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0.42X FISHEYE LENS W/ MACRO FOR CANON EOS DIGITAL REBEL [Camera]
|Price:||$16.90 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- 8 Elements of pure Aspherical glass
- A REAL 0.42x Extra Large Panoramic professional Fisheye lens
- Lens is high quality Optics
- Lens is multi-coated / High Resolution Precision Optics, Day or Night
- Auto Focus / Infrared Compatible
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|Item Display Weight||0.6 pounds|
|Lens Type||Fisheye; Macro|
|Maximum Focal Length||46 mm|
|Minimum Focal Length||42 mm|
|Package Height||3.6 x 3.6 x 4.1 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.55 pounds|
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I have a Canon T2i (550D) and bought this lens adapter just for fun. The box contains one fisheye/wide lens with case and caps, 2 adapter rings, and instructions. This product is supposed to be screwed onto the front of your existing lens, not to replace it. I used the 58 mm adapter ring to fit the fisheye lens to the front of my 18-55 kit lens. yay have fun with fisheye/wide angle! awesome for video.
Here is where to find the macro lens. So the fisheye lens is attached to your lens but the fisheye lens itself unscrews into 2 parts. The main part of the fisheye lens actually unscrews from the ring that is screwed into the adapter ring. That is the Macro lens. use manual focus and get close.
The second adapter ring lets me put this fisheye lens on my 50mm 1.8 or any lens with the same diameter. It looked like crap to me so i keep it on my sigma 28-70 2.8 and make up for my 1.7 crop sensor.
To me this is TOTALLY worth it because i can be creative and have fun without having to buy an expensive lens. I hope this helps someone
The second part is a real cheap macro lens that can be detached. It has some interesting features and you can get decent pictures with almost no distance at all (though, you need some light). There's a small distortion, but it can be handled easy.
It comes with a couple of adapter rings (52mm and 58mm) for different cameras. I used it with a Canon Digital Rebel XT and it really gives you the idea of a wide angle lens. It may not be as some professional lenses, but the desired effect is enough.
Above all that, it's insanely cheap for a wide/macro lens. And that's a good combo for less than 40 bucks.
- low price
- sharp image
- includes lens bag
- creates interesting effects
- creates great macro shots
- Compatibility with Canon 18mm-55mm IS lens. Requires 2 "step down" rings to mate the lenses together. As a result, this produces a porthole effect (which might be what you're looking for)
- step down or up rings are NOT included with this lens
- lens caps do not fit snug and always fall off. They're pretty useless.
- edge detail falls off considerably (blurry) with blue edges forming on high contrasting objects.
To achieve the desired effect (fisheye warped / wide angle shots with sharp detail on the extreme edges), this lens does not do that so I'll be looking around for a true Canon / other band fisheye lens.
For this price, I figured even if it didn't work it'd be worth a shot. I just recieved my lens today and I'm incredibly impressed. Both the construction of the lens (it's heavy and has metal components) and quality of the images the lens captures are very impressive. Before you buy this, you need to realize that it is not a lens that will fit directly on your camera--it attaches to lenses you already have. I put it on my 50mm 1.2 and my 18-55mm. The fisheye effect is most prominent when zoomed out a bit, but the quality of this lens is GREAT and I'd say if you're wanting to try a fisheye, before you drop several hundred dollars, you might want to try this lens--you will not be disappointed!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
When I bought this, i didnt expect it to work for the price i got it at, but right when i put it on and tested it out i was AMAZED about how well the pictures turned out, wish i... Read morePublished 2 months ago by John Elahan
Like the optics, but hard to fit on SLR. Guess it was meant for a video.Published 4 months ago by Jean Marshall
i like my 0.20x Opteka better but for $16 dollar it a pretty good buyPublished 4 months ago by Shutter Media Photography