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|Weight||6.95 oz (197 g)|
|Dimensions (DxL)||Approx. 2.36 x 1.90" (6.0 x 4.83 cm)|
|Camera Mount Type||Micro Four Thirds|
|Format Compatibility||Micro Four Thirds|
|Angle of View||180°|
|Minimum Focus Distance||4.0" (10.16 cm)|
Comparable Four Thirds and Micro 4/3 Focal Length: 15 mm
Just got this today and I have to say I'm pleasantly surprised. It's much more solid than I thought it would be, really nice build. I'm using this on an Olympus OMD e- Mark 5 II. A little stiff when mounting and unmounting, but perfectly fine.
I just got this lens today to be used on my new Lumix G9. I took the very fishy looking first image and applied the Lightroom lens correction and I am pleased with this initial result. The lens is sharp and is easy to use.
After seeing many positive reviews and only a few negatives, I thought that I would try this lens. Initially, there was a bit of a "wow" factor when I reviewed the photos on the back of my GH5. I was not impressed with the first set of imports into the computer.
Much higher quality than the price would make you believe. Unless you have an unlimited budget, this should be in your bag if you have an M 4/3 camera.
I bought this lens more on a lark and since it was pretty inexpensive, I thought why not. However, I'm having trouble removing it from my Pen F......not because it's stuck, it's just a whole lot of fun to shoot.
Although it's strictly a manual focus affair, you can set it to infinity focus and it will ne fine for most things. If you have a static subject you can use your camera's focus peaking feature to get it as good as you can make it.
I shoot nearly all formats, with medium format film (mostly 6x4.5) being my normal. My digital camera, Nikon D7000 has been a phenomenal piece of equipment but I decided that since my film is my career and digital is my fun toy I would dive in to the compact world of Micro Four Thirds.
This is a great superwide lens for m43. Mine is sharp to the edges, certainly enough for my work, and VASTLY SUPERIOR TO ANY w/a CONVERSION LENS, even the way expensive Raynox so-called "pro" conversion lenses, all which I ditched. Very small and light. A very satisfactory purchase.
I use this ultra wide fisheye for interiors and correct lens distortion using adobe raw or photoshop or sometimes both. Because focus is not a big issue, the lens is great for getting interiors done quickly in terms of shooting but a bit more work in post.
This is a fun fisheye lens. I have two problems with the lens. First, the micro 4/3 mount seems to be just slightly too large. It takes more force to insert the lens into my camera than my kit lens (Olympus OMD-EM10 camera). Second, the focus ring seems to be slightly misaligned.