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Wydz
#1 Aug 31 2016 01:56am
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is the rokinon 8mm the best you could get for a nikon without spending $500+?
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#2 Sep 6 2016 11:34am
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just get a fisheye addon or use post production filter

save a few hundred, its not a full 180 but its good enough.

unless u wanna buy it for video aesthetic.

i use to have a nikkor fisheye 2.8 , not worth it

Wydz
#3 Sep 7 2016 02:34am
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Quote (CAPSULE @ Sep 6 2016 10:34am)
just get a fisheye addon or use post production filter

save a few hundred, its not a full 180 but its good enough.

unless u wanna buy it for video aesthetic.

i use to have a nikkor fisheye 2.8 , not worth it


im budgeting for either a fisheye or a gopro lol
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#4 Sep 8 2016 12:49pm
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Quote (Wydz @ Sep 7 2016 04:34am)
im budgeting for either a fisheye or a gopro lol


take the gopro
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a Fisheye lense attachment isn't that useful in photography. The gopro would be much more useful. I dont think it uses as much of a fish eye as a 8mm small format lense.

But i guess it depends what you are trying to do.
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go pro
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