How to use diana fisheye lens on nikond90 after buying the adaptor


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anyone uses the diana f+ fishyeye lens on d90?? can help??
 

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jeff7id

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Did you mean this Diana lens ?

 

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yesyes, i tried with the manual on d90 but no effect.:(
need some help.
as in i tried taking pictures but theres no fisheye effect:/
 

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What do you mean no fish eye effect with the fish eye lens ?
Could you post the picture here ? :think:
 

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It's just look like a normal picture,w/0 those fisheye effect I took with the original film camera.now I using with d90
 

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It's just look like a normal picture,w/0 those fisheye effect I took with the original film camera.now I using with d90
could be because of the crop factor.
D90 only captures the central part of the image when compared with a 35mm film camera. The corners are where the fisheye effect is most pronounced.
 

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anyone uses the diana f+ fishyeye lens on d90?? can help??
yesyes, i tried with the manual on d90 but no effect.:(
need some help.
as in i tried taking pictures but theres no fisheye effect:/
this is design to be use on a medium format camera, you use on a APS-C DSLR has not fisheye effect.

taken from http://microsites.lomography.com/diana/products/slr
Lomography DianaF+ 20mm Fisheye Lens used on 35mm cameras has the effect of a 38mm Wide Angle Lens. On an APS-C sensor it’s equivalent to a 60mm lens.
 

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Hey, thanks Lot:)
 

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Alternatively you may consider the Samyang 8mm f/3.5 fisheye, a lens from Korea, which was designed for APS-C.

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