Lensbaby has announced a new 3-in-1 Trio 28mm f/3.5 Lens. The new lens comes with three different 28mm lenses. Each lens has a specific look – Twist, Velvet, and Sweet. The Lensbaby Trio 28mm f/3.5 3-in-1 Lens Launched is available for pre-order for $279 at BHphoto, Adorama, and WexUK.

Lensbaby Trio 28mm f3.5 3-in-1 Lens Launched

The new lens comes with a rotating front dial with options for Twist, Velvet, and Sweet effects. The Twist effect uses a true Petzval design for a central area of sharp focus surrounded by a swirl of twisting bokeh. The optic utilizes four glass elements in three groups. The Velvet effect creates a soft focus effect with a dreamy center area with a delicate glow out to the edges. While the Sweet effect offers a central spot of a sharp focus surrounding by a gradual increase in the blur. The lens allows you achieve all these various effects without stuffing your bag with a variety of miscellaneous equipment.

The new Lensbaby Trio 28mm f/3.5 3-in-1 Lens works with APS-C cameras where the normal 42mm perspective that can be used to capture a variety of subjects, including street, portraits, landscapes, etc. It features a fixed f/3.5 aperture that helps to create a predictable effect in a wide range of situations. The manual focusing ring allows you to focus anywhere from 8-inch to infinity. It comes with a front filter thread of 46mm for more creative control. The new lens comes with multi-coating to minimize ghosting and flare.

The Lensbaby Trio 28mm f/3.5 3-in-1 Lens is available for Fujifilm X-mount cameras. The Trio lens will provide a 42mm equivalent field of view that provides a normal perspective for working in a wide range of shooting conditions. Also, it has a fixed f/3.5 optic that ensures predictable looks in a variety of situations. All of the optics are multi-coated for minimal flare and ghosting and it has a manual focusing ring for focusing anywhere from 8″ to infinity. Additionally, users can attach filters using the front 46mm thread for even more creative control.

Check out the image samples at LensBaby, video review by Cnet, and a review by PCmag.