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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
While I mainly use the Rokinon 7.5mm f/3.5 as a "toy lens," it certainly has the capability of using it for more professional work.Since it is both easier to read and write in a list of pros and cons, I'll do just that:Pros:- Incredibly well made/durable.
I was in the market for a new fun Ultra Wide Angle lens for my recently growing Micro 4/3 system. Works extremely well on my Olympus OM-D with no chromatic aberrations that I can see and is sharp even at wide open.
I have a Lumix GX85 and am getting much more use out of this lens than I expected. A better buy for me than spending $800 on the Lumix automatic (AE & AF) fisheye.Took a bit to get used to the manual lens, but it's generally quite easy.
Lens exactly as advertised! First it's made quite well, focus ring is a bit stiff but better than being loose. The lens is sharp! I stop it down to F8 mostly outside in sunshine, no need to focus, everything is in focus. Close focus is very close with in an inch or so.
The lens is very well constructed, and the optical quality seems excellent. There is quite a bit of lens flare but the lens produces a sharp image. The focus and aperture rings are well weighted and smooth. The mount fits perfectly on my PM-2 but is a bit tight on my E-M10.
Color and sharpness are very good; "pleasing" is a good descriptor.
I have a GH4 and was looking for a nice fisheye for travel photos and videos. I use this midway through a lot of trips, and find myself keeping it on until I absolutely need to photo something further than 15' away. It's great and sharp.
As much as I can tell with my aging OM-D E-M5, this lens is sharp edge-to-edge, with only very little loss of quality (minute fringing). Definitely higher quality than my M.Zuiko 17mm and at least as good as the M.Zuiko 12mm.
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.
Super solid build, mostly metal. Works great with my GH3. This lens has a super close focal distance, good for some creative shots. Has extremely wide angle, and the focus ring is nice and buttery. The fish eye looks really nice on it.