Discover a new perspective with the Sweet 35 Optic. Place your subject in a sharp sweet spot of focus framed by beautiful blur.
The Composer Pro II lens body tilts and swivels, moving the area of focus. Simply swap out the inside optic, to create a variety of selective focus effects at different focal lengths.
Control the size of your sweet spot of focus by simply adjusting the aperture.
© Cristina Venedict
The tilting Composer Pro II body gives you the power to place the spot of focus anywhere in the frame.
Get more in your shot with this 35mm focal length ideal for landscapes, street, environmental portraits & more.
© Erin Harrigan
"The Sweet 35 started rocking my world the moment I attached it to my camera! It got me out of a creative rut, renewed my enthusiasm for photography, and enabled me to create unique and interesting image."
"I am officially thrilled with this lens."
"I don’t think the Sweet 35 has come off one of my camera bodies in a few months."
"The shots you can achieve will look really sweet."
"A fun lens yielding very special, artistic results."
I've been using this for more than a year now and I've been loving this! I'm a videographer and i love how you good people make the ballhead-like tilting smooth for me to move it while recording:) but there is one thing that is really killing me to know, why are there no fast aperture optics? F1.4 maybe? Because i really love the image when there are so much bokeh stacking on one side and on the other side the bokeh splatter from the sweetspot focused part, but, in a lot of time the bokeh becomes like an arrow.. i think, what wonderful pictures it would be if it was oval like usual.. because sometimes getting closer to the subject to make it oval is not an option:'( i suspect that the bigger apertures would make the sweet spot too small and thus makes the lens unusable at that aperture but i really am hoping that I'm wrong.. sorry for the long message in a review section! I hope you guys have a very nice day:D
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