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March 01, 2011
New Lensbaby Sweet 35 Optic Gives Dynamic Aperture

Lensbaby sends word of their new Lensbaby "Sweet 35" optic that works with existing optic-swap Lensbaby units and allows photographers the ease of dynamic aperture control. The current optics use the swappable magnetic aperture rings.

Now you can go from f2.5 to f22 by simply rotating the aperture ring and the fin blades adjust accordingly. You can then see the sweet spot of the focus adjust through your viewfinder to insure you get the shot you want.

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Article posted by: Kevin L. Kitchens on March 01, 2011 11:30 

November 23, 2010

A Bag for Your (Lens)Babies

Portland, OR – November 23, 2010 – Lensbaby announces today the release of its first storage and organizational carrying case made specifically for the Lensbaby system. The Lensbaby System Bag is a sturdy, yet flexible bag that allows photographers the ability to access their Lensbaby products quickly and easily.

The Lensbaby System Bag measures 10.25” X 4” X 3.5” and is a one-stop carrying system that can accommodate any Lensbaby lens (Muse, Control Freak, Composer, Scout and Composer with Tilt Transformer), optic or accessory. The sides of the bag feature an easy-access corner flap that enables access to frequently used products. [MORE]

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Article posted by: Kevin L. Kitchens on November 23, 2010 15:48 

April 14, 2009

Lensbaby Announces 0.42x Super-Wide Optic

Add-on Lens for their Optic-Swap system

The cool keeps getting cooler. Lensbaby's Optic Swap system for the Composer, Muse, and Control Freak lenses just got even better with the announcement of the $79.95 Super-Wide 0.42x attachment. This screws onto the front of the Lensbaby via 37mm thread and converts the 50mm focal length to 21mm ultrawide. [MORE]

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Article posted by: Kevin L. Kitchens on April 14, 2009 09:02 


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