New photos of a new wide-angle lens by Leica and Canon show a new way to photograph the landscape of the Himalayas.
The images, taken in the Himalayan region of Bhutan, show the light of a large, shiny new lens that Canon announced in February.
The lens is part of the Leica Group, which has been working on a new digital camera for years.
It has a new aperture of f/2.8, an increase of three stops compared with the f/1.8 aperture used on the previous version of the camera, the XC 100.
In the pictures, the lens is on a tripod, with the photographer holding it between the lens and the ground.
The new lens is powered by a 28-millimetre, 11-inch, 14.8-million-pixel image sensor, and is designed to be lightweight.
It features a sensor with a larger surface area, making it smaller than that of the previous lens, and a new low-light function called Bokeh that uses an array of 12 lenses to achieve depth-of-field and bokeh effects.
It is made of a magnesium alloy, and weighs just 3.7 kilograms (6.8 pounds).
The camera is expected to go on sale in the third quarter of next year, and can shoot up to 5 frames per second (fps).
A company called Bioni is the lead designer of the new camera, which it is calling the X-T1.
The company says the lens weighs in at 5.8 kilograms (11 pounds), is waterproof and features a 12-megapixel sensor with f/4 aperture.
It can be used with a wide range of lenses, and the company says it is currently working on lenses for the Sony A7, A7R, A6s, A5 and A7S cameras.
The X-1 has a maximum aperture of 2.4 megapixels, which is also the maximum aperture on the A7s.
It is also capable of shooting up to 16fps at ISO 200, with a shutter speed of 1/8000s.
The Leica Group will manufacture the lens, with Canon and Leica joining Bionis for the lens.
It will cost about $5,500 (£3,800) and will be available to purchase on the Leica website for $569.
The lenses will be released in February and are expected to be in the US by March.