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Mark Peters : November 5th 2014 - 09:55 CET

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LensbabiesLensbaby introduces two mini lenses for mobile devices : Lensbaby, one of the world’s leading makers of creative camera lenses, announced the availability of the Lensbaby LM-10 Sweet Spot lens for smartphones and tablets. The LM-10, which allows users to create Lensbaby’s signature 'sweet spot' depth-of-field look on an Apple iOS or Android phone, was originally introduced in April via a highly successful Kickstarter campaign. The smartphone lens is now available for purchase online through Lensbaby and at authorized retail locations worldwide. The company also announced the Sweet 50, a 50mm selective-focus optic compatible with the Lensbaby Optic Swap System for D-SLR, mirrorless and motion picture cameras.
Mobile photography

Lensbaby LM-10
The LM-10 is less than 1.5 inches long and weighs 0.7 oz. It attaches to a mobile device (smartphone or tablet) fitted with a strong adhesive-backed stainless steel ring. The mini lens has magnets on both ends, which allows it to be used alone or in conjunction with other magnetic mobile lenses such as those made by Photojojo. The lens comes with a free iOS or Android app, which is required to select the focus point and properly orient the image. The app also includes spot metering, exposure lock, focus lock, still/video modes and a wide array of filters. With the LM-10, the sweet spot is determined through the use of an accompanying app. The Lensbaby LM-10 Sweet Spot lens is immediately available for $69.95 USD.

Creative camera lenses

Lensbaby Sweet 50
The Sweet 50 optic is a 50mm selective focus optic with a 12-blade adjustable aperture ranging from f/2.5 through f/22. Along with controlling depth of field, the aperture controls the size of the sweet spot of focus. The Sweet 50 is part of the Lensbaby Optic Swap System and is mounted to the DSLR, mirrorless or motion picture camera via the Composer Pro lens body. Both the Lensbaby LM-10 and the Sweet 50 deliver images with a sweet spot of sharp focus surrounded by increasing blur. For the Sweet 50 it is determined by tilting the lens mount. The Lensbaby Sweet 50 will be available for $299.95 USD.

Smartphone photography

Smartphone photography
“Our goal has always been to ignite creativity by allowing photographers to see things in a new way and have fun with their craft, which is something that has resonated with professionals and enthusiasts alike from Day One,” said Lensbaby co-founder and chief creative officer Craig Strong. “The lensbaby LM-10 brings this same experience to the masses who now carry what have become very capable cameras with them 24/7. We can’t wait to see the great images and video this magical pairing will soon produce.”

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