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Bower SLY1428S Ultra Wide-Angle 14mm f/2.8 Fisheye Lens for Sony
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- Super-wide 14mm focal length
- High index, low-dispersion multi-coated optical glass to reduce flare
- Superior outer edge image quality with low distortion and chromatic aberration
- Minimum focusing distance of 11 inches
- Impressive 90°+ field of view
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The ultra wide-angle 14mm f/2.8 lens for Nikon is a fixed fisheye lens that offers an impressive 92.5° field of view for stunningly vast image capture. Its advanced aspherical, multi-coated optical glass reduces flare and minimizes outer-edge distortion for optimal image quality. Includes attached tulip lens hood and pouch.
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I have been using this lens for a few months now I have to say I love what it does for the money. It has a permanent spot in my kit along side my Nikon 24-70 2.8 and my 70-200 2.8. With these three lenses I can cover almost any situation. Even though I love this lens and it has its place next to my high end lenses it is NOT the same quality as my other lenses and does have its flaws.
- AMAZING construction: This lens is built like a tank and is almost full metal construction. The focus ring is amazingly smooth and easy to use.
- Very Sharp: This lens is manual focus but if you get the focus right it is extremely sharp even wide open (not the best in the corners but that is expected even on the most expensive super wide angle lenses)
-Manual Aperture: Some may view this as a negative thing but i actually really enjoy the aperture ring on manual lenses, and on this lens especially. On this lens you can actually move the aperture ring between labeled f-stops. This gives added flexibility and control over the lighting.
-Distortion: This lens does have quite a bit of distortion. It becomes readily aparent when taking pictures of subjects that include straight lines (for example brick walls). It can be corrected in post processing.
-Manual Focus: The focus on this lens is all manual. It can be hard to find the focus at times. the higher quality your viewfinder the easier it is. I have read also that some will use their "live view" feature to find the focus easier. However, with a little practice and time using the lens it will become easier to perfect.
This is an amazing piece of glass for the money. I have gotten amazing results at weddings, architecture, and shots of the milky way. It does have its drawbacks so if you cant live with those, save up the extra thousand dollars to get the Nikon 14mm 2.8 or the thousands of dollars for the Nikon 14-24 2.8. I do most of my shooting with my Nikon 24-70 and 70-200 and don't need anything wider most of the time. However I love having this as an option. If your looking for a quality lens for a bargain then this is a great buy.
I sent it back and will probably try again in a couple months when there are few in stock. This is pretty much the angle of view I wanted and will keep hunting. I heard there are quality control issues and sometimes you have to go through a couple lenses before you find the jewel. Sigh.