Excerpt: Probably the smallest fisheye lens on the market. Image quality is pretty good, better than I expected. It's a fisheye, so there is distortion, but it can be straightened easily in post-processing (see my pics). That makes it also suitable as an ultra wide lens.
Excerpt: If you intend to use this lens on the Samsung NX1, then better be ready that your fingers will get into the picture as you're holding the camera with your right hand! This is just plain ridiculous as is! This lens should be labelled with a warning about that irritating side-effect!
Excerpt: I just purchased the Samsung 10mm Fisheye. I have owned fisheye lenses by Nikon and Canon. I have to say that the Samsung is sharper than the other two. I use this for architetural photography and just for fun. It is very sharp and color rendition is spot on.
Pros: Consistent Output, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight
Excerpt: Invested in this lens because it serves as a wide lens on the Samsung NX500's crop factor when shooting 4K video. Also using it for extreme landscape photography with adjustments in post-production. Love it so far.
Excerpt: This lens takes great pictures and I love that it is so small so that it takes up hardly any space in my bag. (Only draw back to its size is you have to get used to holding the camera so your fingers don't get in the image.)
Pros: Consistent Output, Easily Interchangeable, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight, Nice Bokeh, Simple design