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It isn’t pretty, but it works. Edwin is a lens pieced together from part of an old enlarger and a 1948 Polaroid Land camera. It is named after Edwin Land, the founder of Polaroid. When paired with a modern DSLR (I use it with a Canon 5DmkII body) it is approximately equivalent to a 110mm lens and creates images that have a great nostalgic softness.

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The bulky, yet fun Edwin lens.

 

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Changeable f-stop and an added variable ND filter for more flexibility.

 

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The knob is for focusing.

 

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