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    Default Re: Fish eye?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hosea View Post
    I find it especially useful for night street photography too... without any need for tripod.
    Hi Hosea just wanna clarify with ya, what do you mean without any need for tripod?

    By not using a tripod, it does not mean the FE ( apart from the wide angleness ) confers any properties that should make it a faster lens than any other lenses of the same apperture right ?

    Cheers
    Ryan

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    Default Re: Fish eye?

    well, its its "wide angleness" that makes it more handholdable for night photography..

    since the general rule of thumb is 1/focal length and fish eyes have very short focal lengths..

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    Quote Originally Posted by giantcanopy View Post
    Hi Hosea just wanna clarify with ya, what do you mean without any need for tripod?

    By not using a tripod, it does not mean the FE ( apart from the wide angleness ) confers any properties that should make it a faster lens than any other lenses of the same apperture right ?

    Cheers
    Ryan
    Hi giantcanopy, good to use a tripod for a proper nice landscape/cityscape shoot.
    Perhap the short focus length , f2.8 help when hand held.
    More info as below:-
    FE

    I took this pix while moving around at IS0 800, F6.7,1/6sec


    and this at ISO 800, F5.6, 1/6sec
    Last edited by Hosea; 8th July 2007 at 04:51 PM.

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