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Hi guys! I have a gently used Canon EF 8-15 F/4 fisheye lens for sale. This lens has been amazing on all fronts with pretty sharp corners. Great for shark photography and other large pelagics, reefscapes, swim throughs etc. Beautiful results! The lens is in spectacular shape and comes with its original lens shade and cover. I am asking for 800 USD - buyer pays shipping. Here is a link to check out photos: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1nCdRdkqaNDQxGHD8v-js3FSZPY6JMZJi
For Sale Canon EF8-15 F4.0L Fisheye Approximately 2 years old. Used about 3 trips. I have bought ef11-24, thus I have no use for this lens. The item is very well kept. Never flooded. No scratched. No fungus. Mint condition. Offer me something reasonable. Buyer pay for postage. I will accept PayPal or Bank transfer. You can contact me for more information at email@example.com
Hi there, I'm kind of interested in using this 4" Zen dome for the Canon 8-15 fisheye. However, the dome seems small. I wonder if it's possible to add a zoom gear to provide zoom functionality to the lens? Cheers, Kann
Hello everybody who reads this. I have Canon 5D MkII and S&S housing. Up to now I have been mainly shooting Sigma 15mm fisheye and 17-40 with the 230 acrylic dome. The 17-40 gets sharper at f10, but still has the stretching/smearing in the corners. Now the dome started leaking and needs replacement. I have NOT been happy with the acrylic as well. It almost always gives either reflections or haziness shooting into light. It gets worse with time and after cleaning, acrylic scratches and then works as a "soft focus" filter. I think of buying a glass dome. My rig is already heavi with lights and strobes.The 9" 5lb glass dome will make it a step close to a submarine and will not help travelling either..... Now I discovered that a wide angle zoom can be a fisheye through a combination of fisheye zoom + converter. It seems that the latter may not need a huge dome to perform well. My question: can anyone share experience or maybe photos comparing a 17-40 (16-35) or other wide angle zoom (Nikon...) in a 8" or 9" dome vs. fisheye zooms like 8-15 Canon or Tokina 10-17 with x 1.4 (x2?) converter in a smaller dome 7". Or any experiences related to this choice: wide rectilinear zoom vs. fisheye zoom with converter. Another question: which converter will work with Tokina? Maybe someone is already using this combination and figured out what zoom gear (S&S housing for full frame) can work on either fisheye zoom on a converter. Many thanks to anyone who can share experiences, Vlad