Summary: What a fun little lens! Quickly becoming one of my favorites! The first thing you notice about it is the build quality. Most of it feels like it's made of metal, and it had a very satisfying heft to it.
A Whole new vision....first WOW lens in a long time! Minimum distortion, super sharp images!
Glenn A. Martinez, Amazon
28 June 2015
Summary: A whole new photography experience! A fisheye that is usable! I am shooting flowers, and macro photography. Using an Olympus E5-Mark II....the secret...set your camera IS to 8mm. You HAVE TO TELL THE CAMERA! In IS Mode, I select INFO and then set the lens focal length. The default was 70 mm.
Summary: Being a manual focus lens I was a bit hesitant getting it, but I am now so glad that I did! As others have written, you can pretty much set the aperture anywhere from f3.5 (wide open) on up and the focus to just short of infinity and everything from about a couple of feet or so to infinity will be...
Summary: For some personal background, I have five cameras only one of which is an SLR. I buy and sell cameras all the time perpetually looking for the Holy Grail. Though more a picture taker than a photographer, I was intrigued by the possibilities of a fisheye even though I'd have to abandon my automatic...
Summary: I haven't had a fisheye in years. They can be a ton of fun and I am happy to have one back in my bag. I'm using this with my OM-D E-M10. Lack of AF is not missed. The optical and build quality are excellent, especially considering the low cost. Highly recommended!
Summary: This has unexpectedly turned out to be one of my favorite and most-used lenses. A manual focus lens that is wicked sharp with crazy depth of field; shoot at f5.6 or f8, roll focus back a smudge from infinity and shoot away.