It can work. Depends on the lens and the camera attached to.
I had a similar fisheye attachment lens on my Fuji e900. Wasn't
a great image. Soft and a fair amount of roll off at the edges.
But I could get a half way reasonable result if I worked at post
processing long enough.
6 + Z + N with a Soligor/IPIX fisheye.
> --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Ken Warner <kwarner000@...> wrote:
>> I just sold my little Fuji compact last week. Today I got a ridiculously
>> good price on an fc-e8. I just put in a stupid low bid that I knew wouldn't
>> win the fisheye -- wait for it -- I won it!
>> Anybody have a cheap LX3 for sale -- I mean CHEAP?
> I didn't realize that it was practical for the FC-E8 to attach to anything other than the original Nikon Coolpix line! I own two of those fisheyes myself -- one I bought at full price, and the other I got as part of a 'combo' CP4500 package that a guy was selling on eBay years ago. I have stopped using it for panos, but it is still a great fisheye lens for making 'full-sky' (cloud) movies at 720p or 1080p.