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Sigma 10mm f/2.8 DC HSM Fisheye for Canon

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For crop sensor cameras the Sigma 10mm f/2.8 EX DC HSM Fisheye for Canon provides the classic fisheye look with a 167° angle of view with exaggerated perspective and fisheye distortion.

The Sigma can focus as close as 5 inches, providing some interesting close-up effects, especially given its huge depth of field. It allows full time manual focus but autofocuses quickly and accurately.

Only Works With: Canon crop sensor cameras (EOS T4i, 7D, 60D etc…)

Please note: Screw on filters will not fit on this lens due to the curvature of the lens.

Roger Cicala

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Roger Cicala

President of LensRentals.com

This is a diagonal fisheye: it fills the entire rectangular frame of your photograph with a fisheye image that is almost 180° measured corner-to-corner. It’s about the equivalent of a classic 15mm fisheye on a full frame camera.

It’s very sharp and has the unusual ability to focus a few inches in front of the glass, meaning you can shoot a fisheye macro basically. I can’t for the life of me figure out why you would want to do that, but now you can.

We get asked a lot (and even worse, not asked by people who don’t know) what the different focal length fisheyes look like on different cameras. Here’s the short summary:

  • 4.5mm – is a circular image in the center of your picture on a crop frame camera. A very, very small circle on a full frame.
  • 8mm – is a circular image in the center of your picture on a full frame camera. Nearly, but not completely fills a crop frame.
  • 10mm – is the classic, corner-to-corner fisheye look on a crop frame camera. Doesn’t fill a full frame image.
  • 15mm – is the classic, corner-to-corner fisheye look on a full frame camera. Slightly fisheye look on a crop frame.

The image below should give you an idea of what you get with each type of camera.

Filter Size
NA (rear gel)
Aperture
f2.8-22
Length
3.3”
Diameter
3”
Weight
0.75 lb.
Hood
built-in
Minimum Focusing Distance
0.4 feet
Maximum Magnification
.30x
Angle of view: (crop frame)
167 degrees
Zoom method
None
Image Stabilization
None
Focusing System
Internal, A/MF switch, Hypersonic motor, full-time manual
Aperture Blades
7 curved
Groups/Elements
7/12
Low Dispersion Elements
0
Aspherical Elements
0
Weather Resistant
No
System
Canon EF
Compatibility
Crop
Autofocus
Yes

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