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|Weight||1.21 lb (552 g)|
|Dimensions (dxl)||Approx. 3.43 x 3.78" (87 x 96.1 mm)|
|Angle of view||115.7°
APS-C Picture Angle: 89.9°
|Format compatibility||Canon (APS-C)
35mm Film / Full-Frame Digital Sensor
|Focal length||14 mm|
|Minimum focus distance||0.9' (27.43 cm)|
|Camera mount type||Canon EF|
I think that a lenses ability to auto focus and to link with the cameras metering system has become too important and, as a result, some photographers are overlooking some really great glass. A manual focus, manual f stop lens at first look might seem archaic, but give this one a chance.
I'm writing a review that will hopefully help a lot of people. Like me. most people are looking at this lens for astrophotography and I'm sure most people know that with an aps-c sensor camera you need to apply the crop factor (canon=1.6, nikon=1.5).
Great lens for the amount of cost. Very good even at f2.8. Fair amount of moustache distortion, but DX labs has a very good correction for it so it becomes a non-issue. It is a manual focus and manual aperture lens only so I marked down the ease of use, but that is also to be expected.
I use this product mainly for start photography and time lapses. With a decent f stop of 2.8, it's really good for those low-light situations. I also recently bought a Glidecam HD 4000 and having that ultra wide angle works wonders.
I'm using this mostly for grand landscapes and in museums and tight indoor shots. The images from this lens were sharper than the same image from my zoom lens when set for wide-angle.
I use this lens for astrophotography and am loving it so far. Great price and built like a tank
Amazing shots, just keep the subject matter inside the one third area. Easy to use and lots of fun.
Love this little lens, especially for the price! Great to nightscapes and startrails.
Super cool lens and a bargain for the price. Wanted a 10mm but this exceeded my expectations! Would buy again for sure!
I will primarily use this for night sky and landscape shots. It is an amazing lens for extreme low light/dark sky sceneries. I can also see it being beneficial for realty photography; I can shoot an entire room with one snap. It is a fully manual lens which does not present a problem for me.