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Sigma 15mm f2.8 Diagonal Fisheye For Canon Digital & Flim SLRCameras

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  • A full frame fish eye lens for Canon Film and digital cameras
  • 180 degree angle with full frame digital or 35mm film cameras
  • Fishe eye disortion for creative photography
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Sigma 15mm f2.8 Diagonal Fisheye For Canon Digital & Flim SLRCameras
Customer Rating 5 out of 5 stars (7) 4 out of 5 stars (62) 4 out of 5 stars (7) 5 out of 5 stars (13)
Price £499.00 £213.00 £539.99 £939.00
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Sold by Amazon.co.uk Amazon.co.uk Carmarthen Cameras Amazon.co.uk
Dimensions 7.4 cm x 6.5 cm x 7.4 cm 7.5 cm x 7.4 cm x 7.4 cm 7.4 cm x 6.5 cm x 7.4 cm 7.8 cm x 8.3 cm x 7.8 cm
Item Weight 372 g 399 g 372 g 540 g
Model Year 2010 2013 2010 2010
Mounting Sigmabayonet Canon EF / EF-S Nikonbayonet canon
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  • Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 7.4 x 7.4 cm ; 372 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 558 g
  • Item model number: 476101
  • ASIN: B000CDC79M
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 13 Oct. 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
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This full frame fisheye lens has an angle of view of 180° across the diagonal. It is an ideal lens for digital SLR cameras. By taking advantage of both the distortion aberration specific to fisheye lenses and the minimum shooting distance of 15 cm (5.9 inches), the photographer can shoot creative images. This lens has an insertion-type gelatin filter holder at the rear, allowing the use of gelatin filters

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    I'm not sure of how much popularity this lens is going to get for APS-C cameras, as I suspect you wouldn't really see much of the fisheye distortion, the actual focal length on APS-C cameras being roughly 24mm, making the lens a nice almost-wide-angle but hardly a fisheye. If you are, however, looking for a fish-eye for a full frame camera, this lens would appear to me to be the perfect choice, especially if you don't feel like spending the extra £1000 on the EF 8-15mm f/4L. Moreover the way I understand it, if you go for the 8-15mm, you will only be able to use it at its longest end on a full frame camera anyway (unless you want to have a black circle around your picture), so the whole "zooming range" is of no use really, and a 15mm is what you are looking for anyway. And since Canon have discontinued their EF15mm fisheye and only have the 8-15mm L, this again leaves the Sigma as the lens of choice.

    But enough of the theory, given the reasoning above, I bought this lens for my holiday, and I have to say I immediately fell in love with it. The build quality is very good and the lens does feel quite sturdy despite its size. AF works well with the Canon electronics on my 5D mkII, although the light metering (with fisheyes in general) is not great, and using exposure compensation or manual settings is advisable, especially in high-light situations. The picture quality is really impressive, the lens is sharp, colours are great and what probably impressed me the most was its resistance to flares and ability to deal with high contrast situations (such as having the sun and a shadowed area in the same picture). On many of these occasions, this little bugger actually did better than my EF 24-105mm L. Vignetting and chromatic aberration were almost non-existent.
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    We got this lens to photograph sessions in our recording studio which has lots of small spaces and relatively low light. I'd previously borrowed a Canon fish eye off a friend (same spec as this) and was sold on the usefulness of the wide angle immediately. I didn't expect the Sigma to have the same image quality as is less expensive, but the opposite was true ... to our eyes the Sigma photos actually look better. Maybe it's just because this is a newer lens, but either way, there is no way I would swap this lens for a Canon (and I have high-end Canon lenses I LOVE so am not a canon hater or anything!). If you're considering this against the Canon then don't even think twice, this is an amazing lens.
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    Most of the time I use Canon zoom lenses on my Canon 5D Mark 2 despite the fact that I carry a couple of fixed focal length lenses in the bag. At least 90% of the time a lens swap isn't worth while. But the 15mm fish eye is different - I want a specific effect and this delivers exactly what I am after. I couldn't find a Canon 15mm to buy and I don't need the facility to zoom so the 8 -15mm Canon at nearly twice the price is wasted on me.

    This was my first non-Canon lens so I was a little concerned about the build quality and as to how it would perform. I was not disappointed on either count. I had read a slight beef that auto-focussing could be a problem but it seems fine so far even in low light with temperatures below freezing. As it's not something I'm going to use every day it was nice to find that the custom-made case is well-made.
    I don't give many 5 star recommendations so draw your own conclusions.
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    I was initially hesitant to buy this lens, being something of a purist when it comes to lens purchases; all of my other lenses are Canon L series models, a line I've stuck with due to their consistent high quality, reliability and performance, which are all essential to a working photographer.

    A fisheye was something I kinda tinkered with the idea of buying for quite a while. The thing is, the effect it creates is of somewhat limited usage (I do concert photography for magazines, and editors generally want close ups of the singers), but I nevertheless figured it'd be fun to have one in my bag for occasions when it would be suitable. The distortion it creates allows you to be very creative with your shots, and that was just so tempting for me that I finally made the decision to buy one. However, Canon's equivalent lens is no longer made and hard to come by, so after a lot of research on the web, I decided to take a chance on this, and I'm glad I did because the lens is surprisingly impressive. Sharpness, even at f2.8, is totally acceptable, obviously increasing as you stop down. The minimum focus distance allows you to get really close to your subject, which really exploits the fisheye effect to its fullest, by giving your subjects those characteristic bulging eyes and faces that I've always loved in fisheye photography. Furthermore, in a concert photography situation, it makes for great shots of the entire stage and light show.

    My only issue with the lens is that the focus motor isn't nearly as fast as my Canon lenses. Whether this is due to the nature of fisheye lenses or is something specific to this particular lens or its manufacturer is unclear to me due to lack of experience with both the lens type and Sigma, suffice to say that while I've thankfully not missed any shots because of it, it nevertheless remains a minor risk. Still, having said that, I'm really glad with my purchase and love the results thus far.
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