Summary: This is a great ultra-wide angle lens which can add some new flavor to your portfolio. Be careful not to over do it. Also, keep in mind that some vignetting occurs when used with cropped sensors.
Pros: Consistent Output, Easily Interchangeable, Fast / accurate auto-focus
Summary: Fantastically fun new take on how the world can appear. If you have access to both crop sensor and full frame sensor/film then there are a wealth of possibilities with this lens.You do need to be acutely aware of the front element which cannot be protected by a filter, especially as the close focus point is at 15cm from the sensor, meaning approx 1cm from the front element.The lens hood only seems to be of any use at 15mm.When used on APS-C sensor, the zoom limiter...
Pros: Great Features, Great Picture Quality, Makes You Think More
Summary: You can get a unique perspectives using this lens but it is tricky to find a strong composition as the distortion limits compositional choices. As many other people say, the lens is fun to use, you will find yourself working new angles that you just could not use with other lenses.The lens cap isnt particularly firmly held on the lens, so care needs to be taken.
Summary: Another tasty bit of bottle from the Neasden boys, this one with a front end the width of your hand and so deep and dark you could sink your arm in it up to the elbow. Sporting a smart paint job featuring the L-type red band and white lettering on a black lens barrel, it comes with the Canon signature notched lens hood and a clip on cap proudly displaying the maker's name that fits over it without having to reverse the hood – which doesn't reverse in any case.Neck...
Pros: Great Features, Great Picture Quality, Lightweight, Looks Ultra-cool, Simple Controls