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Lensbaby Composer Pro (Sweet 35 Optic)

From $399 onwards

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 Canon EF (no stock)  $450 (U.P. $612)
 Nikon F (no stock)  $450 (U.P. $612)
 Sony A  $399 (U.P. $612)
 Micro Four Thirds  $450 (U.P. $612)

 

This Composer Pro with Sweet 35 Optic installed delivers a Sweet Spot of sharp focus that photographers can move around the photo by tilting the Composer Pro's swiveling lens body.

The Sweet 35 Optic is a 35mm selective focus optic that boasts the widest focal length of any selective focus Lensbaby optic and features close-focus capabilities.

 

Specifications:

  • Available in mounts for Canon EF (EOS), Nikon F, Sony Alpha A and Olympus Four Third cameras.
  • To use the Composer Pro with Micro Four Thirds and Sony α NEX cameras, you will need the Tilt Transformer.
  • Includes Sweet 35 Optic (12-Blade Adjustable Aperture)
  • Tilts from zero to 17.5°
  • Focus Type: Manual
  • Aperture Range: f/2.5 to f/22
  • Min. Focus with Sweet 35 Optic: About 19cm
  • Max. Focus with Sweet 35 Optic: Infinity
  • Compatible with the Optic Swap System*
  • Size: 5.71cm (H) x 6.35cm (W) 
  • Weight: 113.4g

 

*The Optic Swap System consists of 8 interchangeable optics including:

 

Sample Image:

 

Please note:

  • To use the Sweet 35 Optic with The Composer with Tilt Transformer, Macro Converters are required.
  • The Sweet 35 Optic is not compatible for use with the 37mm Lensbaby accessories.
  • The camera shown in the image(s) is for illustration purposes only, and is sold separately.

 

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