Lomography Horizon Perfekt 35mm Panoramic Point & Shoot Film Camera


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Great working condition with 6 months warranty
8.5/10 well condition Lomography Horizon Perfekt 35mm Panoramic Point & Shoot Film Camera 

Experiment with a new world of panorama photography. The Horizon Perfekt lets you shoot crystal clear photos that are bursting with color and detail thanks manual settings that give you a new level of creative control. The camera’s full aperture settings provide incredible precision, giving you just the focus you want in every shot. Switch the shutter to a super-fast speed to capture split-second daytime images as they flash before your eyes, or scale it back when you want to create long exposure photos in low-light conditions. Whether you’re snapping photos day or night, you’ll be delighted with the shots created by your Horizon Perfekt.

Cable Release Connection        Yes
Battery Type                                No
Available Apertures                     f2.8-16
Shutter Speeds                           1/125, 1/2, 1/250, 1/4, 1/500, 1/60, 1/8
Film advance                               Lever
Flash connection                         None
Focusing                                      Focus-free
Focusing Distance                      1m (@f/16) - Infinity
Frame Counter                            Auto Frame Counter
Material                                        Plastic
Tripod Mount                               No
Lightmeter                                   No
View Finder                                 Real-image viewfinder


Reviewed by: renenob

One thing I love about this camera is the fact that it has multiple shutter speeds and apertures to choose from; hence you are not limited in terms of which lighting condition you should shoot. The aperture runs from f16 to f2.8, while the shutter speed choices are 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/60, 1/125, 1/250, and 1/500. It is notable the shutter speeds 1/15 and 1/30 are missing, possibly due to limitations in the camera’s mechanical space; although it would have been better if they were available. Nevertheless, this can be compensated for by adjusting the aperture to match the available shutter speeds.


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