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Lensbaby ComposerPro DG Objectif pour Canon EF 50 mm

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  • Description du produit: ComposerPro DG pour Canon EF
  • Modèle: LBCPDGC
  • Appareil compatible: Appareil REFLEX
  • Type d’installation: Canon
  • Garantie: 1an(s)
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Descriptif technique
Zoom optique1 X
Ecran0 pouce
Type d'installation Canon
Distance focale50 millimètres - 50 millimètres
Ouverture du diaphragme2
Appareils compatiblesAppareil REFLEX
Garantie constructeurGarantie Fabricant: 1 an(s)
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Dimensions du produit (L x l x h)5,6 x 6,4 x 6,4 cm
Moyenne des commentaires client 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
Numéro du modèle de l'articleLBCPDGC
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Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr3 mai 2011
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Tout est manuel mais cette optique permet de modifier l angle de profondeur de champs. J avoue prendre beaucoup de plaisir à jouer avec les zones nettes et troubles. Les bords de l.objectif sont un peu déformant mais cela ne gâche rien aux charmes des photos.
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HASH(0x91b5fcf0) étoiles sur 5 Dreamy, inspiring goodness! 10 décembre 2011
Par Allison V. - Publié sur
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This lens baby was an upgrade for me, as I previously purchased the lens baby 2.0 a few years back. I am extremely pleased with the updates to the design on the composer pro. I still can achieve dreamy, toy camera like images, but now I can do so with much greater accuracy and consistency.

The removal of the bellows is what allows for greater consistency. You are now able to lock your focus in, which does make for easier shooting. With the previous model I felt very limited as to when I would use it during a wedding. It was too time consuming and I felt awkward fumbling with the bellows and trying to take a picture at the same time. The composer pro is different. Since shooting with it is easier, I do use it at several points during a wedding shoot.

I appreciate that the construction is sturdier than before. It has a much more solid feel. Focusing on the composer pro is smooth, too. I had tried a composer (non pro model) at a camera store before purchasing. They did not have the pro version, but focusing still felt a little jerky to me, so that is why I decided on the pro model when I made the purchase. I also feel that the overall construction of the pro (which features more metal than the non pro version) is better and worth the extra money.

To get the most out of your lensbaby, add some accessories. They are by no means required, but they are fun and can add some versatility to the product. So far I have added the macro kit and the creative aperture kit. I have several other accessories on my wish list!
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HASH(0x927eb5c4) étoiles sur 5 Instant Creativity. 6 août 2011
Par robert w futrell - Publié sur
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This lens takes some getting used to, both in the focusing and metering. If you can get through the first couple of weeks of practice you can produce some very unique shots. I use this for portraits and landscapes and love it when people ask "how??".

I am a Photoshop monkey, but this lens creates blur that you just can't duplicate. I love it on my D700 and my D70.
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HASH(0x927eb870) étoiles sur 5 Lens Baby, oh, Baby! 10 février 2012
Par Carol Kane - Publié sur
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There is a learning curve, like with most new concepts. It takes awhile to find the sweet spot, but it's well worth it. The images are amazing. All I can say is practice, practice, practice and you will be rewarded with stunning images.
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HASH(0x927eb9d8) étoiles sur 5 Don't expect a clean picture -- this is absolutely a special-use lens 4 juin 2013
Par D. Johnson - Publié sur
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The Lensbaby lenses are obviously made for special-use scenarios only. Everybody should be very clear on that. Don't buy this lens thinking that you can use it as a replacement for a real tilt/shift lens with sharp image quality across the frame, because it just doesn't do (and isn't intended to do) that no matter what you do with it.

If you are looking for a specialty lens that intentionally distorts and contorts images, well, you're looking at the right product.

The Composer Pro is very well made. It is very sturdy, moves relatively smoothly, and isn't going to break should you happen to bump it on something. (It does have glass in it, so I wouldn't drop it.) It is also a lot of fun.

The big question is whether the lens is worth the $279 price (as of this writing). That's certainly debatable. Is there $280 worth of optical glass, metal, and machining here? Not even close. The $120 Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 has much more glass in it. So you're paying for the novelty of the lens. If that is worth it to you, you'll love this lens and not regret buying it. If you're on the edge, though, I'd strongly recommend getting one of the cheaper models. They have much more bang-for-the-buck than the Composer Pro.

Aside from the price, the only thing I would have liked to have seen would be some kind of chip in the lens so the camera knows that it is there. Without the chip, you can only use AV and M modes, don't ever get focus confirmation, and you get an annoying warning about needing to have a lens attached each time you switch to Live View or try to record video. Gray-market chips are available out of China for just a few bucks, so it seems like it wouldn't be hard to add. And it seems like the sort of upgrade you'd get with the Pro vs. regular Composer. Maybe next version.
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HASH(0x927eb0f0) étoiles sur 5 Love this lens! 28 juillet 2012
Par Edward D. Truitt - Publié sur
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I am a long-time fan of the Lensbaby, and the Composer Pro is the best in their line. This is actually the second Composer Pro I have bought (I also have one for my Olympus 4/3 mount, and plan on buying one for the Micro 4/3 mount), and I purchased it to replace a Composer lens, which finally broke after years of use. The action on the Composer Pro (both the focusing ring as well as the gimbal) is much smoother than on the Composer, the construction and material quality appears to be better, and it is an esthetic match with my 5D as well.

Is it worth the extra money? Depending on your usage, maybe or maybe not. If you are only a casual Lensbaby user, then the Composer may be sufficient for your needs. However, if you depend on the lens being there for you when you need it (and I pretty much use my 5D exclusively with the Lensbaby), then the extra cost is IMO well worth it.
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