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|Dimensions (DxL)||Approx. 2.36 x 2.54" (60 x 64.4 mm)|
|Weight||9.17 oz (260 g)|
|Format Compatibility||Canon (APS-C)|
|Angle of View||180°|
Comparable APS-C 1.6x Focal Length: 12.8 mm
|Minimum Focus Distance||11.81" (30 cm)|
|Camera Mount Type||Canon EF-M|
I was watching this fisheye for a long time and finally took the plunge. It's definitely a niche lens, but you probably already know that if you want one. It's very well made, nice heavy feel, but compact and fits well on e mount cameras.
Manual lens but really easy to use. Great pics, small, light and solid build. 180degree perspective. I use it with Sony a6000.
A nice lens for the Sony a6500 and fun to use.
A gift to my son and he loved it
This is a nice lens totally manual,for a small lens it has a bit of weight,the copy I received is sharp no problems the focusing ring is a bit tight but that is not a bad thing,it’s the widest available lens for Fuji as Fuji don’t make a prime lens at the moment ,in conclusion happy with lens...
really good value recommend
I have made amazing photos with it. Mind you, it is fish eye. There is tons of distortion with it. I want to buy the Samyang 12 mm which is rectilinear and compare. I might keep both, we will see. Dont let the manual focus and aperture put you off, being so wide angle they are not much of an issue.
Build quality is great, and the image production is pretty good. Set focusing to anywhere from 6" to 2' with an f/stop around 5.6-8 and you can't really miss.
This lens is amazing value for money. The results are sharp and the distortion not too extreme. I had previously tried the Vivitar equivalent and had been very disappointed, but this lens is in the same league as Canon's own. Not being auto focus isn't and issue as the depth of field is enormous.
A Brilliant little lens on my Sony A6000