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    Default Fisheye Adapter

    Hi guys,
    does anyone knows where we can get fisheye adapter that screws onto the filter thread?
    Cheers!

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    Default Re: Fisheye Adapter

    like this ?

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    Hi I was looking around for FE adapters that do actually work. I came across a similar product at www.opteka.com. The one in the photo is under the video camera adapter section but i'm sure it'll work as long as the thread size is right. It's really big and heavy.. and not to mention, costly too but for the build and quality, it's worth the money!

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    the really good ones for video imaging will be really expensive, and i think schneider optics make some really expensive ones. not sure if the filter sizes will fit.

    but . in any case, might as well get a fe lens lor. apart from fisheye zoom lenses, there are some manual focusing ones in market as well.

    ryan

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    Default Re: Fisheye Adapter

    well if u wanna play with FE lens, u can diy a door viewer to play with ...

    i did mine and the result is below



    the door viewer is those cheapo $3.30 one thus wasnt clear on the glass ... but i'll zhng it again to make it better ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zackt87 View Post
    well if u wanna play with FE lens, u can diy a door viewer to play with ...

    i did mine and the result is below



    the door viewer is those cheapo $3.30 one thus wasnt clear on the glass ... but i'll zhng it again to make it better ...
    Can PM me on how to do this?
    I thought that FE adapter will be much a cheaper choice compared to the FE lens when on a tight budget.

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    http://cow.mooh.org/2010/04/fisheye-tin-cam.html

    sharing is caring ... but i did my own modification ... i'll pm u how i did it my way ...
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    Thanks for sharing!
    Still wondering whats the best way to do it.

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