Lensbaby Composer Pro II with Sweet 35 Optic - Nikon Fit

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With a 12-blade adjustable aperture, the Composer Pro II with Sweet 35 Optic is a 35mm f/2.5 selective focus lens that allows you to place the “sweet spot” of sharp focus anywhere in the frame simply by tilting the lens. The Lensbaby Composer Pro II has several improvements on its predecessor, including an upgraded metal body, and improved tilt control from 0-15° in any direction.
Key Features: Lensbaby Composer Pro II with Sweet 35 Optic

Focal Length: 35mm
Aperture range from f/2.5 through f/22
12-blade internal aperture, controlled by a ring on the front of the optic
Curved field of focus optic (creates a spot of focus surrounded by blur)
Minimum focusing distance: 7.5”
Maximum focusing distance: Infinity
Focus Type: Manual
Tilts from zero to 15 degrees
Compatible with the Lensbaby Optic Swap System
4 multi-coated glass elements, in three groups
46mm front threads

Composer Pro II with Sweet 35 Optic Box Contents:

Composer Pro II
Sweet 35 Optic
Front and rear lens caps
Microfiber bag
Microfiber lens cloth
User guides
Attribute Value
Creative Effect:Sweet Spot of Focus
Optic Swap Compatible:Yes
Focal Length:35mm
Minimum Focusing Distance:7.5"
Format Compatibility:APS-C and Full Frame
Focus Type:Manual
Angle of Tilt:15°
Filter Threads:46mm
Diaphragm Blades:12
Elements/ Groups:4 Elements/ 3 Groups
Dimensions:2” (5.08cm) high x 2.5” (6.35cm) wide

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