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Lensbaby Edge 80 Optic

$399 (U.P. $483)



The Edge 80 Optic is an 80mm flat field of focus optic with a 12-blade adjustable aperture and is perfect for portraits.

When tilted, the Edge 80 Optic delivers a slice of tack sharp focus through the image, bordered by a soft blur. When pointed straight ahead, the Edge 80 can be used just like a high-quality straight lens.

The Edge 80 can also be used to great effect in any situation that lends itself to selective focus - from food photography to giving landscapes a "miniature" appearance.

The Edge 80 Optic is part of the Lensbaby Optic Swap System*.


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  • Focal Length: 80mm
  • 12-Blade Adjustable Aperture
  • Aperture Range: f/2.8 to f/22
  • Flat field-of-focus optic (when tilted, creates a slice of sharp focus, bordered by blur)
  • Compatible with Lensbaby Composer Pro, Composer, Muse, Scout, and Control Freak lens bodies
  • To use Edge 80 together with the Composer with Tilt Transformer for Micro Four Thirds and Sony α NEX cameras, Macro Converters will be required.
  • Min. Focus: About 43cm when the optic is extended forward in close focus mode and fully tilted
  • Max. Focus: Infinity
  • 5 Multi-Coated Glass Elements, in 4 Groups
  • 46mm Front Threads (will only work with the Lensbaby Macro Converters and not the 37mm Lensbaby accessories)



*The Optic Swap System consists of 8 interchangeable optics including:


Please note: The Lensbaby lens shown in the image(s) is for illustration purposes only, and is sold separately.


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