Lensbaby simply introduced their new Composer Pro II and Lensbaby Edge 35 Optic it’s particularly designed to supply sturdy inventive selective focus results. Lensbaby now has many lenses for X-Mount.
Lensbaby Composer Pro II Specs
|Aperture||f/3.5 to f/22|
|Lens Mount||FUJIFILM X|
|Minimum Focus Distance||7″ / 17.Eight cm|
|Optical Design||9 Elements in 6 Groups|
|Tilt||Up to 15°|
|Filter Thread||Not Specified by Manufacturer|
|Dimensions||2.5 x 3.9″ / 63.5 x 100 mm|
|Weight||15.5 oz / 439.Four g|
Lensbaby Launches a New, Wide Angle Tilt Lens for his or her One-of-A-Kind Optic Swap System
Portland, OR — Lensbaby – makers of award-winning lenses, optics and equipment broadcasts in the present day the supply of its new vast angle tilt lens. The Composer Pro II with Edge 35mm Optic is obtainable to be used on Canon EF, Nikon F, Sony E, Fuji X, and Micro 4/Three interchangeable lens cameras. The Edge 35mm Optic can also be obtainable individually for anybody who already owns a Lensbaby Composer Pro or Composer Pro II lens physique. Fans of this fashion of selective focus images have been requesting a wider choice past the corporate’s current 50mm and 80mm lenses.
The Composer Pro II with Edge 35 Optic is a 35mm f/3.5 tilting lens designed for these in search of a wider focal size to create distinctive in-camera photographs with a slice of tack-sharp focus and element. By tilting this lens, customers can place a slice of sharp focus via objects in each the foreground and background of a picture on the similar time, bordered by easy blur. This in-camera impact helps artists inform their story in an unusual method.
“Over the past 15 years, we’ve made optical tools to help you discover unique ways of seeing your world. A 35mm tilt lens, despite being our most requested new product offering since we introduced the Edge 80 in 2012, has been elusive and the results of our efforts have paid off in a lens that is far better than we thought possible when starting our design process. It was worth the wait.” stated Craig Strong, Lensbaby Chief Creative Officer and Co-Founder.
The Composer Pro II swivels and tilts on a easy steel ball and socket design, offering a quick and intuitive method to swap between conventional straight lens pictures and tilt images. Tilting the lens up or down leads to a horizontal slice of focus; left or proper a vertical slice; diagonally for a diagonal slice. After setting the lean, rotating the main target ring strikes that slice of focus via the picture, from one aspect of the body to the opposite.
“The Edge 35 has changed my traveling & portrait sessions for the better. I’m able to get into tight spaces and buildings and still be able to show the whole aspect of the story I’m trying to create,” stated famend portrait, journey and life-style photographer Stephanie DeFranco. “I find the wider slice of focus makes it easier to find the area I want to draw the viewer’s eye toward. With its 35mm focal length, this optic lets me create the same dreamy feel as the Edge 50 and Edge 80, but because of the wider slice of focus, also allows me to include more of a scene in the story.”
The Composer sequence of lenses are lenses that tilt to maneuver a spot or slice of focus wherever within the body. They characteristic Lensbaby’s Optic Swap System. Users can merely buy one lens, made up of a lens physique with an included optic, for his or her digital camera system, then, swap out the optic that it got here with for a brand new optic to utterly change the impact and focal size of their Lensbaby lens.
The Composer Pro II with Edge 35 Optic shall be obtainable in April for $449.95, and by itself as an Optic for individuals who already personal a Composer sequence lens, for $249.95.
Composer Pro II with Edge 35 Optic Product Specifications
- 35mm focal size
- f/3.5 – f/22
- Focuses from 7” from the entrance aspect to infinity
- Compatible with Full Frame; APS-C; and 4/3rds Sensors
- Manual Focus
- Internal 8-blade aperture
- Up to 15 levels of tilt
- Dimensions: to come back
- Weight: to come back
- Mounts: Nikon F, Canon EF, Sony E, Fuji X, Micro 4/3