Summary: Uses: Moslty action sports, such as skating, snowboarding, wakeboarding... If you are unsatisfied with your current fisheye or looking to buy one for the first time, LOOK NO FURTHER... This one is great, wouldn't buy anything else... And for the price :)... just buy it!!
Summary: very wide view, doesnt compare to a century death lens but it gets the jobs done for skate lines and for its price. worth having if your a beginner filmer for skateboarding and need a fisheye...get this one. once you get to the upper levels of filming i recommend the century ultra fisheye.
Pros: Easily Interchangeable, Lightweight, Little vig on full screen, No blur, Quick Focus, Sharp Focus, Strong Construction, Wide Angle
Summary: I use this lense for skydiveing videos. Its so wide that you can see my face in some of the videos, and black edges around the sides. But its a good starting lense for beginners like me. I would rather buy this lense than a higher quality one for 5 time the money.
Pros: Easily Interchangeable, Easy To Clean, Strong Construction
Summary: The lens is amazing. This price is rediculous for the quality. I use this for snowboarding and skimboarding. It lets you get closer to your riders and give you an amazing shot. You dont have to worry about missing your shot with this lens.
Pros: Consistent Output, Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Easy To Clean, Lightweight, Sharp Focus, Strong Construction
Summary: Although this lens may seem cheap and useless at such a low price, there is more than meets the eye and predisposition in this bad boy. The glass isn't the best out there and the edges are very soft, but I would still recommend this lens for someone with a cheaper camera who is newer to filming and or editing and wants to experience the distortion a fish eye gives without dropping insane amounts of money on a lens more expensive than their camera itself.