Looking for a fisheye lens?
I have a Canon Rebel Ti and a Nikon D40. I really want a fisheye lens. Is there one for either of those? If so, where? If not, what kind of camera should I get to use with a fisheye?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Go for the Tokina 10-17mm fisheye-zoom.
You can find it for only Nikon D40 (works only on cropped sensor cameras).
This lens offers a true 180 degree diagonal fisheye view at the 10mm setting and goes up to 17mm ultra wide angle non-rectilinear, thus giving you much more creative possibilities.
It is also much cheaper than hte Nikon 10.5mm and at the same time of very high image quality/sharpness.Source(s): I am a photographer.
- Anonymous5 years ago
Canon EF 15mm f/2.8 Fisheye Lens. All good but is about £500
- PolyhistorLv 71 decade ago
For the amount of money you are going to spend on it and the amount of shooting you will do with it, it is not an economical decision. I bought a lens one time for one picture that I thought I could get with it. That could not be done and you could not even use a fisheye to get a reasonably perspective. Fisheyes will warp perspective most often.
- leegee01Lv 41 decade ago
I have the Tamron 11-18mm for Canon. I've been pleased with the results I've gotten with it. I think they also make one for a Nikon mount.
I got mine fairly recently for $400 new, with warranty.
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
try B&H photo or adorama - both top notch sites, also sell used. Let me tell ya - fish eye is probably the least used lens out there - make sure you rally want one ---
- 1 decade ago
Your looking to realy spend alot of money fish eye lenes are not cheep
- Sophie BLv 71 decade ago
These are available thru Amazon.... and turn up on Ebay ever so often....