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Lynny Lens System Tilting Squeeze Focus Lens

Lynny Lens System Tilting Squeeze Focus Lens - Lynny have launched a new lens system that rivals the Lensbaby range.

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Lynny Lens

Lynny have launched a new lens system.

The SLR lens is designed to tilt, and is great for the creative photographer. The lens features a concave section in the middle, which can be squeezed in and out as well as tilted around.

To focus, you squeeze the Lynny, which is an old method of focussing brought back and made much more usable.

Tilting the Lynny creates a zoom blur on the opposite side to the tilt, allowing for some great creative effects to be made. The zoom explosion blurring can be completely controlled by the amount that you tilt the lens, allowing the user to make the most of their creativity.

The Lynny is a one lens fits all system, attaching to all camera brands by using screw on adapters. The lenses f/1.4 opening makes it ideal for indoor and outdoor photography, and the 85mm focal length makes the lens a versatile choice.

The lens is available for $75 at the Lynny Lens site.



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cameracat 10 8.6k 61 Norfolk Island
19 Nov 2012 4:19PM
Ah Ha! A lensbaby with a more sensible price tag, 85mm to, This will be very very interesting indeed, Especially when you see how much an original 85mm Lensbaby conversion kit is priced......!!!!!!!!!!

Someone somewhere is having a larf with OTT bits of glass....Wink

Perhaps some competition will improve things somewhat...

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Hmmm, looks a bit cheap. I like my Lensbaby Composer + Edge 80. I had the original Lensbaby 2.0 and while it was fun for a while, it was maddening to not be able to save the blur setting, and then to mess about with the aperture rings on top of that. The combo I have now cures all that and is now my go-to walkabout lens.
tpfkapm 3 142 United Kingdom
10 Jan 2013 6:28PM
the pics on the site look pretty bad imho, soft everywhere
lensbaby capable of more, 75 for a toy- buyers choice

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