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The Atoll Ultra-Wide Art Lens
The Atoll Ultra-Wide Art Lens
Set your sights on new ultra-wide possibilities and drench every inch of your shots in stunning detail. The Atoll Ultra-Wide Art Lens is designed for full-frame mirrorless Canon RF, Nikon Z, Sony E cameras and rangefinder coupled for M mount cameras. Preorder yours today and be among the first to hold this incredible Art Lens in your hands. Estimated delivery of August 2021.
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"Having a lens inspired by the Lomo LC-Wide on a Leica, it's already very thrilling in itself. With an f/2.8 aperture, it's magical!"
— Philippe Multeau
Unparalleled Immersion
Unparalleled Immersion
With an impressive 103° field of view, 17 mm focal length and minimal distortion your Atoll Ultra-Wide Art Lens will exaggerate relative size and boast brilliant depth for exciting, absorbing, all-consuming shots. Thanks to the special close-up lens base you can get up to a tiny 0.1 m distance away from your subject and what's more, every lens comes with an external optical viewfinder for accurate composition with analogue cameras.
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"I really like wide-angle lenses, the images produced are quite punchy and it fits well with the idea I have of the Lomography movement."
— Philippe Multeau
Horsing Around
Horsing Around
Photographer Philippe Multeau is lucky enough to live in the idyllic Drôme department in the south of France. Armed with the Atoll Ultra-Wide Art Lens he captured his natural surroundings in all their tranquil, undisturbed, expansive beauty. His photos – littered with leading lines – pull you right in and it looks like he wasn't afraid to get up close and personal with the local fauna either! The Color Negative ISO 400 film makes his shots extra bright and punchy too.
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"Don't hesitate to get close to your subject and to play with the vanishing lines of the scenery."
— Philippe Multeau
We'd like to thank the following photographers for their photos: Joyce Yau, Sunsern Poontavee, Philippe Multeau, Travis Emery Hackett & Trev Lee
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