42884Re: [PanoToolsNG] Fisheye on a G11
- Jul 8, 2010On 7 Jul 2010 at 17:48, L.D.I. Felipe B. González wrote:
> I have a Raynox DCRCF 180 fisheye converter, which I no longer use. I canJust for the record - there is no such named lens in the Raynox catalog afaik.
> sell it to anyone interested. It is a fun converter to use, but needs
> chromatic aberration correction.
It may be the DCR-FE180PRO, which is a fullframe fisheye, or a misspelled DCR-CF185PRO,
which is a 185 degree circular fisheye?
As these lenses are not "alone", I believe their appearent quality is highly dependent on
the lens behind them. The quality of the Olympus lenses on my C's are first class :)
> Greetings from the subtropical regions of Mexico--
> 2010/7/7 Bjørn K Nilssen <bk@...>
> > On 5 Jul 2010 at 8:39, Ken Warner wrote:
> > > For a fisheye converter lens use one of: Nikon fc-e8, Nikon fc-e9 or
> > IPIX/Soligor.
> > Don't forget to check out Raynox DCR-CF185PRO. A great lens on Olympus
> > C5060/7070
> > cameras, and it probably works on G11 as well. Sharp lens, but heavy, big
> > and relatively
> > expensive. I use it all the time rather than my DSLR.
> > > You can read about them on the FishList --
> > >
> > > http://panopticus.altervista.org/fishlist/adapters.htm
> > >
> > > Could you let me know how you would attach a fisheye to a g11?
> > >
> > > Mike wrote:
> > > > Just bought a Canon G11 after having a G7 for years.(Not sure if I
> > shoulda bought a
> > > G10)
> > > >
> > > > Can anyone recommend a good fisheye? Theres lots of cheap (and nasty?)
> > on ebay, but
> > > wondered what you guys use. Its only for fun so dont have to be real pro
> > standard stuff,
> > > but I dont want a real crappy on neither.
> > > > Thanks All
> > > > Mike
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