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Lensbaby Muse

Lensbaby Muse
alaAverage 4.5

3 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the usability and performance. The exposure and focus also get good comments. Views are divided on the design.

lens, focus, exposure, performance, usability

On average, users rate this product 100/100.

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Lensbaby Muse


The Lensbaby Muse is a versatile, solidly constructed tilting lens that lets you play with focal plane so you can capture photos with a sharp area of focus surrounded by blur.

Fast aperture. Fun to use. Solid construction. Compatible with many camera systems

Difficult to use at maximum aperture

The Lensbaby Muse ($150 direct) is a manual-focus camera lens that, at a glance, doesn't look that much different than the less-expensive Lensbaby Spark. Both allow you to adjust focus by compressing or extending the front of the lens. This action also...

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The Lensbaby Muse selective focus lens comes with a flexible barrel for artistic effects. Find out how we scored it in our review.

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Lensbaby Muse


The Muse is a follow on to the original Lensbaby design, replacing it with one that is simpler but also allows interchangeable lenses. It's a very fun lens to play with for effects photography, that's also about all it's good for.

A creative and original effects lens. The effects depends on the photographer and how they use it, so it goes back to the old school talent/inspiration. Beyond that it's a no-brainer, just move the lens around until you see something you like and press...

My example I have to stop down the lens a lot and press in on it very hard to get a central spot in focus. Yes, I know plastic lens and all that, but some of my early shots were all haze ; Uses an odd method of setting the aperture by dropping in discs...


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