A living sculpture of photographic spontaneity, Lensbaby’s Spark 2.0 for Nikon F draws on the design of the Original Lensbaby first introduced in 2004. Spark 2.0 combines the Original’s dance-like process of focusing and tilting with internally adjustable apertures plus compatibility with any of the 15 Optic Swap optics that Lensbaby has introduced since 2008. With a squeeze to focus interface any Lensbaby user, new or experienced, can enter into a magical process of focusing and tilting that moves with their subject matter. Due to the mystery they add to Lensbaby’s already unique images, flexible body Lensbabies like the Spark 2.0 have been used in motion pictures and video productions ranging from the academy award nominated film, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, to music videos, to a host of currently streaming TV series on Netflix, HBO, Amazon and Hulu. Upgrades to the Spark 1.0, introduced in 2012, include a 12-blade adjustable aperture with settings from f/2.5-22, improved compatibility with past and future optics swap optics, and availability with metal camera mounts for most interchangeable lens systems. Spark 2.0 is the first flexible Lensbaby lens body available for mirrorless camera systems.