Atlas Expands Orion Line with 18mm, 135mm, and 200mm Lenses

Atlas Adds 18mm, 135mm, and 200mm Lenses to its Orion Line

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Atlas Adds 18mm, 135mm, and 200mm Lenses to its Orion Line

Expanding the Options for Photographers

Atlas, a leading manufacturer of high-quality camera lenses, has recently announced the addition of three new lenses to its popular Orion line. These new additions include an 18mm wide-angle lens, a 135mm portrait lens, and a 200mm telephoto lens, providing photographers with a wider range of options for capturing stunning images.

Enhancing Creativity and Versatility

The new 18mm, 135mm, and 200mm lenses are designed to enhance creativity and versatility for photographers. The 18mm lens is perfect for capturing expansive landscapes and architecture, while the 135mm lens is ideal for portraiture and capturing fine details. The 200mm lens provides photographers with the ability to capture distant subjects with exceptional clarity and sharpness.

Exceptional Quality and Performance

As with all of Atlas’s products, the new lenses in the Orion line are built to the highest standards of quality and performance. Each lens is crafted with precision optics and advanced coatings to deliver exceptional image quality, sharpness, and contrast. Whether shooting in low light conditions or bright sunlight, photographers can trust that these lenses will deliver outstanding results.

Compatibility and Adaptability

The new lenses are designed to be compatible with a wide range of camera bodies, making them versatile and adaptable for photographers using various camera systems. Whether shooting with a DSLR or mirrorless camera, photographers can easily mount and use these lenses to achieve their creative vision without any limitations.

Availability and Pricing

The 18mm, 135mm, and 200mm lenses will be available for purchase through authorized Atlas dealers and retailers. The pricing for these lenses will be competitive, making them an attractive option for both amateur and professional photographers looking to expand their lens collection and capabilities.

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