Lenses -> Panasonic 8mm F3.5 LUMIX G Fisheye Micro Four Thirds Lens
The Panasonic 8mm f3.5 Lumix G Fisheye Micro Four Thirds Lens offers a diagonal angle of view of 180-degrees, creating a distinctive perspective and unique distortion effect. This unusual "fish-eye" effect can be exaggerated still further thanks to the lens' close focusing distance of just 10cm. A sheet filter such as a gelatin filter can be inserted in the rear of the unit for even greater creative options. The Panasonic 8mm lens compromises 10 lenses in 9 groups including an ED lens to minimise chromatic aberration and distortion, while 7 blades give the aperture a rounded shape that produces an attractively smooth effect in out-of-focus areas when shooting at larger aperture settings. The Panasonic 8mm f3.5 Lumix G Fisheye lens also features a highly reliable metal mount and a stepping motor that makes the focusing action smooth and silent for use in both photo and movie recording.
|Specification / Feature||Value||Scores *||Rank **|
|Number of Lens Elements||10|
|Number of Lens Groups||9|
|Optical Zoom ||1.00||0.00||75|
|Max Aperture Wide ||3.5||73.40||23|
|Max Aperture ||3.5||73.40||23|
|Max Aperture Tele ||3.5||38.80||23|
|Focal Length Wide ||8 (or 16 in full frame equiv.)||79.61||12|
|Focal Length Tele ||8 (or 16 in full frame equiv.)||20.39||86|
|Min Aperture ||22|
|Magnification Ratio ||0.2x||3.03||27|
|Min Focus Distance ||0.1m||98.71||6|
|Aperture Blades ||7||19.35||9|
|Sensor Format ||Micro Four Thirds|
|1st/3rd Party ||1st party|
|Lens Type ||Fisheye|
|Image Stabilisation ||No|
|Video Lens ||No|
|Tilt Shift ||No|
|Weather Resistant ||No|
|Size (DxL) ||0mm|
|Lens Mount ||Micro Four Thirds|
|UK Price ||£599.00 at Wex Photo Video (affiliate link)||44.92||201|
* - Scores are calculated by comparing numerical specifications with other cameras. The highest ranking camera for a specification acheives a score of 100. The lowest ranking camera is scored as 0 and all the other cameras are scored in between 0 and 100 according to their merit.
** - Rank is calculated by ordering the scores for all cameras in descending order. The best scoring camera for a particular feature / specification will have a rank of 1.
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