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Samyang V-DSLR 8mm T/3.8 UMC Fish-Eye CS II Lens for Canon - £89.74 @ Amazon Italy
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Samyang V-DSLR 8mm T/3.8 UMC Fish-Eye CS II Lens for Canon - £89.74 @ Amazon Italy

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Thanks to its smooth, de-clicked aperture and ideal focal length, the Samyang 8mm T/3.8 Fisheye Lens is a great lens for shooting video with your DSLR camera. It is designed to shoot with APS-C image sensors, for which it provides full frame coverage, creating an expanded perspective that covers the entire frame. For DSLR's with a full frame sensor, this lens will produce pictures with a semi-circular image and close-ups will appear proportionately large for a dramatic effect. Its de-clicked aperture range runs from T/3.8 to T/22, providing a smooth, silent, jump-free transition when shooting video and its multi-layered, anti-reflective UMC coated lenses allow for clean light transmission and razor sharp images. Toothed focusing, aperture rings and bright white numbering make controlling your image all the easier.
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Surely that's a pricing error?
londonlife97827/01/2020 13:21

Surely that's a pricing error?


Don't think so as it has been reduced down to £115. 25 @ Amazon UK
What exactly justifies the retail price though? As I use a 7artisans 7.5mm F2.8 which also has completely smooth focus and aperture rings and it’s absolutely tiny at around £100 . Genuine question.
How can you buy it for this price? Xx
Thanks OP.

Came in at €103.16 = £87.07 for me (including standard delivery).
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koparanov27/01/2020 13:30

What exactly justifies the retail price though? As I use a 7artisans 7.5mm …What exactly justifies the retail price though? As I use a 7artisans 7.5mm F2.8 which also has completely smooth focus and aperture rings and it’s absolutely tiny at around £100 . Genuine question.


Is there any fisheye lens under £500 that one wouldn’t throw off a cliff in disgust at the chromatic aberrations?
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