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Of course, we have to accept that this is a manual focus lens, which will not be to everyone's taste, but if we are prepared to live with that then we end up with a very desirable lens. It is sharp, albeit not at the edges until f/2, in the centre outstandingly sharp, there is no trace of flare, CA is well under control and the price very reasonable for what we are getting. We can add to that the creative possibilities for stills and movies of that f/0.95 aperture and it makes a good case for giving the Meike 25mm f/0.95 serious consideration.
Pour Nikon il est mentionné DSLR APS-C/FF, ça me paraît plus logique que la monture One, parce qu'avec le facteur 2,7 et une MAP manuelle sans focus peaking, je vous souhaite bien du plaisir.
C'est certainement une coquille : le 8 mm f/3,5 fish-eye est conçu pour des boîtiers à tirage court, pas des reflex. Donc Nikon One, mise au point manuelle et exposition au doigt mouillé.
The Meike 12mm f/2.8 has two great weaknesses, that is, very poor flare resistance and poor sharpness on flat subjects. Take it out into the 3D world though and it is possible to find subjects that allow it to shine. In terms of handling, it is not easy to focus on close subjects, although at a longer range a snapshot setting can be used that will be covered by depth of field. This could be perfect for general street photography.For those who can accept that there is practice needed to master the best of the lens, the modest price tag could well make it worthwhile.
On dirait sur les images d'Amazon du 8mm f3.5 à 199,99 euros que le modèle pour mirrorless (Fuji, Sony, Micro 4/3) est plus long que celui pour reflex Canon ou Nikon. (...)[/url]
The circular fisheye lens is a fairly specialised tool, the frame filling designs being much more prevalent and arguably more generally useful. However, who could argue with that f/2 aperture, with the quality of the results, with the excellent price, with the solid construction? The only difficulty is that judging manual focus is well nigh impossible, but the huge depth of field can cover most situations very well.If we want to delve into the fisheye world at a reasonable cost and no compromise on quality, then this could well be a very strong contender.
Meike annonce un 85mm f2.8 pour la macro et le portrait pour full frame et APSC disponible en montures Canon EF, Sony E, Nikon F, Fuji Fx et M43.