[EXPIRED] Lensbaby Tilt Transformer for Micro 4/3rds and Composer Focus Front

Discussion in 'Expired Listings' started by tbrightwood, Jul 12, 2012.

  1. tbrightwood

    tbrightwood New to Mu-43

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    Jul 12, 2012

    This kit is perfect condition and it does not work on Sony. It mounts on Olympus for sure and I suppose Panasonic and whatever else has the same mount as Olympus.

    It comes with every as new including box, soft case, and aperture discs.

    It sell for $349 new. The Tilt Transformer sells for $249 alone.

    I will offer this kit at $200, plus $10 shipping. Paypal only. USA only. Price is firm because this is a crazy good deal.

    Here's the info on it: Lensbaby Tilt Transformer for 4/3 Mount SLR's LBTTM

    The Tilt Transformer allows photographers to mount any Nikon mount lens to their Micro Four Thirds or Sony ? NEX camera and tilt up to twice as far as with standard tilt-shift lenses, delivering photos that have a slice of focus through the image, bordered by a soft blur. The Tilt Transformer provides the foundation for the Composer Front Focus. When used together, they become the Composer with Tilt Transformer, for use on Micro Four Thirds or Sony ? NEX cameras. This provides photographers with access to the limitless creativity offered by the Lensbaby Optic Swap system.

    The Tilt Transformer allows photographers to fluidly tilt their Nikon mount lens up to twice as far as with traditional tilt-shift lenses. It also provides photographers with extraordinary control over the size and placement of a slice of focus through their photograph. The Tilt Transformer's swivel ball is based on the patent pending design Lensbaby developed for the award winning Lensbaby Composer Creative Effects camera lens. The front of the swivel ball has a Nikon mount, allowing photographers to mount Nikon mount lenses.

    The Composer Focus Front:

    Lensbaby Composer Lens with Tilt Transformer for Micro Four Thirds LBCTTM - Filmtools
  2. nwbie1

    nwbie1 Mu-43 Regular

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    Oct 18, 2010
    San Francisco, Ca.