One will find that many travelers and wanderlusts are photographers themselves. There's just nothing more satisfying for the vagabond at heart to immortalize the places and locations he goes -- whether it's a big city, a small town, a rocky mountain or an open sea. That's one of the joys of being both a traveler and photographer.
The 1958 Russar is reincarnated through Lomography's New Russar+ Art Lens with more features for your photography arsenal. With its 20mm wide-angle lens (max. aperture of f/5.6), you can stop and shoot at any corner of the world and not miss a single element from the scene. One of it's other best features is the lens is now multi-coated for flare reduction and surface reflection.
You can make the most out of your backpacking and adventures with the Russar+, just take a look at our collection of Lomographs using the art lens.