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52MM 0.35x Altura Photo HD Fisheye Wide Angle Lens (w/ Macro Portion) for Nikon D7100 D7000 D5500 D5300 D5200 D5100 D3300 D3200 D3100 D3000 DSLR Cameras
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- Easily screws on to the front of your lens, and instantly expands the field of view for outstanding fisheye photography. Features a detachable macro lens for extremely high-resolution close-ups of small objects.
- Lens Compatibilities: Popular 52MM Lens models include NIKON AF-S DX 18-55mm F/3.5-5.6 VR, AF-S DX 55-200mm F/4-5.6 VR, CANON EF-M 18-55mm IS STM, Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II, Pentax DA 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 AL WR, Canon EF-M 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 IS STM Compact System Lens.
- Camera Models: NIKON DSLR (D3300 D3200 D3100 D5500 D5300 D5200 D5100 D7100 D7000). Also compatible with the Canon EOS M M3 Compact System Mirrorless Camera EF-M 18-55mm IS STM zoom lenses, EF 50mm f/1.8 II.
- NOTE: PLEASE VERIFY YOUR CAMERA'S LENS THREAD SIZE BEFORE ORDERING. This Fisheye adapter is compatible with 52MM lenses only. Lens sizes vary regardless of camera brand or model. Your camera's lens thread size will be marked somewhere on the lens barrel or printed underneath your lens cap. This number is always preceded by a ""Ø"" (diameter) symbol. For example: Ø52= 52mm lens thread size.
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|Compatible Mountings||—||Nikon F||Nikon (DX),Nikon F, Nikon (DX), Nikon F||Nikon (DX),Nikon (FX),Nikon F,Nikon F(DX), Nikon (DX), Nikon (FX), Nikon F, Nikon F(DX)||Nikon F||Nikon F|
|Item Dimensions||—||2.95 x 2.95 x 3.03 in||2 x 3 x 2 in||0.8 x 0.8 x 2.1 in||2.95 x 3.03 x 2.95 in||2.95 x 3.03 x 2.95 in|
|Item Weight||4 ounces||0.94 lb||7.2 ounces||—||0.98 lb||0.98 lb|
|Lens||macro, fisheye, wide-angle||Prime lens||Fisheye||macro||Prime lens||Wide-angle|
|Maximum Focal Length||52 millimeters||8 millimeters||6.5 millimeters||55 millimeters||8 millimeters||8 millimeters|
|Minimum Focal Length||52 millimeters||8 millimeters||6.5 millimeters||18 millimeters||8 millimeters||8 millimeters|
NOTE: These Lenses are compatible with 52MM lenses only. Please verify your camera's lens thread size before ordering. Your camera's lens thread size will be marked somewhere on the lens barrel or printed underneath your lens cap. This number is always preceded by a "Ø" (diameter) symbol. For example: Ø52 = 52mm lens thread size.
- New Altura Photo 52mm 0.35x Wide Angle Fisheye Lens with Macro Portion
- Authorized Altura Photo Dealer.
- The Altura Photo Wide Angle Fisheye Lens is an excellent lens for extreme sports and dramatic action photography. Pulls nearby objects in its view closer and pushes farther objects further into the background, so as to exaggerate and focus on the subject.
- Includes: Wide angle fisheye lens with macro portion, front and back lens cover, and a protective lens bag.
- This lens is defined at 0.35x, giving it a perfect balance of both categories with 180 degree fisheye capability.
- 2-in-1: Detachable Macro lens for close-up, high-quality photography.
- Multi-Coated (MC): Reduces glass flare & ghosting caused by reflections.
- Full Autofocus (AF) and Infrared (IR) compatible: High resolution day & night photos.
- Extra heavy duty construction for professional and outdoor use.
- Designed for high megapixel photography & video camera use.
- New Premium MagicFiber® Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
- Ultra gentle! Extremely fine microfiber leaves zero scratches, streaks or marks. Safe for all lenses.
- Ideal for cleaning oil and dirt off eyeglasses, iPhone/iPad and other touch screens, binocular lenses, digital SLR and other camera lenses, GPS devices, and other delicate optics.
