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B002LTWDSK 180 degrees angle of view Built-in petal type hood 10 Elements in 7 groups Aperture range of F/3.5 ~ 22. NOTE: To ensure proper fit with your compatible devicec please set camera to manual mode and the aperture must be changed on the lens itself.Extra Description
Rokinon 8mm F/3.5 Fisheye Lens for Nikon; Lens creates images with an expanded perspective and allows user to capture a very unique perspective; Lens Conforms to APS-C (1:1.5x) size digital imaging format; Lens Actualizes 8mm focal length and a diagonal angle of view of 180 degrees for APS-C size; Lens Corrects aberrations using a complex aspherical lens; Manual Focus; Aperture range of F/3.5 ~ 22; Built-in Petal type hood and multi-coating help control flaring and ghosting; Minimum focusing distance of 12 inches (0.3m); Includes Lens Pouchc Instruction Manualc and One Year Rokinon Warranty The NEW ROKINON 8mm Ultra Wide Angle Fisheye Lens is the most affordable 8mm Fisheye Lens in the market. It features the widest field of view over any other 8mm fisheye lensc and its build quality and optical construction are superb. The ROKINON 8mm lens is designed for digital SLR cameras with APS-C image sensors. For these types of camerasc it provides full-frame coverage - which means that pictures will cover the entire frame. It is also compatible with cameras that have a full-frame sensor. For cameras with full-frame sensorsc the lens will produce pictures with a semi-circular image and close images will appear proportionately large for a dramatic effect. The ROKINON 8mm lens creates images with an expanded and exaggerated perspective and an extremely wide 180° angle of view. The lens is available for the following mounts: Canon EOSc Nikonc Sony Alphac Pentax & Olympus 4/3.br br Specifications:br
I love my lens! First I bought the 14mm thinking there wouldnt be that much difference (oh how wrong I was). This is now one of my everyday go to lenses. You certainly cant beat it for the price and functionality offered. Price wise its cheapc but it still has some mid-grade consumer level quality going on like most Rokinon products. The biggest downfall I find is the manual focusingc however any amateur worth their salt should understand how to focus a lens. Though I do have one major problem - my d3200 will not accept the F readings and as such I HAVE to put it in M mode to use this lens. I would expect it to have to be in manual with something older like my d80 (also works fine with that) but as a newer consumer level camera body the d3200 should be a minimum for the lens to be recognizable to the camera. br brIll give it the same sturdiness as my other lenses from Rokinonc although this is much smaller and lighter - a major bonus when travelling as it fits easily into a vest pocket. (Get the matching fake lens cup and try not to confuse the two if you want to amuse your other enthusiast friends). br brThis isnt a professional level lens. If youre starting outc or an enthusiast this is what I would pick as its certainly good for the money. But if youre going pro or you have it go for the Nikkor instead. The fringing isnt so noticeable once you blow it up.