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The Lensbaby Composer Pro

Lensbaby give you a new way to get creative with the introduction of the Lensbaby Composer Pro.

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Composer Pro

The Composer Pro is an enhanced version of the Lensbaby Composer that features a swivel ball and focus mechanism. The swivel ball design delivers ultra-smooth focus and tilt control while the updated focus mechanism features a fluid and accurate dampened focus ring.

The Composer Pro comes complete with the Sweet 35 Optic installed, this 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, a 35mm selective focus optic with a 12-blade internal aperture, boasts the widest focal length of any selective focus Lensbaby optic and features close-focus capabilities.

The Composer Pro is priced at £399.99 inc VAT.

Composer Pro Sweet 35 Optic


  • Refined metal ball design delivers ultra-smooth focus and tilt control
  • Sweet 35 Optic installed
  • Compatible with the Lensbaby Optic Swap System
  • Focus Type: Manual
  • Size/Weight: 5.71cm high x 6.35cm wide / 113.4g
  • Tilts from zero to 17.5 degrees
  • Available in Canon, Sony, Pentax K and Olympus 4/3

Sweet 35 Optic Product Specifications:

  • Focal Length: 35mm
  • 12 blade internal aperture, controlled by a dial on the front of the optic
  • Aperture range from f/2.5 through f/22 (sweet spot size ranges from 15%, at f/2.5, to 40%, at f/22, of total image area on APS-C sensor cameras)
  • Selective focus optic (creates a sweet spot of focus surrounded by gradual blur)
  • Compatible with Lensbaby Composer, Scout, Muse, and Control Freak lens bodies*
  • Focus distance when used with: Composer: 7.5” to infinity. Scout: 6.5” to infinity. Muse & Control Freak: 3” to infinity
  • 4 multi-coated glass elements, in three groups
  • 46mm front threads**
  • *The Sweet 35 Optic is not compatible with the Composer with Tilt Transformer for Micro 4/3rds and Sony NEX Cameras.
  • **The Sweet 35 Optic is not compatible with current 37mm Lensbaby accessories.

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edsephiroth 15 169 9 United Kingdom
27 Apr 2011 4:53PM
400 for something you can do in Photoshop. I wish I had more money than sense.
monstersnowman 16 1.7k 1 England
27 Apr 2011 7:16PM
Lensbaby started off as cheap fun optics but the price is not really doing it for me anymore.
cameracat 18 8.6k 61 Norfolk Island
27 Apr 2011 7:44PM

Quote:400 for something you can do in Photoshop. I wish I had more money than sense.

LOL....Summed up a treat, At 400 quid thats a long way towards a decent " Proper " lens, Then get creative the old fashioned way, These used to be amusing toys, But way overpriced now....Wink
28 Apr 2011 9:19AM
That about says it for me too.....
davey_griffo 12 213 165 England
6 May 2011 9:45AM
Don't let the Woolybills hear you say that. They love their LBs. Smile

Personally, I hate the effect anyway. I thought they were supposed to be a cheap alternative to tilt/shift lenses, but I haven't yet seen one used as such.

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