• Crystal

    Please – more details on Fisheye lenses and how they fit your camera. I have a Sony A100 but the fisheye lens they offer is way too expensive for me right now. But searching for a less expensive one is VERY confusing. I thought all my lenses had to be 55mm to fit and the Sony lens is 16mm. I don’t even know where to begin.

    May 09, 2008
  • Hi Neil,
    I read your last two posts at DPS (will have to check out the first one) and I have to say I LOVE your fisheye photos! Not only am I saving for a DSLR, thanks to your awesome fisheye pics, I’m now saving for a fisheye lens :)
    I also found your photography projects article very timely considering I’m running my first one. Even though I don’t expect a huge response, as it is quite a specific to a certain vintage camera, your article was very helpful nonetheless.

    May 09, 2008
  • Crystal: My fisheye lens is a Sigma built lens, with a Canon EOS mount. As Sony is relatively new on the scene with their DSLR, I don’t think it will be easy to find many third party lenses available for it, especially “specialist” ones like a fisheye. The fisheye lens designed for the A100 may be your only option for that camera for the time being. Does anyone else have any suggestions?

    Anthea: Thank you so much for your kind words. I’m thrilled that you’re enjoying my writing on DPS. I hope it won’t be too financially painful for you to add a fisheye lens to your wishlist. I’m glad you found my Projects post timely. I wish you the very best of luck with your first project!

    May 09, 2008
  • Oh, and an afterthought, if you decide to purchase your fisheye through Amazon, it would be wonderful if you couple possible do so via my my referral link. I get a small commission on sales I send to Amazon via my link, so that would be a nice way to give my blog a little extra help, if you would like *grin*.

    May 10, 2008

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