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TTartisan 11 mm f/2.8 Fisheye (Mirrorless)

Manufacturer TTartisan
Model 11 mm f/2.8 Fisheye (Mirrorless)
Lens style Fisheye
Focal length 11 mm
Maximum aperture f/2.8
Angle of view 180 o
Closest focusing distance 0.17 m
Maximum magnification 0.13x
Minimum aperture 16
Number of diaphragm blades 7
Auto focus type MF
Lens Construction 11 elements / 7 groups
Filter diameter 0 mm
Macro No
Available mounts Leica M / VM-Mount
Sony E
Nikon Z
Canon R
Fujifilm GF
Sony FE
Dimensions 83 x 67 mm
Weight 600 g
Additional information Release date - 02.01.2020
4 high refractive index lenses, 1 ED glass lens
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  1. Akan
    Akan 17 November 2021, 23:40
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    IP 52.129.x.x
    Owner since: 6 months
    Price: 199
    User profile: Amateur

    Cons: The lens is fully manual with no electrical communication with camera. Click-less aperture ring is not for everyone. There is no filter option. It has a lot of distortion. The extreme wide angle means the front element is protruding and vulnerable, but non-removable hood and high quality lens cap provide protection.

    Pros: It is a very well made lens of metal and glass that hearkens back to quality lenses from the film era. All the lettering is engraved and paint filled, and the focus and aperture rings are well dampened. With care the lens will outlive a few cameras. The image quality is very good. There is almost no vailing flare. Ghosting can be an issue, but can be avoided with a little moving around. It is sharp enough to use all the pixels of my 24MP Sony A7ii. Images have good contrast and saturation. Distortion is a feature.

    Summary: I really enjoy this lens. On a sunny day I set the focus at infinity and the aperture around 8 and concentrate on composition. Because the lens is quite sharp, focusing is necessary for large apertures and close subjects. Speaking of composition there is always more in the frame than I expect. I find being able to say \"I meant to do that\" with a straight face usually takes care of any surprises.

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