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Sigma 15mm f/2.8 EX DG Diagonal Fisheye Lens for Nikon SLR Cameras

4.4
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  • Digitally optimized diagonal fisheye auto-focus lens
  • Minimum shooting distance of 5.9 inches
  • Offers a 180-degree field of view
  • Supplied with a gelatin filter holder

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Customer Reviews

Great Fisheye if you cannot afford the Canon lens. Excellent lens. I was actually skeptical that a 15mm Fisheye lens could offer much more than my current 16-35 Canon L series lens. I have to say that I was really impressed. The fisheye aspect to the lens allows it to capture so much more of the scene (nearly 180 degrees). The 2.8 f-stop is a huge bonus, and I have been impressed with the colors this lens captures. I usually see a big difference between my canon lenses and Sigma lenses... (based on a comparison of the Sigma f2.8 70-200, and the Canon f2.8 70-200) but will say that this lens is a high quality build.I really dislike the fact that the lens cap/cover does not fasten to the lens... this has caused the top to come off in my camera case once while I was removing gear and nearly caused me to drop the lens once... sheesh. However, the photos captured with the lens wont allow me to take off a star for that. 5Great fisheye I use this lens all the time. I love a good fisheye. The lens cap is easy to fall off but that may just be my model. Images look sharp and the color comes out nice. Focus is fast. 5New persective on the world First of all, to the previous reviewer who called this a "rubbish lens," because it has "the most serious distortion I have ever come across,": did you really just pay hundreds of dollars for a fisheye lens without knowing what a fisheye lens is? Seriously? In case anyone else is confused, this lens is nothing like a normal lens. It provides a warped image which, when skillfully composed, can be quite unique and interesting (see the example images on the description page).The Sigma 15mm Fisheye lens is well-made and provides sharp images. It has an aperture ring which locks in the f/22 position for use on modern cameras which set the aperture electronically. The lens cover is a sleeve which slides over the build-in lens hood. Oddly, there is a removable lens cap on the front of this piece. I don't know why you would ever remove the cap and leave the sleeve on, as this results in serious vignetting.I enjoy this lens because of the new creative opportunities it provides. I love how you can get so much context around your subject, but beware, objects in the viewfinder are closer than they appear. It's easy for your pet or child to put his wet nose on your lens (which you can't protect with a filter). I recommend this lens for the photographer who has everything. You won't use it on every shot, but it offers a whole new perspective on the world. 5A really fun lens I've never used a fisheye lens before, and it was unnerving to read some reviews on how difficult it is to use, but I found it easy and a lot of fun. You just need to keep in mind, the closer your subject is, the more apparent the distortion is going to be. That's it. Also, the lens is really more appropriate for full frame sensors. It is fantastic on my 5D Mark II, however the crop on my 20D nearly eliminates all of the fisheye distortion.There is some chromatic aberration around the corners of images, but nothing that is unacceptable. The manual focus ring is very smooth and it locks up from end to end (i.e. the ring doesn't move past infinity). The mechanical noise from the automatic focus is a little loud compared to other lenses in my kit, and it has a hard time focusing in dim lighting, however in most cases with this lens I'll be focusing manually.Overall, a great lens for the price that's churning out a lot of interesting photos. 4Absolutely love this lens and it's a great addition to my ... Absolutely love this lens and it's a great addition to my kit. It's fast, quiet and sharp. I've always loved the Sigma brand and this lens is no different. Colors are on point and it really is so much fun to shoot with this perspective. 