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Lensbaby Lights Creativeness with Spark™ – a Fun & Cost-effective Particular Concentrate Lens

Lensbaby Ignite is a perfect access way into the Lensbaby system for picture lovers who want a fun way to crack out of the box
Portland, OR – Lensbaby, today at Photokina, declares the discharge of Ignite, a fun and affordable addition to the Lensbaby contacts family. Ignite is designed toward younger picture lovers who are looking for a innovative spark to help crack out of the box of traditional digital photography. It sells for $80 and is available for Cannon and Nikon DSLRs. Ignite lets digital photography lovers catch innovative pictures in-camera that have a lovely identify of focus enclosed by beautiful creative cloud. It is a manual focus contacts that provides a fun, responsive capturing experience. Photographers press to concentrate, and point to move the "sweet spot" of focus around the image.
"Spark put their hands up from Lensbaby's fun and innovative origins," said Todd Strong, Lensbaby Primary Creative Officer and Co-Founder. "We designed Ignite for digital photography lovers who look to go beyond their foreseen kit contacts and research with visible humorousness in-camera."

This new Lensbaby talks to younger, exciting digital photography lovers looking for fun, innovative tools to help tell their exclusive story. Indomitable digital photography lovers who utilize energy and motivation by taking the magic of short lived moments through their contacts will find a kindred soul in Ignite. Whether saving their encounters on vacation or their daily getaways in their own neighborhood, Ignite is designed to help younger, innovative digital photography lovers show themselves. Ignite is a compact contacts with a exclusive 50mm selective focus multi-coated glass doublet optic. The optic features an f/5.6 set aperture providing ease of use for new Lensbaby lovers.

Lensbaby Spark Product Specs:


  • Focal Length: 50mm
  • Aperture: fixed f/5.6
  • Optic: multi-coated glass doublet
  • Focus type: manual
  • Sweet spot, selective focus lens (creates a sweet spot of focus surrounded by gradually increasing blur)
  • Available for Canon and Nikon mount DSLRs
  • Focusing range: approximately 13" (33 cm) to infinity
  • Compatible with Lensbaby Optic Swap System and all Lensbaby 37mm threaded accessory lenses
Spark will be available starting September 18, 2012 from amazon and select specialty photo stores worldwide and from www.lensbaby.com. For more information,

Lensbaby Spark sample images






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