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Lomography 64/2.9 Daguerreotype Achromat
Old 12-15-2016   #1
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Lomography 64/2.9 Daguerreotype Achromat





This is Lomography's update of the first photographic lens ever!

Just arrived in Nikon and Canon mounts $499 INFO HERE

Thanks for looking!

Stephen
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Old 12-15-2016   #2
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This is something that is fascinating to me. Looking at the photos on the Lomography site, the images have that central sharp look, with softly blurred backgrounds and corners that is reminiscent of the images of the past. The pictures that Fenton took during the Crimean War, for example, have this feel.

The swirly bokeh of the Petzval lens makes me nauseous, and turns me off. But, this doublet is certainly intriguing. The bokeh is very natural and beautiful with this lens.
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Was this a Kickstarter originally?
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