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Lensbaby Composer Pro (35 + 50), Fisheye and Velvet 56 available for Fuji X Mount!


Patrick FR

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For that prices NO WAY.

 

I have just bought an Helios 44M-4 to play with some strange effect, but at less than 1/10th of the price of even the cheaper of this lenses.

I can see some market for the circular fisheye though.

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I have to admit not knowing anything about using these lenses/

 

I’d like to see what the people here are doing with the composer pro and sweet 50 ( I would also like to see if they do anything with the edge 80 but that doesn’t seem to be available for Fuji or could I buy a composer pro with sweet 50 for Fuji and replace only the front?)

 

 

well, the lensbaby circular fisheye pics  that I have seen ( someone published a picture here too) looks less than pleasing to me and the same effect could easily be obtained ( and better ) with any circular Fisheye, really!

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