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.
Excerpt: for micro third you should be carefull always lit for the faces and get external 1080p monitor to judge your video any under expoused subject will show digital noise. Very bad for indoor and low light is disaster. still sharp for day time shoot.
Excerpt: Fisheye novelty lens. Fun to use. But takes practice and an eye for creativity to use well. Lens is small and light. Focus ring a bit tight but not bad as focusing can be estimated and depth of focus takes care of the rest.Best results, use magnified view to focus accurately.
Excerpt: Very sharp. Reasonably priced. A fun lens. Be careful not to damage the front element. Focusing ring is somewhat stiff, perhaps because Roticon concentrates on video. But focusing is somewhat of a no-brainer. It's a fisheye. DOF is very great.
Excerpt: This is a great lens to have for my glidecam. I also enjoy using this to do timelapse video of my wife and I eating out or for weddings. Don't expect for this lens to blow you away with it's image quality. I own a 5DM3 and L lenses, so I can see a difference.
Excerpt: Great for those close up shots. Sturdy construction. Only complaint: mount is a bit tight when putting on camera. My other lens fit smoothly and perfectly on my GH2, but this lens is a tiny bit off and thus, requires a bit more oomph than is normal to get the lens to lock into place.