Saturday, August 1, 2009
The double glass optics option of the Muse gives user a higher taken down rate of decent tilt-biased images. The ability to focus fast and loose is what I like best about this model. You basically tilt, pull or push the extensible lens barrel to get sharp focus on your subject. And of course, everything is manual. So, don't drive it like an automatic transmission automobile.
Now, the lens comes with four aperture discs, from F/2.8 to F/8. And the loading of these interchangeable discs ultimately determine the aperture you will shoot your Lensbaby with. Whatever makes you happy, you can go get the telephoto kit or wide-angle kit to bring the 50mm focal length wider or narrower.
The trial run will begin today...
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