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Lensbaby Trio 28 for Fuji X
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- Manual focus lens with 28mm focal length
- Aperture: fixed f/3.5
- 3 Optics for 3 effects - Twist, Velvet, Sweet Spot
- Minimum focus distance: 8”
- Maximum focusing distance: Infinity
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Designed specifically for mirrorless camera users, Trio 28 features three selective focus optics in one compact lens. By simply rotating a dial to switch between Lensbaby’s most popular optical effects – Twist, Velvet or Sweet – the Trio 28 empowers photographers to shape their vision in the moment through the limitless creative options offered by the lens: · Twist gives you a large sharp central area of focus surrounding by twisty, swirling bokeh · Velvet has a sharp yet dreamy central area of focus with delicate glow from edge-to-edge · Sweet creates a sharp central sweet spot of focus surrounded by gradually increasing blur The wide 28mm focal length, as well as the small and compact form to match the size of mirrorless cameras, makes the Trio 28 an ideal lens for on-the-go adventure and will help photographers uniquely capture the soul of street scenes, landscapes, environmental portraits and more.
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The lens has three effects: Velvet, Sweet, and Twist. I've attached two photos of my son on the trampoline that show the Sweet and Twist effects. In the first, where his head is tilted to the left, you can see the Twist effect. In the second one, this is the Sweet effect.(The black and white photo is just to show what happens when you put the lens between effects. See my comment below.)
What I liked: light weight, flat size. I've included a picture of it on my Fuji X-t2 for reference. I also really liked the Twist effect. I liked that both the Twist and Sweet have a sharp area of focus.
What I felt was just OK: The focal length, 28mm is typically a little wider than I shoot and I found myself cropping photos which then crops the desired effect.
What I can't see myself using: The Velvet setting. This setting gives your photos an all over softness. This might be good for different types of portraits than I do. Unfortunately, I didn't like the effect and I didn't keep any of the images to share. I have friends with the Lensbaby Velvet 56 and they use it for macro images. Personally, I can see that lens being more versatile than the Velvet option on this lens.
Other things to note:
1. This is a manual focus lens. If you use the in-camera focusing aids (e.g. focus peaking), you'll find it easy to use. I could clearly see the area of focus for the Sweet and Twist settings.
2. If you put the lens between effect settings, you can get some photos with a double exposure effect if that's your area of interest. I only tried that once - see the black and white for a quick example.
3. The area of focus is always in the middle. You probably know that but I'm mentioning because I found it a little limiting when I was composing photos. I have since purchased a Lensbaby Sweet 35 and Edge 50. With these lenses on a composer pro, you can move the area of focus to closer to the rule of thirds.
Will I buy it? Maybe. I really liked it mainly for the Twist effect. As I researched the LensBaby Twist 60, I learned the effect of the Twist 60 won't show up well on a cropped sensor camera unless you are using one of the adapters that reduces the crop factor/more closely maintains the angle of view (e.g. Mikaton Lens Turbo ll N/G-FX or Zhongyi Lens Turbo Adapters ver II) . Given the cost of such an adapter + the twist optic, I would probably purchase the Trio instead just for the Twist effect..
Note - Regarding the Twist effect, I also have a cheap Helios 44-2, the Russian lens known for its "twist" look. The Helios has a far less pronounced of a Twist effect and unless I'm at a particular distance with backlighting, I don't see the twist effect with that lens. The Trio is much more predictable of a Twist effect at any distance from the subject.
I hope this was helpful. I can see this being a fun lens if you want to see your everyday surroundings in a new way (borrowing from the LensBaby tag line!). With the wider field of view, I think it would be fun for travel. If you are shooting kids, mine saw some novelty in seeing the different effects so that helped them be more engaged as subjects.