FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 1, 2005
CENTENNIAL, COLORADO-- The Stahlke-Kruzebynight Optik company today announced the introduction of a new line of lenses for large format photographers, the Hyperbolon Ultra Angular Deluxe Extreme Wide Field LS lenses.
The revolutionary new Hyperbolon Ultra Angular Deluxe Extreme Wide Field LS lenses are poised to take the large format photography world by storm. These earth shattering lenses feature a record breaking 179 degree angle of coverage that yields an astonishing image circle of almost infinite proportions.
The amazing Hyperbolon Ultra Angular Deluxe Extreme Wide Field LS lenses are based on a radically new time tested design. The use of advanced LS (lead
shielded) glass throughout means these lenses can be safely mounted in even the hottest new Cobalt 60 shutters.
The Hyperbolon Ultra Angular Deluxe Extreme Wide Field LS lenses use the same cutting edge coating technology as the company's razor sharp Symmitar lenses.
The Symmitar line of lenses replaced the company's debut lenses, the legendary Super Sinnar. With a resolving power of almost 100 lpm (lines per meter), the Super Sinnar quickly earned a reputation as the baddest lens in the business.
Anna Stigmat, a Stahlke-Kruzebynight spokesperson, said this announcement supersedes the company's prior announcement of the Hypothetigor Ultra Angular lenses which the company never actually manufactured. The spokesperson downplayed the company's failure to produce the Hypothetigors saying "It was just an idea, really."
The company will continue to sell its line of classic lenses including: <ul><liThe Chromagone lens, favored by B&W photographers<li>The Hexapons, bewitching little lenses known for supernatural color rendition<li> The Apo-Ludditar lens, popular with old-school photographers for its flat earth elements<li> the Pink Dot Areola-Ekstra lenses, coveted by "glamour" photographers<li> the Cattlar-II series of big, beefy lenses suitable for stock photography<li> The G#-Claxon, a notably sharp process lens that horned in on the macro arena with alarming speed<li> and the Siripon, hailed as the sweetest portrait lens ever made.</ul>
Stahlke-Kruzebynight Optik is also the maker of the world renowned Super Aragorn lens. Though slow to gain popularity, and even believed to be dead in the water at one point, the Super Aragorn returned to the large format battlefield and was later proclaimed the King of Lenses.
When asked what was next for Stahlke-Kruzebynight Optik, the spokesperson said the company's engineers are already hard at work on a new telephoto lens design to replace the old Palantiranon-T lenses, many of which were lost.
Also in the works is a telephoto lens for cell phone cameras. "We intend to turn your cell phone into a tele-phone." said the spokesperson.
Industry observers were left speechless by the company's announcement.