Lensbaby Composer Pro announced (GH2 in Stock and Fuji X100 coming soon)

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For all Lensbaby lovers there is a new toy for you! Lensbaby announced the Composer Pro. The new lens refines and enhances the classic Lensbaby Composer by upgrading the swivel ball and focus mechanism to provide professional performance. It now delivers an ultra-smooth focus and tilt control and you have a fluid and accurate dampened focus ring comparable to the focus mechanisms of the highest quality professional manual focus lenses. The lens is available for Four Thirds only. We don’t know yet if they will make a Micro Four Thirds version too.

The lens is already in Stock at Amazon (Click here) and BHphoto (Click here).

Reminder: The long awaited Panasonic GH2 with 14-140mm lens kit is in Stock at Amazon (Click here), Adorama (Click here) and BHphoto (Click here).

UPDATE: J&R just changed the status and now says that the Fuji X100 will be coming soon (Click here to preorder on J&R). And Digitalrev says “Usually ships in 1-2 weeks” (Click here to order on Digitalrev). There are a few X100 on auction on eBay (Click here) but they are all very expensive.

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  • Travis

    I just got my Fuji X100 two days ago from my company where I work, you had to have purchased it over a month ago to have received one of the five we actually got from Fuji.

    • RW

      Congratulations! I’d be interested to hear any first impressions.

      • Inge-M

        + x100 :-)

      • Travis

        So far so good, I’m enjoying the size, quality feels top notch, still no photoshop raw support. >_< I really do not like the Fuji software needed to convert raws to tiffs. But anyone looking for a high quality compact will enjoy this camera, it is a great side arm to my 5DII.

  • http://www.43rumors.com/members/sneye/ sneye

    I like the old composer. Better control over the tilt and more accurate focusing should make it even better.

  • Ross

    For Lensbaby Composer Pro, B&H say it’s micro 4/3s & Amazon say it’s 4/3s. Which one is correct? On Looking at the LensBaby site, it does appear to be 4/3s only.

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