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Jul 07, 2010 22:15 |  #154

Different perspective on the western brook pond! I like it. Did you get any snaps while inside the brook? I really wanted to do the 3 day hike to the famous view.


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Jul 08, 2010 10:48 |  #155

I'm trying to decide whether to get the Sigma 10mm or 8mm fisheye.
I have a Canon 7D, anyone have any ideas as to which lens is better suited to the 7D?




  
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Jul 08, 2010 11:22 |  #156

10mm. Because it's made for APS-C sensors, which the 7D has. The 8mm is a circular fisheye for full frame.


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Jul 08, 2010 11:49 |  #157

X-Warrior wrote in post #10499255 (external link)
10mm. Because it's made for APS-C sensors, which the 7D has. The 8mm is a circular fisheye for full frame.

After doing some more research I'm thinking the same! Although I like the black in the corners created from the 8mm fisheye, the 10mm was built for APS-C sensors....It's also a fair bit cheaper :)




  
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Jul 09, 2010 10:31 |  #158

SLMorris wrote in post #10499462 (external link)
After doing some more research I'm thinking the same! Although I like the black in the corners created from the 8mm fisheye, the 10mm was built for APS-C sensors....It's also a fair bit cheaper :)

Both were designed for crop cameras. The only difference is the black in the corners. If you like the black go for the 8mm.


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Jul 09, 2010 10:33 |  #159

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Different perspective on the western brook pond! I like it. Did you get any snaps while inside the brook? I really wanted to do the 3 day hike to the famous view.

Thanks! no we didn't do the boat tour we just hiked down to the dock. I would have loved to do the 3 day hike too. Awesome place.


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Jul 09, 2010 16:08 |  #160

Nick_b wrote in post #10505613 (external link)
Both were designed for crop cameras. The only difference is the black in the corners. If you like the black go for the 8mm.

If the 8mm was designed for crop cameras it wouldn't give you black corners. It was designed to give a full 180-degree circle within the 35mm frame. It just happens that it ALMOST fills the APS-C frame like a so-called rectangular fisheye, which is designed so that the frame fits within the image circle.


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Jul 10, 2010 18:41 |  #161

Madweasel wrote in post #10507429 (external link)
If the 8mm was designed for crop cameras it wouldn't give you black corners. It was designed to give a full 180-degree circle within the 35mm frame. It just happens that it ALMOST fills the APS-C frame like a so-called rectangular fisheye, which is designed so that the frame fits within the image circle.


You're right my bad. I was thinking of the 4.5mm circular they have designed for crop cameras.


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Jul 11, 2010 09:37 |  #162

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You're right my bad. I was thinking of the 4.5mm circular they have designed for crop cameras.

No worries. That 4.5mm is pretty-well unique (the Sunex 5.6mm is a bit different and not widely available), and I'm still trying to decide if I want one. They're a bit limited, but can give a unique shot. It's especially useful for whole-sky shots, looking straight up.


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Jul 22, 2010 13:47 |  #163

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I shot a friend at the local botanical gardens...at the end of the session I pulled out the fisheye and thought the shots would come out weird, but since all important shots were done, I tried it out, and guess what...I liked them! If you don't get too close to the subject, the center of the frame doesn't distort too much...;)

These were taken at f/8, and I used the 430EX on ETTL on the off-camera-shoe cord, lifted above my head, to the left...

Beautiful pics. Did you crop or use any distortion correction?


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Jul 28, 2010 11:07 |  #164

Hi to all Sigma users. I want to buy Sigma 10mm fisheye but is all Simgas 10mm fisheye with HSM?
And is it a FF lens?


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Jul 28, 2010 12:31 |  #165

There's only one model as far as I'm aware, and it's with HSM.

It is not a full frame lens. Made for crop.


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