I had never used a fisheye lens before, and it was neat, but probably not the best choice for this particular wedding. The venue wasn't very large, nor was it particularly visually appealing, so the effect that I was hoping for wasn't an option. I'll probably try it again someday, but definitely not hurting my overall style not to have it. Also, the lenscap is annoying -- it doesn't really stay attached, and somehow throughout the course of the day I lost it. And it's $36. Which isn't the worst thing ever, bu I tend to take care of my equipment (especially loaners!) really, really carefully, and that was frustrating to me.
Nikon 16mm f/2.8D AF Fisheye
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Note: Auto-focus is not supported by D40, D60, D3000, D3100, D5100, and D5000 cameras.
This Item Normally Includes: Front cap and rear cap.
Awesome glass! This lens will be the next to make my bag. I used this to shoot The Reno-Tahoe Odyssey Relay (178 mile relay race). It was great in getting those unique shots to seperate you from the other photogs. Sharp, quick, clean! Rent it and you will be buying one! Did I say I liked it???? Ha Ha...
I rented this lens for an outing to Joshua Tree National Park. I've always wanted to try a fisheye lens out and this was the perfect lens and shooting with it at a place like Joshua Tree was awesome. It's a very fast lens and loved the shots and the unique compositions that I was able to create with it. I will definitely want to purchase this one day for my kit.