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There are two types of fisheye: circular and diagonal. The Rokinon 8mm f/3.5 Aspherical Fisheye Lens is of the diagonal type, delivering a rectangular image with cropped-sensor lenses. The lens I worked with is designed for the Nikon DX (APS-C/cropped) sensor.
I just received the lens and the build quality seems good. I have only taken pictures indoors, but I can get almost the whole room in the shot. I did try to take an outside shot in total darkness, and had the shadow of the lens cover in the frame, so the removable cover version may be better.
Great lens for the price. If you know the various personality issues of a fish eye lens (distortion, etc) and accept that this is manual focus and aperture adjustment, then you should love this lens. It is very solid and well made.
Great lens. Exactly what I expected. Great for filming outdoor sports (skateboarding and snowboarding)
This lens work as it should ! Ultra-Wide Angle on my 7D mark II and a 180° Fish-Eye on my 6D ! Sharp and clean picture !
This lens become my main lens, i use it all the time for my winter trip to Colorado. The lens is very wide, great to capture the scenery, buildings from short distance. The manual setting is super easy. Just need to set the proper ISO at your camera and go for it. Great pics for every occasion.
I have been wanting this fisheye for months now, and finally had enough to get it. Upon arrival, I noticed it was bigger and a little heavier than I had imagined it to be. There's barely any distortion at the edges, and (in the daylight) everything is crisp and clear.
Nice fisheye lens for Sony at an affordable price!
I love my lens! First I bought the 14mm thinking there wouldn't be that much difference (oh how wrong I was). This is now one of my everyday go to lenses. You certainly can't beat it for the price and functionality offered.
I wish I could be more positive about this lens, but I just can't. I use Nikon and have seen other Nikon users note that their Rokinon 8mm lenses are not precisely calibrated for infinity focus....mine was no exception.
Love this lens but.... This is actually my second lens. The first one just wouldn't quite focus and all my images ended up slightly out of focus. They looked really good when posting on sites, but when viewed in 1:1 you could really see problems.