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COMPLETED LENSBABY Tilt Transformer w/ Composer +

Discussion in 'Completed Listings' started by Luke, Jun 26, 2012.

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  1. Luke

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    I picked this up in a collection of lenses I bought awhile ago and find that I'm just not using it. It is the Micro Four Thirds mount version (although it does NOT work on the OMD because of the hump overhang) of the popular Tilt Transformer with Composer Focus Front. New it sold for $300. a couple of the aperture discs seem to be missing. A "Composer" Case is also included (an additional $18 value).

    This unique "combo" from Lensbaby has been discontinued. The Tilt Transformer also doubles as a Nikon to m4/3 adapter which is really the whole purpose of buying this thing (if you ask me). It turns ANY of your old Nikon lenses into tilt-shift lenses. The New Lensbaby does NOT accept Nikon lenses (or at least that is my understanding).

    The case and optic units are in nice shape....the only flaw being those couple of missing aperture discs (although I'm sure you can get replacements cheaply from Lensbaby).

    The cheapest used one I could find was $250. This one is $165 delivered to your door in the US or Canada.

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