The Lomography introduces the Lomo LC-A Minitar-1 Art 2.8/32mm lens, the optical system inherits from Lomo LC-A was born in 1984.
This is a new line of camera series lenses from Lomo LC-A a famous lens company. The Lomo LC-A Minitar-1 Art 2.8/32mm lens improved in compatibility with all Leica M-Mount range-finder and mirrorless digital cameras that give photographers more freedom to compose photos without bound as an old LC-A line.
This is an image of the original Lomo LC A Camera was introduced in 1984. This new type of lens allows users to achieve extra close focusing distances on mirrorless cameras by using specified M mount to mirrorless camera adapters.
The camera is known to capture images with brilliant color and vivid vignettes with stunning effect. The Lomo LC-A recreate the same look as the Leica M mount lines. It is a lens with a 32mm focal length, using aluminum and copper with the pancake design, it’s looking like a lens cap when mounted on the camera body.
In addition to controlling aperture, lens focusing system also follows the 5 elements 4 groups, making it a great choice for those who want to take pictures everyday or shooting photos with low angle or from the side.
The Lomo LC-A Minitar-1 Art 2.8/32mm lens is the 3rd line of the lens in the Lomography’s Art lens line, with the first being introduced as stream Petzval in 2013 and the Russar MR-2 line in 2014. The Lomo LC-A Minitar-1 will begin to be sold in July 2015 at a price of $349 for two color versions such as black and silver.
Lomo LC-A Minitar-1 Art 2.8/32mm lens Specifications:
- Lens focal length: 32mm
- Aperture: f / 2.8 – f / 22
- Mount type: Leica M-mount
- Closest focusing distance: 0.8m
- Optical Components: Multi-coated lens, 5 elements 4 groups
- Compact pancake lens design
- Lens body is made of aluminum and brass.