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  • Ken Warner
    But there s nothing on http://samyang.pl/index.php/en/news Looks like a long version of the 7.5mm for M4/3. http://www.sonyalpharumors.com/ “Samyang 8mm
    Message 1 of 4 , Jun 11, 2012
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      But there's nothing on http://samyang.pl/index.php/en/news

      Looks like a long version of the 7.5mm for M4/3.

      http://www.sonyalpharumors.com/

      “Samyang 8mm 1:2.8 UMC Fish-eye is currently the smallest and the brightest Fish-eye lens compatible with compact cameras featuring APS-C sensor. It perfectly combines high optical value, impressive lens speed and exceptionally compact sizes.
      Its sophisticated optical construction relies on the system of 10 lenses arranged in 8 groups. They include, among others, one aspherical (AS) lens and two lenses made of extra low dispersion glass (ED). This provides perfect sharpness for the entire field of view and maximum aperture of f/2.8. Obviously all surfaces of the lenses were covered with multi-layered UMC anti-reflective coatings adding to the high contrast and splendid light transmission.
      Samyang 8mm 1:2.8 UMC Fish-eye will be marketed with Sony E (NEX) and Samsung NX mount. In both cases its maximum angle of view will amount to 180 degree, with the minimum focusing distance of 0.3 meters.
      Release date and the expected price will be separately announced on a later date.”
    • luca vascon
      Lens typefull frame diagonal fisheye (for APS-C) It s no cropped circular.... 2012/6/11 Ken Warner ... -- Luca Vascon. --
      Message 2 of 4 , Jun 11, 2012
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        Lens type full frame diagonal fisheye (for APS-C)

        It's no cropped circular....


        2012/6/11 Ken Warner <kwarner000@...>
        But there's nothing on http://samyang.pl/index.php/en/news

        Looks like a long version of the 7.5mm for M4/3.

        http://www.sonyalpharumors.com/

        “Samyang 8mm 1:2.8 UMC Fish-eye is currently the smallest and the brightest Fish-eye lens compatible with compact cameras featuring APS-C sensor. It perfectly combines high optical value, impressive lens speed and exceptionally compact sizes.
        Its sophisticated optical construction relies on the system of 10 lenses arranged in 8 groups. They include, among others, one aspherical (AS) lens and two lenses made of extra low dispersion glass (ED). This provides perfect sharpness for the entire field of view and maximum aperture of f/2.8. Obviously all surfaces of the lenses were covered with multi-layered UMC anti-reflective coatings adding to the high contrast and splendid light transmission.
        Samyang 8mm 1:2.8 UMC Fish-eye will be marketed with Sony E (NEX) and Samsung NX mount. In both cases its maximum angle of view will amount to 180 degree, with the minimum focusing distance of 0.3 meters.
        Release date and the expected price will be separately announced on a later date.”


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      • Ken Warner
        Yeah, cropped circular is too far out for the market. If Samyang wanted to make a really original lens, they would have user replaceable rear group that would
        Message 3 of 4 , Jun 11, 2012
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          Yeah, cropped circular is too far out for the market.

          If Samyang wanted to make a really original lens, they would have user replaceable rear group that would transform the fisheye into circular, cropped and fullframe. But that's too far out.

          luca vascon wrote:
          > Lens typefull frame diagonal fisheye (for APS-C)
          > It's no cropped circular....
          >
          >
          > 2012/6/11 Ken Warner <kwarner000@...>
          >
          >> But there's nothing on http://samyang.pl/index.php/en/news
          >>
          >> Looks like a long version of the 7.5mm for M4/3.
          >>
          >> http://www.sonyalpharumors.com/
          >>
          >> “Samyang 8mm 1:2.8 UMC Fish-eye is currently the smallest and the
          >> brightest Fish-eye lens compatible with compact cameras featuring APS-C
          >> sensor. It perfectly combines high optical value, impressive lens speed and
          >> exceptionally compact sizes.
          >> Its sophisticated optical construction relies on the system of 10 lenses
          >> arranged in 8 groups. They include, among others, one aspherical (AS) lens
          >> and two lenses made of extra low dispersion glass (ED). This provides
          >> perfect sharpness for the entire field of view and maximum aperture of
          >> f/2.8. Obviously all surfaces of the lenses were covered with multi-layered
          >> UMC anti-reflective coatings adding to the high contrast and splendid light
          >> transmission.
          >> Samyang 8mm 1:2.8 UMC Fish-eye will be marketed with Sony E (NEX) and
          >> Samsung NX mount. In both cases its maximum angle of view will amount to
          >> 180 degree, with the minimum focusing distance of 0.3 meters.
          >> Release date and the expected price will be separately announced on a
          >> later date.”
          >>
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        • luca vascon
          Well, said it is an 8mm diagonal apsc, it could be a stereographic projection fisheye. With all the advantages it brings up. 2012/6/12 Ken Warner
          Message 4 of 4 , Jun 11, 2012
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            Well, said it is an 8mm diagonal apsc, it could be a stereographic projection fisheye. With all the advantages it brings up.


            2012/6/12 Ken Warner <kwarner000@...>
            Yeah, cropped circular is too far out for the market.

            If Samyang wanted to make a really original lens, they would have user replaceable rear group that would transform the fisheye into circular, cropped and fullframe.  But that's too far out.

            luca vascon wrote:
            > Lens typefull frame diagonal fisheye (for APS-C)
            > It's no cropped circular....
            >
            >
            > 2012/6/11 Ken Warner <kwarner000@...>
            >
            >> But there's nothing on http://samyang.pl/index.php/en/news
            >>
            >> Looks like a long version of the 7.5mm for M4/3.
            >>
            >> http://www.sonyalpharumors.com/
            >>
            >> “Samyang 8mm 1:2.8 UMC Fish-eye is currently the smallest and the
            >> brightest Fish-eye lens compatible with compact cameras featuring APS-C
            >> sensor. It perfectly combines high optical value, impressive lens speed and
            >> exceptionally compact sizes.
            >> Its sophisticated optical construction relies on the system of 10 lenses
            >> arranged in 8 groups. They include, among others, one aspherical (AS) lens
            >> and two lenses made of extra low dispersion glass (ED). This provides
            >> perfect sharpness for the entire field of view and maximum aperture of
            >> f/2.8. Obviously all surfaces of the lenses were covered with multi-layered
            >> UMC anti-reflective coatings adding to the high contrast and splendid light
            >> transmission.
            >> Samyang 8mm 1:2.8 UMC Fish-eye will be marketed with Sony E (NEX) and
            >> Samsung NX mount. In both cases its maximum angle of view will amount to
            >> 180 degree, with the minimum focusing distance of 0.3 meters.
            >> Release date and the expected price will be separately announced on a
            >> later date.”
            >>
            >>
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