Excerpt: I shoot nearly all formats, with medium format film (mostly 6x4.5) being my normal. My digital camera, Nikon D7000 has been a phenomenal piece of equipment but I decided that since my film is my career and digital is my fun toy I would dive in to the compact world of Micro Four Thirds.
Excerpt: Super solid build, mostly metal. Works great with my GH3. This lens has a super close focal distance, good for some creative shots. Has extremely wide angle, and the focus ring is nice and buttery. The fish eye looks really nice on it.
Excerpt: I got this lens to get a wider lens for interior shots and inside the car, using my car mount. Works great on my Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera. Crisp, deep focus and fast enough for most purposes. Highly recommended. Only bummer is some visual defects.
Excerpt: Had a Rokinon fisheye that was used on a Nikon DX camera and was never happy with the results: pictures were only sharp in the center and exhibited very high CAs that required strong treatment every time.
Excerpt: I've used the lens as a fisheye for starscapes, pictures inside of caves, and some fun, admittedly "gimmicky" pics. It's acceptably sharp wide open and at f4.5 very sharp almost into the corners. Flare is very well controlled and contrast is good.
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: Bought this as a less expensive approach to superwide videos on my GH4. Also to be used at large festival in Atlanta this week and the Albuquerque Balloon Fest in a few weeks. Never had a fisheye befoe but very impressed with how well it works with my GH4.