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|Weight||11.11 oz (315 g)|
|Dimensions (DxL)||Approx. 2.44 x 3.15" (62 x 80 mm)|
|Format Compatibility||Micro Four Thirds|
|Angle of View||180°|
|Minimum Focus Distance||4.72" (12 cm)|
Comparable 35mm Focal Length: 16 mm
|Diaphragm Blades||7, Rounded|
|Camera Mount Type||Micro Four Thirds|
I didn't know how I would like a fisheye lens but my initial reaction is that it is more useful than I would have thought. Definitely requires thoughtful application but that's a good thing for any serious photographer.
Odd lens right? It being a 1.8 fish and all that “Pro” jazz hoopla. So why on earth did I buy this thing? I didn’t want to at first. It’s not exactly cheap. I spent the first few months this year cradling the Rokinon 3.5 in a desperate attempt to stave off the purchase.
The lens feels solid just like all Olympus pro lenses. It is very sharp, great for interior, landscape, and sports photography (up close). I would highly recommend this lens.
Awesome lens. very much a fish eye lens. Impeccable build quality.
Good to use and not have to worry about manual focus with action shots ( volleyball).
Have been slowly switching to micro four thirds since my canons have become to heavy to use with my arthritis. Have fallen in love with the Olympus system, and their glass is top notch. This is my first fisheye where I could actually use it hand holding in lower light.
This has the potential to be a quite long review. Disclaimer: I had a four thirds SLR back in 2006 and wanted the Panasonic 8mm 3.5. It had autofocus and was a fisheye! I was a college student at the time and could never justify it.
This lens is amazing. I was apprehensive buying it, thinking it might be a one trick pony (how many fisheye pics of dog noses do I need?). I was wrong. I use this lens for so many things. It is one of my most used lenses and it makes exceptional pics.
This is my very first wide angle (fisheye) lens and I'm completely satisfied with it. Because of the proven quality of all Olympus prime lenses and because I do really like architectural and underwater photography, this's been a very serious candidate lens to have in my bag, and finally I have it.
I use this lens for wide angle underwater photography, where fisheye lenses are a boon.This lens is fast, and sharp wide open. Great lens. It's more expensive than the Panasonic 8mm f3.5 but substantially faster and it's weather sealed as well. The ability to shoot at f1.8 in low light (e.g.