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About Lensbaby Spark

• The Spark from Lensbaby, is a fun and affordable way to capture selective focus images with a digital SLR. Spark features a unique selective focus optic and a tilting lens body, allowing the aspiring enthusiast photographer to capture creative images in-camera that have a sweet spot of focus, surrounded by blur.

• Spark is a lightweight, all plastic (except for the optic, which is a multi-coated glass doublet) 50mm selective focus lens with a f/5.6 fixed aperture available for Canon and Nikon DSLRs.

• Spark is the perfect entry point into the Lensbaby system for photography students or newer photographers looking to expand their experiment and add a creative lens to their camera bag. Spark is compatible with the rest of the optics in the Optic Swap System, and with all Lensbaby 37mm threaded accessory lenses.



Lensbaby Spark Features

  • Sweet spot, selective focus lens (creates a sweet spot of focus surrounded by gradual blur)
  • Available for Canon and Nikon mount DSLRs
  • Minimum focusing distance: approximately 13" (33cm)
  • Maximum focusing distance: Infinity
  • Compatible with Lensbaby Optic Swap System and all Lensbaby 37mm threaded accessory lenses
  • Recommended Lensbaby Products for use with Lensbaby Spark:
  • Lensbaby Accessory Kit (LBABUND)
  • Lensbaby Optic Kit (LBOBUND)
  • Lensbaby Sweet 35 Optic (LBO35)
  • Lensbaby Edge 80 Optic (LBE80)
  • Lensbaby Soft Focus Optic (LBOSOFT)
  • Lensbaby Macro Converters (LBMC)
  • Lensbaby 0.42 Super Wide Accessory Lens (AWA42)
  • Lensbaby Step-Up/Shade (LBASTEP)

Lensbaby Spark Specifications

Focal Length
50mm
Aperture
Fixed f/5.6
Optic
Multi-coated Glass Doublet
Focus
Manual
Minimum Focusing Distance
Approximately 13" (33cm)
Maximum Focusing Distance
Infinity
Mfr #
LBSPCA
SKU
LBSPCA

Lensbaby Spark Reviews

Reviewed by 1 customers

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Fun but challenging

By

from Iowa  -  Pro Photographer

Its so cheap, I just got it for fun. I have been free lensing and finally got the hang of that when I decided to try this. I have a very hard time nailing the focus in camera. But this could just be me. I really do like this lens and I have only used it a select number of times. I'm sure as I continue to practice with it, that will make it easier :)

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Janet H  I have a canon 40D, does this work with that camera body?
KEVIN H  Janet I got the lens for my Canon 60D and it fits prefect. I believe it is one size fits all. The fit is determined by your camera brand (Canon) Its a fun lens
Janet H  Thanks Kevin. It looks fun and I can't wait to get it. I ordered it this morning, but it is on backorder. Hopefully, I will have it to play with at Christmas!
Shopper  I have a Canon 60D If I understand this correctly I take off my lens and insert this like a lens It does not fit over my current lens?
JASON M  You are correct, this mounts directly to the camera, not the lens. And then the fun begins!
Janet H  I have a canon 40D, does this work with that camera body?
KEVIN H  Janet I got the lens for my Canon 60D and it fits prefect. I believe it is one size fits all. The fit is determined by your camera brand (Canon) Its a fun lens
Janet H  Thanks Kevin. It looks fun and I can't wait to get it. I ordered it this morning, but it is on backorder. Hopefully, I will have it to play with at Christmas!
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