- Achieve stunning panoramics with a mighty point and shoot
- Bright colors, punchy contrast and spectacular sharpness
- Two shutter speeds for round-the-clock fun
- Fuss-free swing lens with fixed aperture & focal length
Multi-coated glass lens is just as lovely as it sounds – a multi-element masterpiece that yields eye-popping color, jaw-dropping contrast, and slamming sharpness all around.
Swing-lens technology. Cocking the Horizon’s shutter charges the clockwork mechanics, and touching the shutter release sets the lens into motion. As the lens swings from side to side, a narrow vertical slit between the lens and film rotates along with it – thereby progressively exposing the film as the lens moves.
Dead-easy double exposures. The uncoupled advance and shutter allows you to take double, triple, quadruple (and more!) exposures on the same frame.
No batteries required Everything that the Horizon does is powered by a classic clockwork motor for a fabulously fuss-free, uninterrupted analogue experience.
Uses 35 mm film and there’s loads of that around. Check out our full, unique film range.
Day and night shutter speeds. The day setting shoots at 1/60 second, and works in full sunlight to partial shade. The night setting gives you ½ second – enough to make a softly lit street scene absolutely glow with color.
The fixed f/8 aperture yields excellent depth of field, sharpness and clarity.
The bubble-eye level through the viewfinder allows you to perfectly place the “horizon” of each photograph with pinpoint precision.
Using the standard 35 mm film, this analogue panoramic powerhouse yields a super-wide 58 mm picture, a full view of 120 degrees, with a “barrel effect” that only a swing lens can provide as opposed to most panoramic images that tend to crop the top and the bottom of the picture. A roll of 36 shots can give you 24 spectacular pictures bursting with gorgeous colours, amazing sharpness, and great saturation and contrast.
- Horizon Kompakt Camera
- Instruction manual