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Opteka .35x HD Super Wide Angle Panoramic Macro Fisheye Lens for Canon EOS 80D, 70D, 60D, 60Da, 50D, 1Ds, 7D, 6D, 5D, 5DS, Rebel T6s, T6i, T6, T5i, T5, T4i, T3i, T3, T2i and SL1 Digital SLR Cameras
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- Easy to use, attaches to the front of any lens with 52mm, 58mm or 67mm filter threads
- An essential lens for extreme sports and dramatic action shooters
- Exaggerates the depth by pulling nearby objects closer and pushing farther objects deeper into the background
- HD, super multicoated glass optics for the sharper images
- Detachable macro lens allows you take close-up sharp images in high resolution
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The Opteka .35X Ultra Wide Angle Fisheye Lens with detachable macro gives you a dramatic 180 degree view with a greatly exaggerated perspective when used with a digital SLR camera and it's existing lens. For example, the Opteka .35x will convert a 18-55mm lens into a 6.3-19.2mm fisheye. A powerful circular image is produced, floating within the frame. This fisheye lens is designed so it allows the lens to work with the camera's autofocus, auto exposure, auto metering and auto white balance functions. Hybrid aspherical lenses and multi-layer coating help you to produce sharply defined images with a minimum of flare and ghosting. The lens focuses as close as 1' (0.3m) from the lens.
Now you can take close-up shots like you never took before with the detachable 10x macro lens. Enables you to get much closer than the minimum focus of the standard camera lens - as close as 3 inches from the subject. Its compact, lightweight design allows anyone to experience the fun and ease of macro photography, without the added bulk and expense. Multi-coated HD elements provide unbelievable detail.
Nothing changes the way you see the world like High Definition, and no company does high definition like Opteka. Change the way you view the world. Enjoy outstanding detail, enjoy enhanced clarity, enjoy Opteka.
Lens Construction: HD multicoated optical glass
Angle of View: 180 degrees diagonal
Minimum Focusing Distance: 1 ft / 0.3m
Length: 10cm / 3 in.
Weight: 10.4 oz (298.5g)
Opteka .35x Fisheye Lens (direct 52mm)
Adapters- 67mm, 58mm
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Macro attachment is great! To use fisheye, use BOTH macro and fisheye attached at once. If on wide angle lens, you get black "porthole" look (see images)...if zoomed in, you lose the black ring, but fisheye becomes less pronounced.
Photos are taken with a 7 year old Canon Rebel T3 1100D using 18-55mm Kit Lens, with full Opteka lens (Macro PLUS fisheye, together) lens attached. autofocus still worked, but sometimes it was slow or "confused"
All in all, a good deal if your plan is to experiment and create some fun effects
I decided to keep it just because it was so cheap, and maybe I'll find a use for it, haven't yet.
I mean, its cheap and all, but it's at the point where whoever made this thing should have been like, no, let not put this in production, it compromises quality way too much. It's like buying a brand new car for less than half price because everything on it is halfa$$ and you will most likely crash and die, but you do it just because of the price....?
I tried this on my Tamron 17mm-55mm thinking it would be useful in the 35-55mm range but at the farther zoom levels it was IMPOSSIBLE to find a single focused point in the image. At the wider ranges it focused (sort of), but the vignetting down the lens barrel was so severe over 50% of the image is black. I ordered an adapter ring for this lens to fit my Canon 28-135mm kit lens and found that in the 35mm-50mm range the vignetting is very minimal and I could actually find a focus point, sort of. Every fisheye I've seen is somewhat blurred and distorted near the farthest edges, but try though I might I couldn't get a very sharp focus except in the very center of the image. Away from that very small focal point the radial blurring begins fairly quickly.
Its very insensitive to light as others have stated, on my f2.8 indoors I couldn't get a proper exposure without going into high ISO settings. Outdoors in sunlight was a little better on my f4.5 lens, but only with the aperture wide open.
The macro DOES get VERY close-up. I have a Canon 60mm macro lens and I can get quite a bit closer with this goofy little adapter, however only the very center of the image is in focus and there's a lot of radial blurring around that center area, whereas the proper Canon macro lens produces images that are sharp, crisp, and clear edge to edge (but cost over $400 more). It reminds me of the images I've gotten with the LensBaby macro kit and that toy also cost several hundred more than this little toy. (In fact, I think I paid more for the macro add-on kit for that lens than I paid for this lens)
All-in-all, for the pittance of a price it isn't that bad for adding some variety to my shots. I think this toy might have some applications for special effects images and for fun new angles on favorite old subjects like pets and kids. Since it IS hundreds of dollars less than a real fisheye lens, whatever you do, don't think this will be a tool for making great quality photos. To be truly happy I'm just going to have to save my pennies and get a high quality fisheye some day, but for now I think of this as a great little cheap-O toy to keep in the kit for 'once in a blue moon' use.