A New Mystery Product - For Every Photographer, On Every Occasion - Clue No.4


Have you figured it out yet? Think you might be close? Here’s a final clue in this silhouette to see if you can get there before we tell you:

With clues reaching out into the depths of space and spanning history, guessing our new Mystery Product is definitely a challenge!

Credits: neja, vicuna & sebastianerras

Well your wait is almost over, keep guessing in the comments below and see if you can piece it together before we announce our latest contribution to the photographic world in less than 24 hours!

2017-05-03 #gear #news #mystery #mystery-product


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  1. 1205442
    1205442 ·

    Digital camera with analog printing and 3 convertible lenses :)

  2. chethong
    chethong ·

    A hybrid of a moose, a door knob, and circus cup ride ?

  3. srcardoso
    srcardoso ·

    Looks like 3 lenses side by side, and one of them in some kind of a converter ou adapter.

  4. cabreb
    cabreb ·

    A lens with interchangeable front elements for various focal lengths...

  5. evansabahnurd
    evansabahnurd ·

    Well looks like lens, something to do with the (night?) sky, cars, there's 3 of them ???
    Ummmm maybe something to do with the length of focus? I think it might be something that can be used with analogue and digital.

  6. faaabii
    faaabii ·

    If this is a smartphone lens set I'll beat you up. Seriously.

  7. holgardo
    holgardo ·

    Zone plate

  8. aroundtheway
    aroundtheway ·


  9. herbert-4
    herbert-4 ·

    Whatever it is, I hope it's on at least an M42 mount!!

  10. herbert-4
    herbert-4 ·

    The silhouette looks like a large format Plasmat lens set.

  11. raab_ar-baar
    raab_ar-baar ·

    Combining rumours and clues it might be some re-incarnation of Jupiter lens with some mod options included.

  12. srcardoso
    srcardoso ·

    @faaabii 😂

  13. grunrader
    grunrader ·

    Guess the countdown banner graphic for this item is hint #5: a spot (apodization?), a swirl (mini petzval?), a tilt - in a single package?
    I have no idea how this would relate to the "space" theme though...

  14. cyauzen
    cyauzen ·

    @faaabii I'm getting really worried that you might be right. Cellphone lenses ... Oh my ...

  15. cyauzen
    cyauzen ·

    @grunrader I think you're into something. Maybe a Zenit-built Lensbaby competitor then.

  16. neja
    neja ·

    @chethong :))))))

  17. w-david
    w-david ·


  18. alienmeatsack
    alienmeatsack ·

    @herbert-4 The shape of the cones reminds me of one of my vintage add on lenses for I want to say an old Voigtlander or something. But I am guessing this is Jupiter something or phone lenses. I doubt its the phone ones, they learned their lesson with the M4/3 lens kit. Make it so it fits film and digital or it gets the hose again. :D

  19. herbert-4
    herbert-4 ·

    @alienmeatsack I hope that if it's a lens set, they make it M42 , at least, and ideally, T-mount with adapters for everything. Lomography development is very resistant to this. When the Petzvals were in the works, I had a long exchange of messages, and all they said was to buy a used Nikon or Canon. They seemed very young, aiming at common DSLR's, and all other possibilities seemed outside their imagination. All the SLR lenses Lomography makes should be on T-mount.

  20. dixonleung
    dixonleung ·

    Lens, adapters and car mount for astrophography

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