Lensbaby releases four lenses for Fujifilm X-mount cameras
The rumor mill has got another one right! After hinting, at the beginning of 2015, that Lensbaby will release some lenses for Fujifilm X-mount cameras, the manufacturer just confirmed the gossip talks. Four Lensbaby optics are now available for Fuji X users, including the recently-released Velvet 56 Macro optic.
Lensbaby introduces Velvet 56mm f/1.6 Macro lens
Lensbaby has announced the lens which has been teased recently. There are a few differences between what the rumor mill said the lens is going to be. The product has macro capabilities and it is a 56mm model instead of a regular 55mm version. Either way, the Velvet 56mm f/1.6 Macro lens is official now and it is coming soon!
Lensbaby 55mm f/1.6 lens to be announced on April 7
Lensbaby is actively teasing the launch of a new lens on its official Facebook account. The company has also confirmed that the product will be officially unveiled on April 7. On the other hand, the rumor mill is claiming that the product in question is a Lensbaby 55mm f/1.6 lens for Canon and Nikon DSLR cameras.
Lensbaby X-mount lenses rumored to be released this Spring
Fujifilm X-mount mirrorless camera owners may have some reasons for joy this Spring and the reasons are not coming from the company that makes their shooters. According to the rumor mill, a few Lensbaby X-mount lenses will become available this Spring, bringing more creativity options to the Fuji X-mount users.
Lensbaby 5.8mm f/3.5 Circular Fisheye lens revealed
Lensbaby has announced a lens which adds special effects to your photos. The new Lensbaby 5.8mm f/3.5 Circular Fisheye lens is an ultra wide-angle optic which captures circular photos, hence its name. The new product will be released soon for a very low price for photographers using Canon and Nikon APS-C DSLR cameras.
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