Lomography launched the Atoll Ultra-Wide 17mm f/2.8 Art Lens on Kickstarter. The lens will be available for Canon RF, Nikon Z, Sony E, and Leica M mounts.
The asking price for the Atoll Ultra-Wide 17mm f/2.8 Art Lens is $550 on Kickstarter. Doesn’t seem that much considering what the lens has to offer. Here’s what you can do with the Lomography Atoll Ultra-Wide Art Lens:
- Get intrepid – designed for full-frame mirrorless Canon RF, Nikon Z, Sony E cameras and rangefinder coupled for M mount analogue and digital cameras
- Stay extra – impressive ultra-wide 103º field of view with minimal distortion, vibrant colors and strong contrast
- Go bold – closest focusing distance of 0.1 m with Canon RF, Nikon Z, Sony E cameras and 0.25 m with M mount cameras
- Be brave – enhanced rectilinear optic design for eye-popping colors and stunning saturation even in low-light situations
- Roam free – compact prime lens optimized for photo and video with helicoid focusing mechanism, dampened aperture control ring and short focus throw
The Lomography Atoll Ultra-Wide Art Lens is designed for full-frame mirrorless Canon RF, Nikon Z, Sony E cameras and rangefinder coupled for M mount analogue and digital cameras.
In order to make sure this awesome invention could be used with as many camera set-ups as possible, Lomography cleverly designed it to work with Canon RF, Nikon Z, Sony E cameras when the close-up lens base is attached and M mount analogue and digital cameras when it is not. Voilà! Now you can render iconic Lomography aesthetics across an impressive field of view using digital and analogue cameras with just one compact prime lens. What’s more, our close-up lens base, beautifully designed to seamlessly integrate with the main body of the lens, allows you to focus at an amazingly close 0.1 m distance away from your subject for seriously intimate shots.
The Lomography Atoll Ultra-Wide Art Lens is also compatible with a wide range of other cameras with the use of separate adapters, check out our full compatibility list via the FAQs section for further details.