I’ve been following Lensbaby literally since their first day in business. It’s a company founded by photographers. They NEVER seem to let up. They’ve just announced a completely new lens, based on a ball and socket configuration that delivers smooth selective focus photography with unparalleled ease.
The new Composer retains its position after being bent and is easy to use even with one hand. Photographers no longer have to squeeze the lens to focus, but can simply tilt the lens to a desired angle and then focus with a traditional barrel focusing ring. The Composer stays in the desired bent position without requiring a locking mechanism and features the new Lensbaby Optic Swap System.
The Composer features a unique manual focus design which requires more rotation to move the optic as you approach infinity. This makes it easier to focus on objects at intermediate and distant depths than regular manual focus lenses.
The price is $270 and the lenses will be available in four to six weeks. Never fear, we expect to have one in the TWIP shop sooner than that and will give you a full review.
For more information go to Lensbaby’s website.
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