Discussion in 'Photography Equipment & Products' started by Mike_E, May 26, 2010.
Which camera is it attached to?
Is that a sweet fisheye or what? 6 mm, 220°, f/2.8? or f/2.0
I don't think there are very many of them left.
I don't know which camera for sure, but it's a film camera.
You could take pictures that have your feet and your ears in them. :thumbup:
A NIKON??? :mrgreen:
Of course that's just a guess.
An yes KmH, that is one very sweet lens. Wish I could stick it on one of my Canon's. That could be a world of fun all on it's own.
Looks like I'd be a pain to keep clean and not get scratched or dinged..
Of Course it's a Nikon, but which one?
I think that I could be bothered to keep a 6mm fisheye clean. At least have it done! :lmao::lmao:
Dust, finger prints, dings, scratches, and other crud on the front element of a lens pretty much won't show up in a photograph. But it pays to be diligent and careful.
LensRentals.com - Front Element Scratches
Its ultra ultra rare. Greys of Westminster in London have one. Its a truly cool lens. Check out there website has a few pictures on there.
The camera it is attached to is a Nikon N8008 (aka 801 in Europe). That body had the very wide panel seen at the front edge of the top of the pentaprism housing.
Thanks for the link! :thumbdown:
Nice looking web site. I looked around but didn't see anything about ultra rare, fisheye lenses.
Grays of Westminster - Secondhand Nikon Room
Look left by about 70 degrees!
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