5Very sharp and fun lens. Exceeded my expectations. I wasn't sure how much I use something like this. Fisheye lenses are sort of a novelty type lens with limited use. However, I am using this lens more than I thought. In fact, for landscape use, I use this more than my other more normal lenses. Obviously, there are significant distortion. With this type of lens, you work with the distortion rather than trying to avoid it. It can create some very unique image. I have fun with this lens with landscape. By tilting it down a bit, I can make the horizon curb, which in turn look like curvature of the earth. (obviously, it isn't) That makes some interesting imagery with unique twist.Focusing is fairly quick but it really doesn't matter. Depth of focus is so big that focusing isn't critical. Sharpness is excellent. In center, the sharpness is superb. Around the edge, honestly, I don't know.... The world around us isn't flat. So whatever falls near the edge obviously aren't at the equal distance as the center. Because of large DOF, they are rendered reasonably sharp but it really didn't matter for the type of photography I practice. (so if you are reading other reviews about edge sharpness, consider how you are going to use this lens)I am using this with Nikon D800. With 36Mpix resolution, every flaw shows, but I haven't seen any. Recently, I took a photograph and printed it to 16x30" size. (obviously, top and bottom are cropped) At this size, it was wonderfully sharp. At this pace, I could have gone 32x60 and still have excellent sharpness.I can say this lens exceeded my expectations. 5but it turns out I'm able to incorporate these beautiful fisheye images from some of my regular sessions I've been wanting a fisheye lens to ad to my kit bag for about a year now. My biggest concern as getting one that would work on both a crop frame and a full frame, as I often use this lens at the beach with my back-up camera rather than my pro gear.I originally figured I'd use this mostly for personal photos and not so much for my professional life, but it turns out I'm able to incorporate these beautiful fisheye images from some of my regular sessions.The lens itself has a strange lens cap that I wasn't used to. I've owned and rented other Sigma lenses previously and none had this type of lens cover. So, just an FYI to be very gentle in how you take that off.Other than that, I've been thrilled with this lens. I can't say how it compares to the Canon version, as I've never tried that version. However, I think it's really quite sharp in well-lit conditions and even wide open. For my purposes, it fits the bill just fine. I didn't need the L series canon version. For the money this is just A+. I think Sigma really excels at this lens. 5i hate fisheye lenses so i'm not really a fan of fisheye lenses, in fact i had no desire whatsoever to purchase one, my wife on the other hand loved the look of fisheye she doesnt really shoot but she does love looking at pictures, so anyways our daughter's wedding was coming up and although they had a pro there, my wife still wanted me to bring a camera to shoot some guests and some decorations. I told her fine i'll take my micro 4/3 camera so i dont look like an uncle bob lol and besides i can take really good pics with that thing. But my wife insisted that i take my d700, well i told her since she loved the fisheye so much why dont you buy me that lens and i'll take some pictures with it, when i first put it on and started taking pictures around the house i was amazed at how wide this thing really went! It captured a good portion of the house. Now i was getting excited, i really looked forward to seeing what kind of images i could get at the wedding, well to make a long story short i ended up loving the lens and even at 2.8 it was really sharp. i guess i got a really good copy, it's not so great though on a crop sensor, that was my only complaint. 5but i really wanted something super wide and funky to use for personal stuff and ... wow. i have a mark 3, and 5 L glass series lenses. kind of a red ring snob. but i really wanted something super wide and funky to use for personal stuff and didn't want to spend L glass money for a play lens. took a chance on this lens. blown away. it's razor sharp, build quality is good and it is just fantastic. i can't believe the images i get from it and am so glad i took a chance on a 3rd party lens...although, it will probably be the only one :P 5Unique fun FX lens This is my first fisheye lens. The lens is fantastic extreme wide angles and gives each picture a unique bit of quirkiness. Unlike most Fisheye lenses this is a diagonal version. A diagonal lets you shoot and the finished photo takes up the entire image (Does NOT have a black circle around it). This lens does have autofocus however I didn't find a need to use it. I use a Nikon D750 and find the color reproduction with this lens fantastic. It's a fun addition to my bag (especially for children). 4
Sigma 15mm f/2.8 EX DG Diagonal Fisheye Lens for Nikon SLR Cameras

Sigma 15mm f/2.8 EX DG Diagonal Fisheye Lens for Nikon SLR Cameras

4.4
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€840,00
Sale price
€840,00
Regular price
€1.388,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€548,00)