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Fire up your creativity with the endless possibilities of the world's first Soap Bubble wide-angle fine art lens: Trioplan 35 f2.8
Fire up your creativity with the endless possibilities of the world's first Soap Bubble wide-angle fine art lens: Trioplan 35 f2.8
Fire up your creativity with the endless possibilities of the world's first Soap Bubble wide-angle fine art lens: Trioplan 35 f2.8
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Do you think of photography in black and white?

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 Dear Backers, 

we want to try something new.
Do you think of photography in black and white? Probably you don’t. Therefore, we try not to do so either with our lenses. 

Our development team for instance is trying quiet a lot different lens configurations until we decide for the most creative one, before we start our Kickstarter project. But what about the lenses’ look and feel? 

All our lenses are very traditionally built. They are made of high quality aluminium, which has a lot of positive qualities such as durability or dimensional stability. And this is what we are aiming for: To create the most creative lens with the best build quality in your collection. 

To display this creativity also in the product design, we want to offer you something new. The Trioplan 35+ in three colors: red, green and dark blue. The colorful editions will be strictly limited in quantity and become a real collector’s item. The three of them will be added as a new reward level. If you want to purchase them in every color, there is also a package with all three of them (1x red, 1x blue, 1x green available.)

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      Ben Chea
      Superbacker
      on March 24, 2017

      Ordered the Red, would prefer a copper/bronze model however! :D

    2. Hesham on March 19, 2017

      The Idea from the way of changing its cool..
      But to define colored lenses with higher price its wrong expectation in my humble opinion..
      because you already risking with production line for something new, and photographers will not buy before thinking 10 times or they are that much rich :)

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      Nausicaa on March 18, 2017

      I agree with Pierre!
      Cool idea but I'm not sure the colors you choose will work for most of photographers.
      The titanium is great but not worth it if you have already an early deal

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      David Perry on March 18, 2017

      It doesn't work unless the camera is the same, or a complementary, colour.
      Otherwise you risk it looking like a Holga auxiliary lens.
      Not my cup of tea, thanks, I'll stick with a black one.

    5. Meyer Optik USA 5-time creator on March 17, 2017

      @Pierre, maybe the Titanium version is for you?

    6. Pierre Bruchez on March 17, 2017

      I guess a lot of the photographer's world isn't ready for it....
      (i agree with Stefan) but a nice "bronze", "copper", or "graphite"
      ("graphite" will perfectly fit my fuji xpro 2 if i may suggest...)
      ;)

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      Stefan on March 17, 2017

      only if I get the camera in the same color

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      Sundeep Sembi on March 17, 2017

      Not for me Im afraid , makes they look like cheap toys

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      Shayne on March 17, 2017

      Kinda cool . Blows the whole subtle street shooter metrè out the window .

    10. Michele Marcolin on March 17, 2017

      Ugh! Not for me, thank you! ;-)