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Lensbaby Spark Description:
Fun, expressive, creative and exhilarating - Spark is all of these things, and more. If you're a hands-on photographer always up for a little adventure, you'll find a kindred spirit in Spark. Spark is a fun way to capture unique photos with your Canon or Nikon DSLR.
Looking to capture the magic of everyday, fleeting moments, in a way that's different and unique? Spark will ignite your imagination.
Spark photos will have a snappy "sweet spot" or round spot of focus, surrounded by melt-in-your-mouth, beautiful blur.
Available in mounts for Canon EF (EOS) and Nikon F.
Lensbaby Spark Product Specs:
Lensbaby Spark How-to:
Simply squeeze to focus. Tilt in any direction to move the sweet spot of focus to a different area of your image.
Neat lens, just getting into it. Definitely recommend this to other photographers.Published 12 days ago by Ted Azriel
Very inexpensive way to get into tilt shift photography with out committing to a high dollar lens. While inexpensive, and a lot of plastic, it actually feels quite robust and... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Ty Rettke
I really couldn't get any decent results from this. Ended up selling it on ebay.Published 1 month ago by Mr. Masud A. Khan
Great tool to have, not really going for the tilt shift style, but does wonders for getting those shots of action, or stand alone actions. Read morePublished 2 months ago by WHAT??50k
Its good for play, is not easy focus at the begining, but after that you only enjoy. I like street photography and it add a special look for my pictures. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Juan P
While the spark is the cheapest in the lensbaby lineup it makes the most sense as a starting point.
The spark is a unique all manual lens. Read more
Fun lens. This gives the stated effects, but honestly I think you can achieve more, and better, effects through software manipulation. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Red House