Excerpt: I'm using this for my BMPCC, the crop factor is actually a good thing, it makes the distortion look less severe, and less "gopro" like, the focal length is not super wide with the crop factor, but it is pretty decent.
Excerpt: Some have complained that it does not mount as smoothly as other lenses. But on my Panasonic gf7, it mounts smooth as butter, as well as any of my panasonic lenses. Yeah, focus ring is a bit stiff but no big deal.
Excerpt: For years, I have been hesitant to get a fisheye lens. But recently I learned about "defishing" a fisheye image. And since this lens had tood reviews, I decided to jump in. For architectural photos, the distortion does bother me.
Excerpt: This is a fun lens and incredibly compact and light weight given its FL and speed. Surprisingly bright and sharp all the way to the corners. An overall outstanding value. However, be prepared to go "full manual" with this lens.
Excerpt: A very clear lens with excellent clarity & colour rendition ....very versatile ... videos are facinating & shots really hold your interest !! Build quality is excellent ... set your camera on auto & it will adjust your shutter speed ....
Excerpt: 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.
Excerpt: I Bought this to use on my BMPCC and Nebula 4000. It's small and compact which makes it a good candidate to use on a stabilizer like the Nebula. The crop factor on the Pocket Cam makes it so you don't get as much of the fish eye effect but you will still get a little distortion.