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Samyang 8mm Fisheye F3.5 for Canon

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In The Box


What's in the Box:



  • 1 x Samyang 8mm f/3.5 f3.5 HD Fish-eye Lens for Canon EOS


  • 1 x Lens Cap


What's in the Box:



  • 1 x Samyang 8mm f/3.5 f3.5 HD Fish-eye Lens for Canon EOS


  • 1 x Lens Cap



Product Features

Samyang Optics (Korea) is offering SLR lenses for many years but recently they've gained some higher visibility & popularity due to some quite exiting new products like the recently reviewed Samyang 85mm f/1.4 and the Samyang 8mm f/3.5 CS Fisheye which we'll cover in this test report. Samyang lenses are also marketed by several other companies like Vivitar (7mm f/3.5), Bower (8mm f/3.5), Opteka (6.5mm f/3.5), Walimex (8mm f/3.5) and probably a couple more. To date Samyang lenses don't feature any electronics so while you will be able to mount these lenses without an adapter you'll have to live without AF and a camera-controlled aperture. The Samyang 8mm f/3.5 is a dedicated full frame fisheye lens for APS-C DSLRs. You can also mount it to a full format (35mm) DSLR but the build-in lens hood will be visible in the image field in this case. Typical for fisheye lenses the field-of-view is immense - 180 degrees or to be precise: 167 degrees on Canon EOS APS-C DSLRs (1.6x crop rather than 1.5x) - so one of the obstacles of using such a lens is to avoid that your feet will be part of your scene.

Samyang Optics (Korea) is offering SLR lenses for many years but recently they've gained some higher visibility & popularity due to some quite exiting new products like the recently reviewed Samyang 85mm f/1.4 and the Samyang 8mm f/3.5 CS Fisheye which we'll cover in this test report. Samyang lenses are also marketed by several other companies like Vivitar (7mm f/3.5), Bower (8mm f/3.5), Opteka (6.5mm f/3.5), Walimex (8mm f/3.5) and probably a couple more. To date Samyang lenses don't feature any electronics so while you will be able to mount these lenses without an adapter you'll have to live without AF and a camera-controlled aperture. The Samyang 8mm f/3.5 is a dedicated full frame fisheye lens for APS-C DSLRs. You can also mount it to a full format (35mm) DSLR but the build-in lens hood will be visible in the image field in this case. Typical for fisheye lenses the field-of-view is immense - 180 degrees or to be precise: 167 degrees on Canon EOS APS-C DSLRs (1.6x crop rather than 1.5x) - so one of the obstacles of using such a lens is to avoid that your feet will be part of your scene.


Product Specification

Specifications
Equiv. focal length 13 mm (full format equivalent)
Equiv. aperture f/5.6 (full format equivalent, in terms of depth-of-field)
Optical construction 10 elements in 7 groups inc. 1x aspherical element
Number of aperture blades 6
min. focus distance 0.3 m (max. magnification ratio 1:7.4)
Dimensions 75 x 75 mm
Weight 435 g
Filter size 77 mm (non-rotating)
Hood petal-shaped, snap-on, supplied
Other features -
Specifications
Equiv. focal length 13 mm (full format equivalent)
Equiv. aperture f/5.6 (full format equivalent, in terms of depth-of-field)
Optical construction 10 elements in 7 groups inc. 1x aspherical element
Number of aperture blades 6
min. focus distance 0.3 m (max. magnification ratio 1:7.4)
Dimensions 75 x 75 mm
Weight 435 g
Filter size 77 mm (non-rotating)
Hood petal-shaped, snap-on, supplied
Other features -

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