Sigma 10mm f/2.8 EX DC HSM Fisheye Lens for Canon Digital Camera with APS-C Sensors
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- Fisheye lens designed specifically for APS-C digital SLR cameras
- 13.5cm minimum focusing distance and 1:33 maximum magnification allows close up photography
- Equipped with HSM allowing full-time manual focus override
- Equisolid angle projection system is possible for art and scientific use
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This autofocus fisheye lens is designed for use with digital SLR cameras equipped with APS-C size image sensors. The Nikon version produces a diagonal angle of view of 180 degrees (154 degrees for Sigma, 167 degrees for Canon). The diagonal field of view of this fisheye lens produces striking images with exaggerated perspective and distortion. The minimum focusing distance of 13.5cm and maximum magnification 1:3.3 allows subjects to be as close as 1.8cm from the lens front element. This close focusing capability allows close-up photography and also it is possible to make use of large depth of field that covers wide range of subjects. The Integral hood blocks out extraneous light and the super multi-layer coating minimizes flare and ghosting, creating superior image quality. The HSM (Hyper Sonic Motor) ensures fast and quiet auto focusing and allows full-time manual focus override by rotation of the focus ring. This lens is supplied with a gelatin filter holder at the rear, allowing the use of gelatin filters.
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This lens is AWESOME! It's not everyone's cup of tea, but it's gonna be totally awesome for some pet photo projects that I have up my sleeve. It focuses quickly. I've never had an ultra wide angle lens before, so this is all new to me, but holy moly, I wish I had had this when I was traveling abroad many years ago! This would make an AWESOME travel lens (for selfies and just scenic photos). I am so happy with the purchase and, if you have the money, I would recommend buying this lens to add to your arsenal. I mainly got this lens because I wanted to get into some underwater photography, but I can see this lens coming in handy for so many different things. It's super duper sharp and you can be within inches of your subject. I have accidentally gotten so close to my dog that he bonked his wet nose on it! Definitely keep a microfiber cloth handy with you at all times because, since the glass bows out, you will likely get lots of dust, fingerprints and dog spit all over it (if you're photographing wiggly pups).
I have posted one of the first photos (of my dog) that I took with the lens in the gallery on here.
This lens is great. The construction quality is more than good, super sharp pictures even when you're shooting at f2.8. This lens is also fun because of the natural distortion it creates. If you're looking for a fisheye lens for your alpha camera with APS-C sensor and don't want to spend more than 700 dollars, this is the one you need, no question about it.
What I also love about this lens is the macro capability. The results shooting macros are fun and interesting.
I highly recommend buying this lens for everyone that is looking for a fisheye lens for his Sony camera.
If you want to get a really wide angle lens, this is the one. Be prepared to crop way down into the center of the picture to minimize the distortion around the edges. Before dropping 700 bones, be sure that you WANT a fisheye. If you don't want a fisheye, you'll waste 700 bucks and a lot of space in your camera bag.
That said, this lens is so sharp. Even wide open (F/2.8) the depth of field is huge. From the front of the image to the very back the whole thing is sharp. If you expect some bokeh, you won't find it. I have a Sony Alpha and the HSM motor is the quietest AF I have ever heard. It is faster and quieter than my Sony kit lens. --And with the depth of field, you can afford to be a little off with the focus.