Rokinon 8mm f/3.5 Fisheye lens review. You need this lens!

My review and thoughts on one of the most fun lenses you can have in your bag! I’ll explain why I use this particular focal length and show you some sample images that I have taken over the years. The Rokinon 8mm f3.5 fisheye is an inexpensive addition to your lens collection that will not disappoint.
~Bill

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Comments

Sarah Declet says:

I’ve never considered buying a fisheye, but having watched this, now I want one to have fun with!

Nicholas Barese says:

I just picked up my 1st fisheye, Sigma 15mm 2.8. Hope to get it some use soon

LEONARDO PEÑA says:

hello I have a question, this lens is for the nikon d810? it work perfectly?

ईपिएस कोरिया कामदार says:

Wish it has some cool fish eye distortions

Tara Knapp says:

Thanks for the review. I have had the full frame version on my wishlist for quite a while. It looks like a really fun lens.

Sunny Moon says:

I have this lens and love it, but want a full frame version for landscape/astro photography. Did you test out the 12 mm or the 14mm Rokinon fisheye? Also, my version of the 8mm is very sharp and almost a no-brainer to use. Was the full frame as sharp?

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