Lensbaby announces Composer Pro camera lens


When it comes to being a professional photographer (or even a hobbyist at that), one would always find methods and ways to capture some really stunning or interesting images – that goes without saying, of course. After all, nobody likes to look at just plain ol’ portrait shots, one after another, without any variety. It is like eating a Big Mac every single day for the rest of your life.

Apart from learning and studying how to shoot from different angles, there is another method – to use an assortment of lenses. This is where Lensbaby comes in with their latest Composer Pro camera lens that delivers creative effects to your images. The Composer Pro refines and enhances the popular and award winning Lensbaby Composer, where the swivel ball is upgraded while its focus mechanism has been given a boost to deliver professional performance.

The Composer Pro’s metal swivel ball design and refined focus mechanism are capable of delivering ultra-smooth focus and tilt control. The focus mechanism features a fluid and accurate dampened focus ring that is comparable to the focus mechanisms of the highest quality professional manual focus lenses. All of that ought to result in some really ground-breaking creative imagery.

The Composer Pro will play nice with the Lensbaby Optic Swap System, where it will ship with either the Double Glass Optic or the new Sweet 35 Optic installed. Each optic delivers a Sweet Spot of sharp focus, enabling photographers to move around the photo simply by tilting the Composer Pro’s swiveling lens body. The Composer Pro will also play nice with the entire range of creative optics in the Lensbaby Optic Swap System, ranging from the Fisheye to the Soft Focus, Pinhole/Zone plate, Single Glass and Plastic.

Interested? Expect to pick up the Composer Pro for $300 a pop with the Double Glass Optic installed, or you can fork out $400 with the Sweet 35 Optic installed.

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