

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