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Rokinon FE75MFT-S 7.5mm F3.5 UMC Fisheye Lens for Micro Four Thirds (Olympus PEN and Panasonic)


Rokinon FE75MFT-S 7.5mm F3.5 UMC Fisheye Lens for Micro Four Thirds (Olympus PEN and Panasonic)


The NEW ROKINON 7.5mm Ultra Wide Angle Fisheye Lens is the most affordable Fisheye Lens in the market for Micro Four Thirds cameras. It features an extremely wide field of view, it is small and compact, and its build quality and optical construction are superb. The Rokinon 7.5mm Fisheye lens was ergonomically designed by Rokinon for a balanced and comfortable fit on Micro Four Thirds cameras. The lens exhibits exceptional sharpness and color rendition and is a perfect addition to your Micro Four Thirds lens assortment.

  • 180 degrees angle of view
  • 9 elements in 7 groups
  • Aperture range F3.5-22
  • Minimum focusing distance of 0.295ft
  • Approximately 1.9 inches long

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What customers say about Rokinon FE75MFT-S 7.5mm F3.5 UMC Fisheye Lens for Micro Four Thirds (Olympus PEN and Panasonic)?

  1. 26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Fun Lens, Great Image Quality, December 3, 2011
    By 
    Mark Druziak (western ny) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    If you have always wanted a fisheye lens for your m 4/3 camera but didn’t want to spend the big bucks for the Panasonic 8mm, this could be the lens for you.

    Don’t let the lack of auto focus and automatic aperture control prevent you from buying this lens. It’s pretty easy to use. You must use the lens in either manual or aperture priority mode and focus is very forgiving because of the large depth of field. Automatic and Program modes will not work with this lens. If you want to check focus, you can very easily use the zoom display function and then set the focus. To use this lens, you must set your camera to “Shoot Without Lens” before using this lens because there is no electrical connections between the camera and the lens and the camera will not know that it is attached. To set the f-stop, you use a aperture ring on the lens, just like in the days before fully automatic SLRs. I normally shoot in manual or aperture priority mode, and I really like having the aperture control on the lens instead of using a control on the camera body.

    The size of this lens is perfect for the micro 4/3 system. It’s not too big and it’s not too small.

    The lens is sharp even wide open and the build quality is excellent. Yes it produces a distorted image..its a fisheye, but distortions are corrected in Photoshop or Lightroom and it does not produce a black frame around the image like other fisheyes.

    The Rokinon 7.5mm is great for video and HDR photos.

    I did a side by side test with a friends Panasonic 8mm and the image quality is pretty similar. But I have to admit, the Panasonic is easier to use because of the auto focus.

    This isn’t the kind of lens you will use every day so the significantly lower cost than the Panasonic 8mm is much appreciated. No regrets on this purchase.

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  2. 19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Wow! Amazing image quality!, February 17, 2012
    By 
    Ken Walsh (Tucson, AZ) –
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    Wow, this really is an amazingly good fisheye lens. At the price it is even more incredible.

    First, the image quality: At F/5.6 it is razor sharp all the way into the extreme corners, at F/3.5 (wide open) it is razor sharp across almost the entire frame and is showing just the tiniest bit of softness (only visible at 200% really) in the extreme corners. I have to say, when I opened my test shots in Lightroom my jaw just about dropped, I really did not expect performance this good. There is a bit of red/cyan lateral chromatic aberration. This was easily handled in Lightroom with the CA slider and any modern image editor should have a similar control.

    Second, the build: It is a well constructed lens. Most of the body is high quality plastic. The mount and base of lens is metal (the silver part of the black lens) as is the red ring. The rest of the lens body is plastic. The lens cap is an effective latching design that holds itself by the hood petals. This is nicer than a friction fit design, but it does require orienting the lens cap when attaching. It is a surprisingly small lens. Check online reviews to get a feel for the relative size. The focus ring is nicely damped. The aperture ring has a good feel and distinct clicks. It is a very small lens, so it does require some care to not bump one ring while adjusting the other.

    Third, the price: Fisheyes twice this price and twice the size often don’t perform as well as this lens. Samyang/Rokinon has been making some impressive and reasonably priced lenses recently and this one should be near the top for value and performance.

    Finally, some hopefully helpful details and clarifications.

    This is an equal area projection fisheye lens, like most every fisheye on the market. Samyang does make a 8mm APS-C fisheye which is unusual in that it uses a stereographic projection. There was some confusion on the web as to the projection of this new 7.5mm when it came out, but I’ve tested and measured it and it is a equal area projection. Check the Wikipedia article on “Fisheye lens” for details on the different kinds of fisheye projections (mappings).

    This is an entirely manual lens, manual aperture and manual focus. There are a number of such lenses appearing for the micro-four-thirds cameras, but if you are not familiar with using such a lens do your homework! Essentially you will control the aperture with a ring on the lens and you will always have to manual focus. On many cameras you’ll have to enable a setting somewhere like “shoot without lens” to let the camera know you are using a lens that has no electrical connection to the camera. For a fisheye this is not a big deal, you rarely focus the lens as the depth of field is so large. Manual focus is also quite easy on most micro-four-thirds cameras as you can zoom in liveview to check focus.

    At the risk of stating the obvious – this is a 180 degree fisheye lens which makes it a “specialty” lens. You might find it odd to use and the novelty may wear off over time. However, there is another way to use this lens. Using software (both free and for purchase) you can “de-fish” the lens by applying a transform to the images you take with it. You can make it look like a 7.5mm recti-linear lens. As this lens is very sharp it actually works really well. You can find many examples of people doing this on the web. One issue, it becomes a bit hard to compose when doing this – a lot of what you see in the viewfinder will be clipped once you “de-fish” the image in post processing.

    Bottom line, if you’ve ever wanted a fisheye lens and you own a micro-four-thirds camera this is the lens to get!

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  3. 9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Heads above the 8mm version! Cheap quality substitute for the Panasonic., February 11, 2012
    By 
    Tram Truong “cuegeee” (Sacramento) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Rokinon FE75MFT-S 7.5mm F3.5 UMC Fisheye Lens for Micro Four Thirds (Olympus PEN and Panasonic) (Electronics)

    I like it. A lot!

    It allows me to have a small micro fisheye for my bag without breaking the bank. This isnt a lens one would use often so for this price I can justify only using it 10-15% of the time.

    Colors are great, wide open, center is sharper but at f5.6-f8, this lens is great.

    Focus at infinity & you are set.
    Minimum focus is ridiculously close!

    Only con I can think of is the lens cap is minimal & the inability to add a filter.

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