Reviews and Problems with Lensbaby Composer with Tilt Transformer
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super fun to use
the leftoverking, Amazon
19 January 2015
Summary: i get the most compliments on photos taken with this lens than with any other, and i own quite a few. super fun to use. i have never changed the aperture discs since i put the first one in, so it's pretty much always wide open, taking advantage of the shallow depth of field (which is kind of the...
Summary: Suggestion : Shud make a mark on the rotating ball the position which is perfect zero degree !! Quite hard to find the standard default position of the lens. But all other functions is much fantastic !!!
Summary: I enjoyed using this gadget with my Sony NEX 6 camera. I attached the Lensbaby transformer to my camera, and then attached a Nikon 35mm f1.8 lens to the Lensbaby. It was a bit of a challenge to use, but I read the instructions and got the hang of it pretty quickly.
Summary: I saw this and was very happy someone finally created what I thought was an obvious need in the industry. I ordered it and realized it would not work on my F mount cameras. It accepts my lenses but the description of this item is misleading because it will not work on a DSLR.
Summary: I bought this when the price was around $100. It's not the most precisely made adapter/lens and, yes, it wiggles at time but it generally works and it's the nicest tilter for less than $100 I've used. The tilter by itself is a steal but the Composer/Double Glass lens is a nice bonus.
blurry or extreme depth of field photos can be beautiful too
12 March 2013
Summary: I had purchased the Lensbaby tilt transformer for the micro 4:3s cameras with the Nikon F lens mount for more than what I paid for the tilt transformer with the composer lens, but mainly since it also includes the Nikon F lens mount.
Summary: The lensbaby works as promised and is only slightly awkward in use. The special effects possible with a tilt/shift lens of a visual "slice" of in focus area with other areas moving to blur is easily achieved with the lensbaby, but without the control of a genuine tilt/shift lens, (which of course...
Summary: According to the Lensbaby website's FAQ page, Lensbaby optics have a curved (not flat) field of focus. The "tilt action only moves a sweet spot of focus around the image plane and does not correct perspective or make converging lines parallel", that is, tilting the lens does not allow photographers...