Oshiro 8mm f/3.5
Wide Angle Super Fisheye Lens
Oshiro's 8mm f/3.5 is a manual focus lens offers the utmost in optical construction, including ultra-low dispersion lens elements and moisture and dustproof seal on the all-metal mount. Low dispersion glass offers superior sharpness and color correction by minimizing chromatic aberration. The lens is built with 10 elements in 7 groups with Oshiro's patented optical structure to provide image clarity and color. The f3.5 maximum aperture complements working in difficult lighting. Ultra nano crystal multi-coating eliminates lens element reflections and reduces ghost and flare.
Freedom From Ordinary Pictures The Oshiro 8mm fisheye lens achieves an ultra-wide picture angle of 180 degrees on digital SLR cameras while remaining compact and lightweight. Its unique fisheye bending effect with edge-to-edge sharpness opens up entirely new composition possibilities. Try different viewpoints and angles to turn ordinary scenes into extraordinary photographs. And with a minimal focus distance of just 12 inches (0.3m), you can get an entirely new perspective on just about any subject you shoot.
- FOCAL LENGTH
- MAXIMUM APERTURE
- MINIMUM APERTURE
- ANGLE OF VIEW
- 180 degrees
- Full frame and APS-C
- 10 elements in 7 groups
- APERTURE BLADES
- FOCUSING DISTANCE
- 12 inches / 0.3m
- 4 Inches (10cm)
- 14.6oz (414g)
- 8mm f/3.5 manual fisheye lens compatible with full-frame sensors (produces a full circle) as well as APS-C sensors
- 10 lens elements in 7 groups, Low dispersion ultra nano crystal multi-coating anti-reflection optical glass
- Ultra-fast f/3.5 maximum aperture and rounded eight-blade diaphragm for superior depth-of-field view angle
- AL aspherical lens element for high image quality with improved performance
- Equivalent to 12mm in the 35mm APS-C format
- Available in Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, Sony and Olympus PEN mount
- 5-Year parts and labor warranty
Using this on a Sony NEX with adapter. This will replace the Canon 50mm lens. Its awesome. A little flary but i think thats from the lens adapter. It is extremely solid and well built. I willbe posting a review to youtube very soon. Im looking forward to seeing what else this company has to offer in the coming months. BTW its so affordable that i am selling my Rokino 35mm and Canon 50mm so i will have $350-$500 in actual profit to spend on other gear.
Recently purchased this lens, and I am surprised by how high quality it is. Images are very clear and the bokeh is nice also, I absolutely love the metal construction of the lens. Well worth over $300.
This is my latest most favorite lens! tack sharp, and i love manual focus lenses so this is very much up in my alley.
I shoot with a Sony A7 w/legacy lenses (Minolta/Canon FD) but didn't have a 35mm......saw this and had a feeling this would be a quality lens and I was right....look forward to using it a lot more.