Using the Lensbaby Single Glass Optic

The Lensbaby Single Glass Optic belongs to the Lensbaby Optic Swap System. The Lensbaby Single Glass Optic is great for those that are looking to get soft and subtle shots, which is why many use the Lensbaby Single Glass Optic to take art pictures. Like all members of the Lensbaby Optic Swap System, the Lensbaby Single Glass Optic is compatible with the Lensbaby Muse, the Lensbaby Composer and the Lensbaby Control Freak.

Installing the Lensbaby Single Glass Optic

Installing the Lensbaby Single Glass Optic should take no more than a minute or two. You will need to use the Optic Swap Tool, which should have been included with your Lensbaby Single Glass Optic, to remove the current optic that is in your Lensbaby lens. Once the current optic is removed, you can complete the installation process by dropping the Lensbaby Single Glass Optic inside of your Lensbaby lens. The Lensbaby Single Glass Optic is ready to use as soon as it is installed.

Changing the Aperture of your Lensbaby Single Glass Optic

If you would like, you can change the aperture of your Lensbaby Single Glass Optic. To change the aperture of your Lensbaby Single Glass Optic, you will need to use the Magnetic Aperture Removal Tool to remove the current aperture disk that is in the Lensbaby Single Glass Optic. The disk can be removed by touching the tip of the tool to the disk and lifting the disk out. Once the current aperture disc it out, simply drop a new disk into your Lensbaby Single Glass Optic and the aperture will be changed.