- Size: 6 x 7 inches (15cm x 18cm)
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Why did I buy it?
I do real estate marketing for a living (design and printwork) and I bought my daughter the Canon for Christmas. She's got a great eye for photography, and I wanted to introduce her to real estate photography. Well, she had her first photo shoot last Saturday, and the photos came out really well. However, I could tell that the images we took, weren't as wide of an angle as those taken by professional real estate photographers. So...I asked one of my favorite photographers about his equipment (he's the one with the $2,500 Nikon lens). He told me what my options were, and I searched on Amazon for what I thought would be a good fit.
This lens obviously caught my attention because it gives me the same focal length for a ridiculously low price (actually a little wider than his Nikon). When we first got it, I couldn't wait to try it out. So we opened the box, saw the leather pouch it comes in, took it out and screwed it onto the Canon. When I turned the LCD viewfinder on, I almost couldn't believe it! It's not quite 180 degrees....but if you stand in the doorway of a small bedroom, let's say, you'll absolutely have every part of the room showing in your lens. Amazing! It also captures much more of the "floor-to-ceiling" so it expands things both horizontally and vertically.
I wish we had purchased it prior to last Saturday's shoot, as I think the photos we took would have been much better (even though they were already good!) I'm almost thinking about driving back out to the property as a favor to my customer and re-shooting the house. The wider angles work really well for real estate photography...and it would've given all of the images a much more professional look and feel.
If there's any caution with the lens...it's this. At it's widest angle, you will definitely get vignetting (the corners turn black)...however that happens with basically ALL wide angle lenses (most especially with fisheye lenses). I just back off the widest setting slightly, and the black corners went away. Still though, you'll need software to help correct for the lens distortion where things curve around the edges (in other words, the left and right walls will be curved when shooting a room). GIMP does a pretty decent job of that with its lens distortion filter, and their software is free.
All in all, I couldn't be more pleased with this lens! I haven't used the macro aspect of the lens yet, as it was purchased primarily for the wider angle requirements....but I'm fairly certain the macro will be great too! The lens feels very high quality (heavy, and doesn't feel cheap at all.) It screwed onto the camera with no effort at all (but as with photo filters, the threads are VERY fine so you have to make sure you've got it on correctly before tightening down. You don't want to strip the threads.) Mine went on perfectly, and smoothly.
Oh, one more thing I noticed. If you use the built-in flash on the camera (it's forward facing)...you'll get a small "half-circle" shadow at the bottom of the photo. That's because when you have the lens added to the standard kit lens, it adds a couple inches in length. The flash is ever-so-slightly blocked at the bottom of the photo, but the same thing would happen with a telephoto lens. Again, all you have to do is zoom in a little closer...or buy a flash that sits a little higher (on the shoe instead of the lower-sitting built-in flash).
Just buy it....you won't regret it at all.
For reference, I have a Canon T4i, and I used this lens attached to my basic 18-55mm autofocus lens.
My goal was basic real estate photography, where I need wide angle coverage. But (as others have noted) the lens has a few serious flaws. First, except for the very middle area, the outer edges were horribly fuzzy. Second, the images exhibited serious red/blue color fringing, even right in the middle of the view. Third, the images were noticeably lower contrast than comparison shots without this lens attached. Fourth, it's NOT a full-frame fisheye. Instead, when zoomed all the way out, only approximately the center 50% of the sensor area is the image; the rest is a black border. So by the time you crop to a 16x9 rectangular image, and unwarp it (using Photoshop's lens correction filter), the zoom is only maybe 10% better than the basic 18mm lens to which it's attached, but with a horribly fuzzy, fringed and washed-out image! Honestly, I get much, much better images using my iPhone and the "Pano" setting on the camera app.
I will give it this credit: the macro part of the lens isn't actually that bad. You can get seriously close to small objects - actually nearly touching the lens - and the image quality is pretty good. But for a fisheye, no such luck.
The attached image shows what I'm talking about. This is an untouched, unedited shot using a Canon T4i, 18-55mm autofocus zoom lens set at full 18mm wide, with this lens attached to the front as directed. (I doubt Amazon will upload the entire 12Mp image.)
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